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Valley Zipline Adventures Radium Hot Springs
#2 of 20 things to do in Radium Hot Springs
... to do and turned up at our allocated time slot with 30 mins to spare to do the paperwork etc! We were joined by two teenagers and their grandma just to give you an idea of how family friendly this place is!
Kids loved it and got to fly backwards and upside down!
Mineral Mountain Ziplines Fairmont Hot Springs
#1 of 16 things to do in Fairmont Hot Springs
considering they just recently open- quite organized, Safe, sincerely friendly guides, worth trying with family and friends-will definitely have a good bonding with the trees and the people you are with, good time...
Safe, fun, fast (very high last zip) and friendly/personable staff made the whole experience a wonderful family memory.
Kootenay River Runners Radium Hot Springs
#1 of 20 things to do in Radium Hot Springs
Staff members are very friendly, this white water rafting day was awesome, I would recommend it to anyone that would have some sensations (Kicking Horse river), so to those who would rather have a family trip (Tob...
The kids picked him with the loudest of cheers and he kept us safe, entertained and adventured-up with "bump turns", splash fights, fallen tree limbo, adventure tales of the cheese grater rapids, the shark tooth,...
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Banff National Park Banff National Park, Canada 41.7 mi away
#6 of 150 things to do in Banff National Park
Our kids fell in love with Banff and are already planning a return visit to the National Park (free admission for all of 2017, as part of Canada's 150th birthday celebration).
A Fabulous Destination for a Family Vacation
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Lakeside Park Nelson
#1 of 44 things to do in Nelson
The Park has a wonderful playground for children, beautiful flowers in season, benches to sit and ponder life while looking out at the beach and incredible Kootenay Lake!
There's a good playground for the kids, washrooms, a concession with a great menu (summer only), an easy walk along the lake, the beach, flower/rose gardens, and even stand up paddleboard and kayak rentals in summer.
Takakkaw Falls Yoho National Park
#3 of 18 things to do in Yoho National Park
Gorgeous place to go with a loved one or family outing.
Such a majestic and powerful waterfall and I am so happy I took the kids out to them.
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#1 of 12 things to do in Castlegar
Great way to spend the afternoon.....Walk up and down the streets poking in and out of the shops and enjoy the artwork as you go.....Great for children too as some of the sculptures are interactive......
Castlegar Sculpture Walk is a fun, free way to spend time with family and friends!
#1 of 15 things to do in Kaslo
Amazing family rafting experience with talented, personable staff who went the extra mile!
... slower paced part of the river, and worked as a team to paddle through the Rapids, we being a family of four- with one very weak swimmer- Tamara's lunch was Spectacular- we even got cookies home for the boys, ...
#2 of 50 things to do in Revelstoke
Great pool for swimming, plus great kids pool with warmer water and a very inventive section that has flowing water and one can float carried by the current.
We visited when hill queues were too long and loved it, warm water interesting stuff to do and it was really quite so we had some lovely family time, thoroughly recommend it.
#1 of 6 things to do in Field
Here, it is possible to come with children or only adults, you can do a walk, a long excursion, relax or some other things.
Great for the whole family.
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#1 of 9 things to do in Nakusp
Beautiful walk with the kids or romantically as a couple.
We took the kids here for a nice walk.
#1 of 72 things to do in Golden
We had so much to do without even leaving the property- walking to the river, the gazebo, through the woods, exploring the creek, watching the buffalo, and when the kids were asleep, watching the mountains be pain...
There were 14 of us family members ranging across all 5 generations.
Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Canmore, Canada 32.3 mi away
#5 of 68 things to do in Canmore
The children really enjoyed it especially hunting for their Frisbee's in the trees!! Great outdoor centre with helpful and friendly staff.
A great place for families to spend a day as they have something for all levels of abilities as well as interest.
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Moraine Lake Lake Louise, Canada 34.2 mi away
#3 of 34 things to do in Lake Louise
There is one more trail that we took from the lake moraine trailhead that allowed us to walk through snow on the trail in mid July while our friends and family at home were dealing with excessive heat warnings.
... kids loved the rock pile and it's worth the climb... get there earlier in the day to avoid parking traffic... the canoe ride was the highlight and gave us some great family photos... would go back in a heartbeat.
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The Lake Louise Ski Resort Lake Louise, Canada 39.0 mi away
#5 of 34 things to do in Lake Louise
Tom Bazley is truly one of the best in the business and highly recommend Tom for any level skier but particularly family or those with young children just learning, he has a masterful way of taking the intimidatio...
Love that parking was so conveniently close and free (As a family with small children, it is enough work to get everyone organized I was so grateful for the parking) Staff is very friendly and helpful, the daycare...
