A ZenSeekers' road trip isn't complete unless the destinations include outdoor adventures, and culinary, learning and cultural experiences. During summer 2018, create your #BucketlistAB itinerary in Southern Alberta and come and stay a night and see a sight.
With our rental e-bikes loaded in the back of our truck, we drove down Highway 3 and past the famous Burmis tree to try out the fairly new Crowsnest Community Trail, a 23-km, non-motorized route connecting the communities of Crowsnest Pass.
Prior to 1979, no one would have imagined the mining communities of Crowsnest Pass to be linked together by a single trail. After all, despite the close proximity, these towns did not like to mix. While attending Bellecrest Days, local resident and school teacher Ian Crawford said, "Just trying to date a girl from another town back then could get you beat up. They didn't want one of the other towns stealing their women."