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  • Crowsnest Pass: What To Do
    To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports Doing Business Planning Development Permitting Planning Development Processes Planning Development Fees Safety Codes Permit Fees Engineering Standards Heritage Development Permit Notification Advertisements Rezoning Notification Advertisements Other Notifications Advertisements Doing Business Business Directory Business Licences Request for Proposals Tenders Public Auctions Properties For Sale Municipal Government Council Bylaws Listed by Bylaw Number Bylaws Listed Alphabetically Policies Council Packages Minutes Governance and Priorities Packages Minutes Budget Meetings Upcoming Council Meetings Council Committee Appointments Deputy Mayor Schedule Council Contact Information Boards Committees Board Committee Application Information Agriculture Services Board Crowsnest Pass Community Pool Society Crowsnest Pass Senior Housing Board Economic Development Committee Family and Community Support Services Board Municipal Library Board Municipal Historic Resource Board Municipal Planning Commission Protective Services Advisory Committee Parks and Recreation Authority Pass Powderkeg Ski Society Subdivision Development Appeal Board Administration Contact Us Municipal Election Municipal Documents South Saskatchewan Regional Plans Organizational Charts Policies Financial Statements Invest Here Invest Here Crowsnest Crossing Development Opportunity Property For Sale Investment Opportunities Crowsnest Pass Statistics Strategic Assets Investment Resources Taxation Transportation Quality of Life Business Sectors Business Resources

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Crowsnest Community Guides
    Capital Projects Snow Removal Summer Watering Restrictions Electrical Distribution System Potential Sale of Electric Distribution System Recycling Solid Waste Water Wastewater Sewage Employment Opportunities Employment Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Tourism What To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports Doing Business Planning Development Permitting Planning Development Processes Planning Development Fees Safety Codes Permit Fees Engineering Standards Heritage Development Permit Notification Advertisements Rezoning Notification Advertisements Other Notifications Advertisements Doing Business Business Directory Business Licences Request for Proposals Tenders Public Auctions Properties For Sale Municipal Government Council Bylaws Listed by Bylaw Number Bylaws Listed Alphabetically Policies Council Packages Minutes Governance and Priorities Packages Minutes Budget Meetings Upcoming Council Meetings Council Committee Appointments Deputy Mayor Schedule Council Contact Information Boards Committees Board Committee Application Information Agriculture Services Board Crowsnest Pass Community Pool Society Crowsnest Pass Senior Housing Board Economic Development Committee Family and Community Support Services Board Municipal Library Board Municipal Historic Resource Board Municipal Planning Commission Protective Services Advisory Committee Parks and Recreation Authority Pass Powderkeg Ski Society Subdivision Development Appeal Board Administration Contact Us Municipal Election Municipal Documents South Saskatchewan Regional Plans Organizational Charts Policies Financial Statements Invest Here Invest Here Crowsnest Crossing Development Opportunity Property For Sale Investment Opportunities Crowsnest Pass Statistics Strategic Assets Investment Resources Taxation Transportation Quality of Life Business Sectors Business Resources Business Tool kit Differentiation Strategy Economic Value Proposition Search What To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports 2016 Spring Summer Community Guide Downloadable PDF version Crowsnest Community Guides The Municipality of Crowsnest Pass creates and distributes a Spring Summer and a Fall Winter Community Guide that promotes community events activities amenities and services

