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Doors Open Alberta

Crowsnest Pass

The Crowsnest Pass welcomes you to its forth annual Doors Open and Heritage Festival over the Heritage Day Weekend from July 31 to August 3.

Experience some of Alberta's finest mountain culture and heritage by attending and participating in this exciting trip through history in the Crowsnest Pass.

The Crowsnest Pass Doors Open and Heritage Festival Committee is committed to offering you the opportunity to experience and celebrate the unique history of the Crowsnest Pass.

For a brochure with details of this year's events click here.

For more information visit: Crowsnest Heritage.

A large part of the attraction of the Crowsnest Pass is the spectacular natural environment. Learn more about the natural environment of the Crowsnest Pass, meet our knowledgable guides and enjoy the great outdoors.

Additional Activities

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre Grand Reopening - August 29, 2008
Explore four levels of new interactive exhibits, interpretive led programs and children's activity areas. Two award-winning high-definition presentations play daily in the theatre. Walking trails around the Centre and through the slide provide spectacular mountain views. Enhanced information services will be available to assist travellers. The gift shop features souvenirs, books, clothing and other items. Throughout the Doors Open and Heritage Festival weekend visitors are welcome to use the 1.5 km hiking path from the parking Frank Slide Interpretive Centre lot through the rubble of the 1903 Frank Slide. The path offers spectacular views of Turtle Mountain, the Frank Slide and the surrounding Rocky Mountains. - View the Historic Moment

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