THIS SUMMER, MOVE FREELY & LIVE FULLY
You’ll hike, bike, and paddle along the legendary rapids of the stunning Slave River, dance under a sun that almost never sets, and scamper through pristine forests in Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada’s largest national park.
1. Wood Buffalo National Park
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Find out information about our favourite national park: trails, camping, wildlife, and more. All trails are open and camping is available at the Pine Lake Campground. For more information on planning and booking your trip phone: 867-872-7960
2. Paddle, Canoe, Kayak & Raft
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Looking for equipment to rent? The Fort Smith Paddling Club is your best resource. Rental options include stand-up paddleboards, canoes, inflatable kayaks, sit-on-top kayaks (no enclosed deck), and the accessories (pfds, helmets, paddles) along with information about paddling in the area. Rental costs start at $30/day plus Paddling Club membership one-time fee of $35/person or $70/family. 2021 Memberships link: https://www.albertawhitewater.ca/club-registrations Fort Smith Paddling Club contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Hiking & Biking
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Find some of our favourite trails in Wood Buffalo National Park and along the Slave River.
4. What to Do
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Check out the Northern Life Museum, where to see wildlife, how to contact local artists, or visit an NWT Alpaca farm.
5. Where to Stay
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Bed & breakfasts and hotels we have something to suit everyone's needs
6. Where to Camp
Front country to backcountry what type of adventure do you want?
7. Where to Eat
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Looking for the NWT's best pizza, or a homemade healthy style meal, or food for a picnic on the river?
8. How to Get Here
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Driving or flying we have options to match your schedule.