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Attractions
    Frank Slide through dynamic interpretive programs and presentations State of the art interactive displays and exhibits throughout the Centre focus on the infamous Frank Slide of 1903 Canada s deadliest rockslide Visitors will experience what it was like to be in the coal mining town of Frank before during and after the great rock avalanche Learn why Turtle Mountain fell and if another rockslide will come down Two award winning audio visual presentations are shown throughout the day in the Centre s 70 seat high definition theatre On the Edge of Destruction is a powerful 30 minute docudrama that recreates the remarkable night the rockslide came down In the Mountain s Shadow is a visually stunning 25 minute presentation that vibrantly presents the history of the spectacular Crowsnest Pass from immigration through coal mining to rum running A 1 5 kilometre trail winds through the rocks of the Frank Slide giving visitors an up close look at the awesome power of nature Frank Slide Interpretive Centre Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill Get your skis or snowboards ready and your smiles on for an adventurous fun filled day at Alberta s popular family friendly ski resort Owned and operated by the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass the ski area boasts challenging terrain affordable rates an excellent ski and snowboard school equipment rentals terrain park night skiing snowmaking and friendly service Pass Powderkeg quickly becoming Alberta s favorite family ski area Visit the Pass Powderkeg Website Pass Powderkeg Mountain Bike Trails Photo courtesy of Raven Eye Photography Pass Powderkeg is a great place to go for a ride Trail construction is underway with numerous trails already in place From beginner to expert single track cross country or to our Jay Hoots Designed Bike Park we have you covered Check out our Master Plan Trail Map for more information No services or uphill transport provided www uroc ca United Riders of Crowsnest Crowsnest Museum The Crowsnest Museum is located in downtown Coleman their vision is to provide excellent quality exhibits and programming that tell the story of the Crowsnest Pass Crowsnest Museum Bellevue Underground Mine Image provided by the Bellevue Underground Mine The Bellevue Underground Mine was a fully functional coal mine from 1903 to 1961 In 1990 the Eco museum opened the re timbered 300 meters of the underground mine and established displays for daily tours year round Visitors will put on an authentic miner s helmet and lamp and follow the corridors taken by early coal miners Interpreters will explain the techniques of turn of the century underground mining The 300 metre coal mine tour is wide and level easily traversed by young and old alike It is very cold in the mine please be prepared with appropriate footwear and a warm jacket The Bellevue Underground Mine is the only underground coal mine tour in Western Canada and we promise a safe and extraordinary experience you will never forget Opening hours November April Monday through Friday from 9 00AM to 5 00PM closed

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Arts & Culture
    work as a collective and as individuals Engaging with one another is an incredible asset to the in studio processes of conceptualizing critiquing and creating and an advantage once out in the world of exhibitions networking promotion and cultivation of vibrant creative careers The Artist Collective Studio began in April 2014 As their artist family continues to grow and change their focus has stayed the same create a functional workspace thrive in our creative pursuits and connect with our community through art For more information please visit http www artistcollectivestudio com like them on Facebook https www facebook com artistcollectivestudio ref bookmarks or email artistcollectivestudio gmail com Crowsnest Museum and Archives The Crowsnest Historical Society and Crowsnest Museum Archives protects preserves and portrays the cultural heritage of Crowsnest Pass and its people to ensure the knowledge of the past enriches the lives of present and future generations Want to help support local history and love visiting the Crowsnest Museum By becoming a member of the Crowsnest Historical Society you get free admission to the Museum for the entire year a 10 discount on select items in the Gazebo Giftshop and invitations to Museum events exhibit openings and more For more information please call the Museum at 403 563 5434 or visit www crowsnestmuseum ca Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery The Art Gallery provides rotational monthly exhibitions of local provincial and national art art programs for adults and children as well as many special events throughout the year The Gallery also organizes exhibits at the local Stone s Throw Cafe In the Gallery Gift Store you will find fine art and crafts from over 50 local and area artists The Gallery is located at 14733 20th Avenue Crowsnest Pass on Highway 3 in Frank 403 562 2218 cnpaaa shaw ca OPEN DAILY For more information please visit www crowsnestpasspublicartgallery com Crowsnest Pass Symphony Orchestra The orchestra has a long history having begun in 1925 and continued since that time making it one of the most enduring amateur orchestras in Alberta During those years the orchestra has been both a string orchestra and a full orchestra including woodwinds and brass which is its current status Members have been comprised of residents of Crowsnest Pass Lundbreck Cowley Pincher Creek Sparwood and Fernie One of its founding values was to provide an opportunity for many young students to participate in a group setting playing music they would not otherwise have had the opportunity to perform The range of ages of members in the orchestra has spanned from 12 years old to over 80 years old CNP Symphony is a group of amateur musicians who meet weekly from mid September to mid May Rehearsals are once a week on Wednesday evenings from 7 00pm to 8 30pm The orchestra presents a Christmas Concert in early December usually in conjunction with the Crowsnest Community Choir and then a spring concert in May Recently the orchestra has travelled to Pincher Creek for a spring concert Additionally the

