Buffalo Stone Woman
Canadian Rocky Mountains is home to many Indigenous peoples of this country. You will explore our unique culture and also some of the most beautiful sceneries ranging from the Foothills, the towering peaks of the mountains, crystal blue lakes and awe-inspiring waterfalls.
The trails are endless, we have a full listing of trails that are classified as level 1 & Level 2 terrain. Accessible for any skill level.
Snowshoe hike to Chesters Lake
Length: 9.2 km
Time: 5-6 Hours
Rate: Moderate, 300m/1000ft.m
Travel: 1.49 hours from Calgary
Length: 9.2 km
Time: 4 – 5 hours
Rate: Moderate 1010 ft
Travel: 2 hours from Calgary
Black Prince Cirque/Wasprite Lake
Length: 4.2 Km In and Out
Time: 3-4 hours
Rate: Easy, 90m/300ft.m
Travel: 1.38 hours from Calgary
Elbow Lake - Closed for Winter
LENGTH: 4.1km round trip
TIME: 2 – 3 hours
RATE: Easy, 143m elevation
TRAVEL: 1.43 hours from Calgary
Book a unique tour at a great price! Prepare and start packing for your memorable Indigenous adventure.
Enrich your Indige-scape with:
Ruby Eagle Child – Elder Fire Side Chats, we can adapt Cultural teaching in a workshop setting or mountain side.
Skip Wolf Leg – Hand drummer from Siksika First Nation Or
Walter White-Bear/McDonald – Flute player from Moose Factory First Nation
Onespot Crossing Snowshoe tour
Group size 12
- 2.5 km – Snowshoe hike- Entry level
- Stew, Bannock, Berry Soup and Mint tea
- Fireside Stories with Mr. Onespot
- DIY traditional teaching keepsake.
NEW Snowshoe Tours – Chesters Lake
For Family or group hikes: Minimum of 4 people for a group booking.
Tour includes – Snowshoes, hiking poles, ice cleats (adult size)
COVID 19 – Pre cautions will take place to ensure everyone is free of symptoms prior to any hike. We are committed to high standards of health and safety practices.
Upon Request we are able to provide lunch
- Bannock sandwich – back bacon, lettuce & tomato
- Bison or Elk Jerky
- Trail Mix
- Wild Mint Tea
Elder Fireside Chat will consist of a Tradition Feast
- Berry Soup
- Wild mint tea
“Connecting local and world travellers to an authentic Indigenous experience”
This is your chance to have a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. You will experience mother nature’s beauty and diversity. Enriched with stories and crafts for any age level.
However, every trip into the mountains entails a certain amount of risk. Hiring an experienced guide comes into play, as your safety is our priority we will:
- Prepare you with the logistics of your trip
- Take you to terrain that is comfortable and safe
- Teach you about Indigenous culture & history
- Your gateway to explore more Indigenous culture