Located 80 km from Calgary, Alberta, in the southeast boundary of Banff National Park, lies the beautiful town of Canmore surrounded by the Rocky Mountains with the beautiful turquoise Bow River running through it. The famous Three Sisters Peaks of the Canadian Rockies can be seen from anywhere in Canmore. The Trans Canada Trail “The Great Trail” also runs though it.
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The tale of the Three Sisters: In 1883 Mayor Rogers of Canmore decided to let his nephew, Albert Rogers name the three mountains that overlooked the sleepy town. The snow-capped peaks were said to look like nuns; this later transposed into “Sisters”. The little sister, Hope, features a large blocky plateau at it’s peak and is the most difficult to climb. The middle sister, Charity, is a popular intermediate scramble and the big sister Faith, is the peak farthest from the highway and is an easy limestone scramble.
The Georgetown Inn featuring the Miner’s Lamp Pub
Trans Canada Trail – Canmore Alberta
Just 5 minutes south of Canmore is the Hamlet of Dead Men’s Flats where you can get access to Bow River for some beautiful scenery shots.