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Events
    family For more information Kananaskis Pro Rodeo Association Bellecrest Days Bellecrest Days Petting Zoo Photo courtesy of the Crowsnest Pass Promoter Sponsored by the Bellecrest Community Association Bellecrest Days are held annually in June rotating between being held in Hillcrest and Bellevue each year Events include Under the Stars Family Movie Night Free Family Event pancake breakfast parade petting zoo carnival games and bouncy castles hose laying bartender races and cow milking competitions music Artisan and Vendor Fair and much more Additional events are being planned by the Bellevue Legion the Bellevue Inn the Old Ice Cream Shoppe and the Bellevue Underground Mine will continue with its incredible tours throughout the day Check out the Schedule of Events for 2015 For more information please contact Krissy Ames at 403 563 8352 or by email at bellecrestdays gmail com Bellecrest Days Website Canada Day Photo courtesy of the Crowsnest Pass Promoter Celebrate Canada Day in Coleman Events include a parade pancake breakfast fun day Flumerfelt Park Strawberry Tea at the Seniors Drop in Center and activities throughout the day at the Coleman Legion 9 Sole Survivor Foot Race The race usually takes place the third weekend in July course details can be found at www solesurvivor ca There will be 2 5km 5km and 10km race options This is a perfect opportunity to give trail running a try for those that have never ventured off into the trees but have always wanted to Visit www solesurvivor ca or Like Sole Survivor Foot Race CNP on Facebook for more information UROC Bootleg Bikefest Rumhead Enduro Mountain Bike Enduro racing is a mix of downhill and cross country riding over several marked stages Enduro racing has a relaxed atmosphere combining the fun of a group ride to the top of a trail with the thrill of racing to the bottom Generally taking place on the third weekend in July every stage will feature different elements of riding technical descents short uphill sections and full throttle high speed descents In between each timed section will be some good old fashioned climbing on dirt road and single track The course will cover 24 km of trail with 8 km of that being the timed pedalling downhill sections For further details please visit http rumheadenduro weebly com Doors Open Heritage Festival Doors Open Heritage Festival is held annually in the long weekend in August Events include the Bellevue Old Fashioned Street Festival Photo Contest Teddy Bears Picnic Crowsnest Country Market Booze and Bars Historic Bus Tour and several tours throughout the community Crowsnest Pass Doors Open Heritage Festival Website Family Halloween Spooktacular Occurring on the Saturday on or before October 31 11 00am 1 00pm MDM Community Center 2802 222 Street Bellevue Come dressed in your costumes and have some fun There will be hotdogs cookie decorating photographs crafts Trick or Treating and games for children aged 2 to 9 years old and their parents Pumpkins in the Park Brought to you by the Coleman Community

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Parks & Playgrounds
    Processes Planning Development Fees Safety Codes Permit Fees Engineering Standards Heritage Development Permit Notification Advertisements Rezoning Notification Advertisements Other Notifications Advertisements Doing Business Business Directory Business Licences Request for Proposals Tenders Public Auctions Properties For Sale Municipal Government Council Bylaws Listed by Bylaw Number Bylaws Listed Alphabetically Policies Council Packages Minutes Governance and Priorities Packages Minutes Budget Meetings Upcoming Council Meetings Council Committee Appointments Deputy Mayor Schedule Council Contact Information Boards Committees Board Committee Application Information Agriculture Services Board Crowsnest Pass Community Pool Society Crowsnest Pass Senior Housing Board Economic Development Committee Family and Community Support Services Board Municipal Library Board Municipal Historic Resource Board Municipal Planning Commission Protective Services Advisory Committee Parks and Recreation Authority Pass Powderkeg Ski Society Subdivision Development Appeal Board Administration Contact Us Municipal Election Municipal Documents South Saskatchewan Regional Plans Organizational Charts Policies Financial Statements Invest Here Invest Here Crowsnest Crossing Development Opportunity Property For Sale Investment Opportunities Crowsnest Pass Statistics Strategic Assets Investment Resources Taxation Transportation Quality of Life Business Sectors Business Resources Business Tool kit Differentiation Strategy Economic Value Proposition Search What To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports Nippon Institue of Technology Commemorative Plaza Families that play together stay together Many of the parks and playgrounds are fully accessible and designed to fun for all ages Some park amenities include tennis courts barbecue pits bathrooms picnic and concession facilities playground equipment trails ball diamonds soccer fields gazebos and water play For further information please visit the CNP Recdesk To book use of fields please contact Community Services Recreation 403 562 8833 Bellevue Bellevue Memorial Park 21330 25th Avenue Blairmore Blairmore Lion s Park and Tennis Court 11973 20th Avenue Isabelle Sellon Ball and Soccer Fields

