If you are looking for water-related fun including kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming and more then David Thompson County will not disappoint! There are plenty of lakes, rivers and falls in the area which majestically define the landscape to make for great scenery too.
We have taken the time to come up with a map to help you with your water exploits in David Thompson Country. What are you looking for? A lake? Waterfalls? Rivers? Yep, we got it! Remember to always be vigilant with the young ones around water bodies, keep an eye on them!
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May 3, 2017
Siffleur Falls: One of Alberta’s Most Underrated Hikes
Featuring a breathtaking suspension bridge, two river crossings (North Saskatchewan and Siffleur), a boardwalk portion, panoramic canyon and mountain views, lush forested sections, the quietude of the Alberta backcountry and 3 thundering waterfalls – Siffleur Falls Trail is a impressive hike.
August 12, 2017
4 Incredible Hiking Trails in David Thompson Country
So, you’re ready to escape the ordinary and hit the trails, huh? Well, you’ve come to the right place! David Thompson Country is home to beautiful hidden gems for both hiking experts and afternoon strollers alike. Having trouble picking the best trail for you? Check out this guide to discover some of our favourite trails […]
September 29, 2020
Hiking and Camping at Kinglet Lake – by Dustin Cressey
Hiking and Camping at Kinglet Lake – by Dustin Cressey The Highway 11 Corridor is home to some of Alberta’s most pristine outdoor spaces. It hugs the edges of the Rocky Mountains and contours the shores of Lake Abraham, creating a cinematic experience for all who venture this way. Most will head to Coliseum Mountain, […]