The Calgary area is perfect for rock and mountain climbing, with the Rockies just waiting for you on the city’s doorstep.
Beginners should definitely take classes before venturing out (the resources listed below can help): Calgary’s Bow River is world famous for trout fishing, and there are kilometres of other fish-filled streams and rivers that stretch from the city south to the Canadian border with Montana, and west to the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
Western Canada’s largest accredited zoo has over 170 different species and over 1,000 animals, including the Penguin Plunge, endangered creatures like the Siberian tiger and western lowland gorilla.
Many animals from North America are featured in the zoo’s Canadian Wilds section, with ecosystems representing northern forests and the Rocky Mountains.
In the car there are no roommates or parents to walk in on you, no neighbors lodging noise complaints, no younger siblings to scar for life.
The only problem is that you have to find the perfect spot; the side of the highway isn't exactly the most romantic of locales.
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Following is a list of local fishing resources: All people sport fishing in Alberta require a license, aside from children younger than 16, seniors older than 65 and First Nations peoples.In the event of an emergency City Police may be contacted at 911 For SAFETY (especially of children) maximum speed is 8 km per hour (5 mph) Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash for the safety of your pet. All children under 14 years of age using the pool to be supervised Please read rules posted at pool. NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY Pursuant to the Innkeepers Act we are required to remove any registered guests who affect the comfort, safety and quiet enjoyment of others at the campground.Re-register or check-out time by am ( am during Peak Season) Please follow the instructions for the route to your site (this is to help ensure no damage to electrical outlets or water standpipes) Visitors must register at the registration office.Costs for the license range from under 26 dollars for Canadian residents, to just over seventy dollars for non-residents.Licenses can be purchased at stores that feature outdoor camping and fishing equipment such as Canadian Tire and Wholesale Sports. Hockey, without question, is the number one professional sports tickets in the city, but the football and lacrosse teams also draw a significant fan base.