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#3 of 50 things to do in Revelstoke
kids and I stopped here last year for a driving break and a picnic lunch, short easy hike on boardwalk, beautiful big trees in a tropical like Forrest.
this was a nice easy walk through the cedars, Kids loved it and the information along the path was great
Policeman's Creek Boardwalk Canmore, Canada 33.6 mi away
#7 of 68 things to do in Canmore
Such a well maintained path that is a combination of boardwalk and blacktop that would be easy for those with small kids or older folks who aren’t sure-footed.
Our whole family really enjoyed the beautiful views of the mountains.
Lake Louise Lake Louise, Canada 37.7 mi away
#8 of 34 things to do in Lake Louise
We are a family of six with four teenage children so we weren't sure what winter would offer us but we thoroughly enjoyed snow shoeing around the lake on moderately groomed trails, skiing at the lake Louise ski fi...
The kids had an awesome kayaking experience in the cool calm teal waters of Lake Louise surrounded by glaciers and tall mountains, with the sun setting.
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Bow Valley Parkway Banff, Canada 26.6 mi away
#6 of 91 things to do in Banff
... Bow Valley Parkway a must see stop.Its easy to find and offers great waterfalls and a few friendly squirrels..Very icy in winter so Polar Cleats on your shoes a big help.Total length about 3km.Great for kids too.
Great family fun in the forest, with flowing river, playgrounds for kids, horse riding, falls and critters.
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Bow Glacier Falls Trail Lake Louise, Canada 38.4 mi away
#7 of 34 things to do in Lake Louise
The most difficult part of the hike is the steps they really wiped out the kids (damn cellphone making the lazy) but once on top stunning view of the falls and 2 glaciers and to streams that join into a canyon rig...
Perfect family hike.
Grassi Lakes Canmore, Canada 30.9 mi away
#2 of 68 things to do in Canmore
That being said this is a relatively easy and beautiful family friendly hike, which is rewarded by a wonderful waterfalls and views of the lakes and valley below.
You can pick to have a nice walk taking the easy way or to go the difficult and do a really cool hike true some waterfalls, mud and lots of cool spots for family pictures.
#6 of 50 things to do in Revelstoke
... taking me as a boy along these trails, and now I take my own family :) Beautiful forest paths lead you on a story book adventure with many near life-size figures, scenes, and houses recreated for kids to explore.
Our kids loved going into each of the Three Pig's houses, climbing up the tallest tree house, and exploring all the nooks and crannies.
Emerald Lake Yoho National Park
#2 of 18 things to do in Yoho National Park
The setting is equally beautiful, the lake is equally blue, and the trail goes completely around the lake and is easy enough for young families (5 km or 3 miles...allow about an hour for the circuit).
We were camped nearby on a labor day weekend...we were with friends...and the kids were smaller then...it is a trip I remember well as the walk we had with the entire troop was so full of fun...its good with the k...
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Kootenay National Park Radium Hot Springs
#3 of 20 things to do in Radium Hot Springs
Great experience, lots of different family activities in the area.
The hot springs were easily accessible and perfect for families.
Lake Minnewanka Banff, Canada 28.9 mi away
#7 of 91 things to do in Banff
So beautiful, what a great day of hiking and biking, lots of trails snack shack, pet friendly, lots of places to explore for children.
... and showed us skuba divers and other features as we cruised the lake.A fisherman from another boat had a nice lake trout at the dock.Weather was great and this was a great family outing that was truly special!
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Banff Gondola Banff, Canada 28.2 mi away
#3 of 91 things to do in Banff
Something for everyone including a gift shop, coffee shop, kids learning area, 360 indoors viewing area, hiking and stairs for even more breathtaking views, highly recommended!
Well worth the ticket price ($59 per adult), the views are stunning and the walks around the mountain when you reach the summit are very easy and child friendly.
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#1 of 3 things to do in Fort Steele
Take a stage coach ride around town, have the kids buy old fashioned candy from the general store, make homemade ice cream, pan for gold, watch a stage show, take a train ride, trade with a trader, or just tour ar...
We learned how to pan for gold and James told us some good stories in the opera house for tailored for adults and children.
#1 of 28 things to do in Rossland
Lots of very good skiers here (including local kids) from BC and northwest US; some Europeans and Aussies who have gone out of their way to get to this pretty unique niche hill.
Good for families and all the way up to double black treed steep and deep powder hounds.
#2 of 44 things to do in Nelson
Lots of terrain for all levels - perfect family hill, backcountry, powder, and the food is delicious and nutritious.
It's a great place to take the whole family for a day of skiing
#1 of 35 things to do in Fernie
Love that there's the option to ski in the trees, and or moguls, with a groomed run right there, so easy for families to ski 'together', at least once everyone is comfortable on a blue run.
They have a small rail park and tons of blues for the family experience, but also some crazy chutes and challenging steeps.