Nordegg Alberta adventures and Rocky Mountain House attractions are located on the doorstep of the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in the North Saskatchewan River Valley. The communities act as a gateway to many four season outdoor adventures and activities. Some of the more popular Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg Alberta adventures includes hiking, ATVing, fishing, camping and snowmobiling.
The most popular Rocky Mountain House (RMH) and Nordegg Alberta adventures include canoeing, fishing, river kayaking, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, camping, golfing, birdwatching, art touring, picnicking, rock climbing, atving, water skiing, boating flightseeing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, ice climbing and ice fishing. Being a year round destination, booking your RMH and Nordegg Alberta adventures is best sooner than later.
A few of the more popular Nordegg Alberta adventures and Rocky Mountain House sightseeing destinations include Twin Lakes, Crimson Lake, David Thompson Trail, Allstones Falls, Fish Game Pond, Riverside Park, Abraham Lake, Chimney Trail, Lake of the Falls, Siffleur Falls, Bicentennial Trail, Onion Lake Trail, Baldy Mountain Lookout Trail, Coliseum Mountain, and Crimson Lake. Which Nordegg Alberta adventure will you be planning?
The most visited Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg Alberta adventures, attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around the region includes the Rocky Museum, Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site, Nordegg Heritage Centre, Rocky Mountain House Walk of History, and the Brazeau Collieries Mine Site.
Travel services important for enjoying Nordegg Alberta adventures and Rocky Mountain House attractions includes accommodations (cottages, cabins, hostels, motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, resorts, hotels), campground, grocery store, restaurants, gift stores, banks, laundromat, gas stations, liquor stores, pubs, internet, and cell service.