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Hinton Nordic Skiers

Hinton Nordic Center has large day lodge and 35 km of groomed trails for expert and novice skiers. The Hinton Nordic Centre is located only 20 minutes north from the Town of Hinton in William Switzer Provincial Park.
Nordic Centre Nordic Centre lodge

William Switzer Provincial Park

William Switzer Provincial Park is located 25 km northwest of Hinton on Highway 40 in a beautiful foothills setting. The park offers several summer and winter activities, such as fishing, swimming, skiing, wild life watching, and more.


Mountain Country Outfitters

Hinton Alberta's, Premier Guided Fishing Service as Featured on "The Dimestore Fisherman" tv show.

Rocky Mountain Escape


Experience your adventure among the natural wonders surrounding your cozy, intimate log cabin, nestled in the front ranges of the great Canadian Rockies.

Navajo Silversmith

Welcome to the Navajo Silversmith. Artist Denison Tsosie works from his studio located in the heart of the southwest. We have been in business since 1988 and have offered our products on the internet since 1995. Our goal is to produce handcrafted jewelry of the highest quality at an affordable price. Inspired by tradition, created with vision.
 
 

Fly Fishing Chile and Torres del Paine tour

Southern Latitudes is operated by David Frederick. He offers guided fishing based out of Coyhaique, Chile. Abundant dry fly fishing and a variety of waters are available. Tours to Torres del Paine Nat. Park and the Atacama Desert can be added.

Wild Mountain Music Festival

Annual outdoor music festival held at the Entrance Ranch every third weekend of July. For more information, upcoming events, tickets and more, please click on the website link above.

GrizzlyDen Rustic Retreat

GrizzlyDen Rustic Retreat is located on Hwy 40 North towards Grande Cache, approximately 2 minutes from the Entrance Ranch. GrizzlyDen offers camping, bushcraft courses, rustic furniture making courses, and much more.


Wilmore wilderness park

Wilmore represents some of the last unexploited range of many wildlife species in Alberta - almost 20% of Alberta's mountain goats and bighorn sheep are found here. Other wildlife includes grizzly bears, mountain caribou, cougars and wolves.