- The list below includes 19 free or cheap things to do in or near Canmore, Alberta, including 22 different types of inexpensive activities like Dog Sleds, Caverns & Caves, Lake and Mountains.
- From Grassi Lakes to Ha Ling Peak, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Canmore and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Banff, Banff National Park and Cochrane.
85% 104 votes
Hwy 66 | 8208 Flint Road S.E, Bragg Creek, Alberta MoreLess Info
Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area includes various hiking opportunities and scenic walks along the river. Although much of the area was wiped out during a 2013 flood, the location features several waterfall and swimming area for kids.
89% 38 votes
40 kilometers west on Highway 22, Bragg Creek, Alberta MoreLess Info
With various picnic areas, a well-paved highway, and hiking opportunities, Brag Creek Provincial Park offers visitors access to the region's landscapes. Movie buffs will also enjoy the location's yearly film festival.
The Inside Out Experience offers guests with whitewater rafting, hiking, and horseback riding opportunities. Tours are available in both half-day and full-day formats and scheduled corporate events can be arranged.
100% 13 votes
west end of Hwy 66, Bragg Creek, Alberta MoreLess Info
The Little Elbow Provincial Recreation Area provides both hiking and horseback riding opportunities to visitors. Visitors may camp at the site and should consider bringing a camera to take photos of the setting.
100% 35 votes
Bragg Creek, Bragg Creek, Alberta MoreLess Info
Moose Mountain Horseback Adventures _ Day Tours provides visitors with the opportunity to ride horses through the Canadian Rocky Mountain Foothills. The tours are designed to accommodate between four to eight people.
Featuring a large picnic area, Bragg Creek Paintball offers visitors of all ages the opportunity to enjoy the tactical activity. Children between the ages of 7 to 10 gain unlimited access to paintballs at a flat rate.
97% 2546 votes
Moraine Lake Rd. off Great Divide Hwy., Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta MoreLess Info
Smaller than Lake Louise, Moraine Lake has a fame all its own: in 1969 and 1979, the view of the mountains behind Moraine Lake was selected for the reverse side of the Canadian twenty dollar bill. The lake's exquisite teal green color is caused by rock flour from passing glaciers.