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Crowsnest Valley and Pass
Alberta, Canada travel, tourism information

Crowsnest Valley is a unique municipality consisting of small hamlets and towns located in the Crowsnest Pass of the Rocky Mountains in the southwest region of Alberta, Canada.

Crowsnest Pass, AB, Canada photo galleryHighway # 3 travels through Crowsnest Pass. The highway is the most southern transportation route in Alberta connecting to the province of British Columbia. Located on Highway #3 in the Crowsnest Pass are the communities of Coleman, Blairmore, Frank, Bellevue and Hillcrest.

The Crowsnest Valley is a wilderness recreation destination surrounded by mountains, rivers, lakes and creeks. Down the middle of the pass are Highway #3 and the Crowsnest River. To the north are the Saskatoon, Crowsnest, Wedge, Tecumseh, Livingston and Seven Sisters Mountains. To the south are the Turtle, Coulthard, Ptolemy, Tent and Sentry Mountains.

Throughout Crowsnest Valley are a network of recreation trails, spur roads and gravel access roads. There are also numerous creeks and streams flowing down from the mountains connecting to lakes and the Crowsnest River. It is an environment made for year round adventures and activities.