David Thompson Country offers a plethora of recreations access and staging area options west of Rocky Mountain House. With various amenities to complement these, you will find yourself within familiar comforts in no time at all. Explore the outdoors and discover what the area has to offer, you won’t be disappointed!
Take a look at the map below to find areas of interest to you and their exact locations. Remember to always check the weather conditions before you venture out as safety is always a top priority!
The latest news from our communities
July 20, 2017
Our Top 19 Favourite Instagram Photos of David Thompson Country: Landscape Edition
Your photos of David Thompson Country just keep getting better and better! We had so much fun seeing your adventures in our Top 15 Favourite Instagram Photos of David Thompson Country: Water Edition article that we decided we just had to write a sequel. This time, your photographic mission was to capture the landscape of the area. As usual, you never cease to amaze us, travellers!
September 2, 2017
Heritage Abound: Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site
Planning a trip to Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site? Excellent! You’re all set to explore nature, learn about Indigenous culture, and enjoy a new experience. But with so many adventures on site, how can you be sure that you don’t miss out? Not to worry, we sat down with our helpful friends at Rocky […]
January 12, 2022
“Nordegg In Winter” Book Release
Brett Pawlyk and Annabelle Oung have just released a new book, “Nordegg in Winter”, a companion to their previous book, “David Thompson Country: A Scrambling Guide.” It can be purchased at the Nordegg Canteen, the Beehive Artisans Market in Nordegg, or on Amazon.ca, and coming to more stores across Alberta soon. Here is the Introduction […]