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Timber Green Bed and Breakfast is situated on a modest elevation between the North Saskatchewan River, a 15-minute hike to the west and Chicken Creek to the east. The property was once logged then turned into a go-cart circuit but now supports mature spruce, poplar and pine trees. A trail down to Chicken Creek takes you by an intermittent spring where deer and moose sometimes come to drink.

The broad North Saskatchewan River valley has been occupied by people for at least 10,000 years drawn by the abundant game, water supplies and passage over the Rocky Mountains. More recently, the valley supports mixed farming and ranching, oil and gas exploration, logging and, at one time, coal mining.

Sport fishers are attracted to the numerous streams and lakes in the area. Snowmobiling, cross-country and downhill skiing, trail riding and hiking are all within easy reach of Timber Green Bed and Breakfast.

North Saskatchewan River valley and the Rockies

North Saskatchewan River valley and the Rockies