Embrace The Outdoors
- Bridgeland-Riverside Arctic Adventure
A 7.5km outdoor adventure course packed with different check points and activities along the way. The course is suitable for all ages and can be completed at your own leisure.
To enjoy this activity, go to the BRCA Hall, which is the START and follow the instructions on the signs! Expect to be outdoors for 2-2.5 hours. Full information and a course map can be found at www.brcacalgary.org/arctic_adventure.
- Phoenix Foundation Hay Maze and Music Wall
Located at 320 19 St SE, Calgary, AB T2E 6J6 participants can simply show up and enjoy the hay maze and music installation. Larry Leach said, “Our preschool teacher says the Hay Maze is their favourite. Our Kindergarten teacher hides loonies for the students to find. The kids don’t want to go home.”
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/PhoenixFoundationCalgary.
- Calgary Catholic Immigration Society Winter Wonderland
Winter Wonderland is a mix of sport, art, activity and leisure. Amenities such as lighting and fire pits have been added around the rink at 9a Street Park so people of all ages and abilities can enjoy the outdoors at all times of the day!
Stop into 9a Street Park at the cornered of 4th Ave and 9a Street NE, or for more details check out @9a_park_bridgeland on Instagram.
- Fort Calgary Self-Guided Indigenous Audio Tours
These self-guided audio tours were created for the community to learn about the broader significance of the site on which the museum currently sits. By sharing Indigenous stories that connect to the confluence of the rivers and situate this area in a larger context. Calgarians can click this link to access the audio tour: www.fortcalgary.com/exploring-the-confluence.
The tours are situated along the river near the Fort Calgary Museum at – 750 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5E1 and offer signage with QR code access.
Parks Foundation Calgary