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Trails
    Statements Invest Here Invest Here Crowsnest Crossing Development Opportunity Property For Sale Investment Opportunities Crowsnest Pass Statistics Strategic Assets Investment Resources Taxation Transportation Quality of Life Business Sectors Business Resources Business Tool kit Differentiation Strategy Economic Value Proposition Search What To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports Community Walking Trails The Crowsnest Community Trail is a 23 km non motorized route that connects the communities of the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass together The trail is a combination of asphalt gravel and natural trail surfaces Use the route to travel between communities visit local businesses and tour incredible historical sites such as the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and the Bellevue Underground Mine On the way the trail takes you through stunning natural areas Watch for wildlife along Crowsnest River stop at the viewpoint overlooking Frank Slide and Turtle Mountain and enjoy spectacular Crowsnest Pass vistas As you move between communities stop at the trail interpretive kiosks to learn more about Crowsnest Pass amazing natural and cultural history To learn more about the Crowsnest Community Trail check out the Trail Brochure and Map for route and attraction information Trail Etiquette This is a multi use trail system Please respect other trail users Travel on the right hand side Biker Etiquette Yield to pedestrians Be audible Pass on left when safe Maintain control Wildlife Safety Be BearSmart Learn what to do in a wildlife encounter Make noise and alert wildlife of your presence to avoid surprising wildlife Carry bear spray and know how to use it Call Fish and Wildlife with bear and cougar sightings Please No motorized use Respect the private land and grazing leases the trail crosses through and stay on trail When traveling on the Road and Trail Shared Route stay on the right hand side and pay attention to traffic Pack all garbage out Dogs must be leashed Waste must be removed immediately The Crowsnest Community Trail is maintained by the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass Trail use is at your own risk If you have any questions regarding the trail please call 403 562 8833 Crowsnest Community Trails Brochure United Riders of Crowsnest The United Riders of Crowsnest UROC was formed to create trails and promote mountain biking in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass If you have not been to southern Alberta you are missing out The club objectives are to encourage participation and promote responsible mountain biking practices develop and maintain a sustainable mountain biking trail system through volunteer participation support youth education and safety in biking and represent the local biking community in the planning and management of recreational land The United Riders of Crowsnest believe that good stewardship starts with the users of the trail system United Riders of Crowsnest UROC Trails Map United Riders of Crowsnest on Facebook Pass Powderkeg Mountain Bike Trails Photo courtesy of Raven Eye Photography Pass Powderkeg is a great place to go for a

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  • Crowsnest Pass: Summer Activities
    Municipal Historic Resource Board Municipal Planning Commission Protective Services Advisory Committee Parks and Recreation Authority Pass Powderkeg Ski Society Subdivision Development Appeal Board Administration Contact Us Municipal Election Municipal Documents South Saskatchewan Regional Plans Organizational Charts Policies Financial Statements Invest Here Invest Here Crowsnest Crossing Development Opportunity Property For Sale Investment Opportunities Crowsnest Pass Statistics Strategic Assets Investment Resources Taxation Transportation Quality of Life Business Sectors Business Resources Business Tool kit Differentiation Strategy Economic Value Proposition Search What To Do Crowsnest Community Guides Accommodations Attractions Dining Arts Culture Events Parks Playgrounds Trails Summer Activities Winter Activities Getting Around Area Maps Nearby Airports Quading The Quad Squad Photo Courtesy of the Crowsnest Pass Promoter The Crowsnest Pass features over 1500 km of maintained and mapped quad and snowmobile trails thanks to a partnership between the Crow Snow Riders and the Quad Squad Trails are well mapped and the Crowsnest Pass offers staging areas which feature lots of parking and turn around areas Be safe Watch for wildlife and hazards The Quad Squad Mountain Biking The Crowsnest Pass boasts extensive mountain bike trails throughout the community including at the Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill located at 12402 18 Ave and a Bike Skills Park in Blairmore located next to the Albert Stella Memorial Arena at 12602 17 Avenue Check out the Master Plan Trail Map for the detailed Pass Powderkeg trails The Bike Skills Park offers Pump Track Dirt Jumps Four lines of increasing difficulty Drop Progression Learning Square Skinnies United Riders of Crowsnest The United Riders of Crowsnest UROC was formed to create trails and promote mountain biking in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass If you have not been to southern Alberta you are missing out The club objectives are to encourage participation and promote responsible mountain biking practices develop and maintain a

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