Hotel Kananaskis is set amid the unspoiled mountain wilderness of the Canadian Rockies. This area is a haven for the sportsman and the nature lover. On site, you'll find a health club, a sauna, a steam room, live entertainment, pets allowed, restaurant, tennis, whirlpool/hot tub, and an indoor swimming pool. The 4,000 square kilometres of Kananaskis Country, one of eight provincial parks and wildlife areas, including Banff and Lake Louise, is an outdoor playground for all ages. Guest can cross-country ski through fresh powder or bound over the moguls at Nakiska, site of the 1988 Olympic Alpine events. Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park is a natural setting can only be visited by taking an outing in the backcountry. By hiking, biking, or horseback riding, one can enter the park and witness some of the wildest scenery in Kananaskis Country. Peter Lougheed Provincial Park is Alberta's largest provincial park, offering a variety of activities, from cross-country skiing to camping, and is open year round. Banff's famed tri-area slopes at Norguay, Sunshine, and Lake Louise are an hour's drive away.
Another timeshare opportunity is The Lodge at Kananaskis. The Delta Lodge at Kananaskis is nestled in the majestic beauty of the Canadian Rockies and located in the heart of Alberta's Kananaskis Country. Just 50 minutes west of Calgary and within a 30 minute drive of shopping in Canmore or Banff National Park, the Delta Lodge at Kananaskis is at the centre of it all. Whether you are looking for a challenging round of golf at the Kananaskis Country Golf Course, a horseback ride, a white-water rafting excursion, or a simple stroll on one of our many trails, your adventure is waiting to be discovered at Alberta's Mountain Lodge and Spa. Please see MyResortNetwork.com/The Lodge at Kananaskis.