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Rocky Mountain House

The official website of Rocky Mountain House in Alberta offers a great amount of information about the community, information for residents, for visitors, and for business.


Clearwater County

Clearwater County is the rural district Rocky Mountain House belongs to. It's located in west central Alberta, offering unparalleled natural beauty, historic sites, and a wide array of modern recreational opportunities.


Rocky Mountain House Public Library

The Rocky Mountain House Public Library is connected to 50 other libraries across central Alberta through the Parkland Regional Library system, and offers Alberta wide borrowing, research help, wireless Internet, and outreach & homebound delivery amoung other services.



Banff National Park

The Banff National Park is Canada's first national park which offers a breath-taking scenery made of valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers. Access nature and wildlife, and enjoy a multitude of outdoor recreation activities.

Brazeau Collieries Mine Site

The Brazeau Collieries Mine Site is a National Historic Site of Canada and a Province of Alberta Historic Site. The mine site was abandoned in 1955, and has been restored by the Nordegg Historic Society.

Confluence Heritage Society

The Confluence Heritage Society promotes the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site and operates the Trading Post gift shop. The organization is host to a number of special events like e.g. the David Thompson Puppet Show.


Crescent Falls Provincial Recreation Area

The Crescent Falls Provincial Recreation Area is located about 90 km west (1 hour drive) from Rocky Mountain House and offers hiking trails that run along the top of the Big Horn Valley. Visitors of the area have access to spectacular views of the double tiered Crescent Falls and the Big Horn Canyon.


Jasper National Park

The Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies is a vast wilderness area defined by glaciers, lakes, and mountains. On 11,000 square kilometres the visitors of the park enjoy outdoor adventure and activities, abundant wildlife, and a network of trails.

Kootenay National Park

The Kootenay National Park is located in southeastern British Columbia and part of UNESCO's World Heritage Site. It's landscape covers an area of 1,406 square kilometres with features that include canyons, hot springs, mountains and the Continental Divide.

Rocky Mountain House Museum

The Rocky Mountain House Museum showcases the history of the pioneers who settled in the area. The exhibits include the one hundred years old Meadows Forestry cabin, and the Glacier School house amoung others.


Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

The Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site is an archaeological site on the North Saskatchewan River holding the remains of four competing trading posts, which were used by nine different Aboriginal cultures to trade fur in the 18th century.

· Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site at Parks Canada

Sports and Recreation

Canyon Creek Golf Course

With 9 holes on 2877 yards the Canyon Creek Golf Course offers a challenge for the experienced golfer and a comfortable start for the novices in your group.


Pine Hills Golf Club

The Pine Hills Golf Club in Rocky Mountain House combines the challenge of a championship golf course with the serenity of a classic retreat. The course offers 18 holes spread over 397 acres.


Rocky Motorcycle Club

The Rocky Motorcycle Club promotes fun Motocross and Hare Scramble events for riders of all abilities, and is helping to preserve riding areas.


Rocky Mountain Gymkhana Club

The Rocky Mountain Gymkhana Club is dedicated to a fun, family oriented environment where people of all ages and riding abilities can enjoy building horsemanship skills, friendly agricultural sports competition and camaraderie.


Rocky Curling Club

The Rocky Curling Club was established in 1960.


Rocky Mountain House Flying Club

The Rocky Mountain House Flying Club is for anyone who has a passion for aviation. Members meet weekly at the Rocky Mountain House airport.

· Rocky Mountain House Flying Club on Facebook

Rocky Mountain House Speed Skating Club

The Rocky Mountain House Speed Skating Club invites skaters of all ages and abilities to join and discover the fast and fun sport in a positive and supportive environment.


Regional Information

Alberta Fire Bans

The Alberta Fire Bans portal provides information on all active fire bans throughout Alberta. Also included are a list of regions rated for fire advisory and fire restrictions, as well as wild fire status information. The notifications are maintained by participating fire chiefs and municipality administrators of the different communities within Alberta.

Avalanche Information

Find public avalanche forecasts updated daily throughout the winter season for much of the mountainous regions of western Canada.