We love to explore! Our staff has spent the last 5 years dedicating our work and personal time to getting to know the South Canadian Rockies. In the past, working for Alberta Environment and Parks on backcountry trails after the 2013 flood allowed us to really understand the backcountry. Yay! Then, we became certified to guides by the most recognized association in North America (Association of Canadian Mountain Guides), being the only Alberta guiding company based in the South Canadian Rockies with this training. It is an absolute treat getting others outside, sharing our passion, and teaching you about this beautiful part of the world.

From the beginning of June to the end of September, we offer scheduled full and half day guided adventures. We require a minimum of 4 people to go on a scheduled trip, so please inquire the day before the adventure to ensure it will go ahead. You can always request a private guided adventure any time of the year and adventures with less people. We get very excited when people inquire with us to go off-the-beaten-path. We don't list these hikes because we save them for you.



Join us on a guided adventures for several reasons. We ensure that you feel safe and taken care of, have a super fun time, and learn about the area from our local guides. Safety is our #1 priority on all adventures and this is why we are qualified to take you into remote areas. Fun is our #2 priority and why we love to adventure! Learning is our #3 priority. Our guided adventures listed on this page are not scripted interpretive programs; however, we will ensure that you learn something about this area on every hike. Check out our interpretive programs for an adventure that will fuel your brain! They are awesome!

When you hire a local guide, you are getting local knowledge and supporting a local economy. We are very grateful that you picked Uplift Adventures.


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The guided hikes vary in length; however, you will always want to bring:
* Warm clothing for the weather as the weather changes quickly in the mountains
* A waterproof layer, such as a rain coat
* A backpack
* Sunglasses
* Sunscreen
* Hat
* 1L of water
* Hiking or running shoes (Hiking shoes are recommended for The Ultimate Frank Slide Experience)
* Your camera!
* You are welcome to bring your own snacks, but it is not required* A lunch if you did not purchase one
* Gear [ You can rent gear from us when you book ]
* Transportation to the trail head
We want to share this adventure with you; however, we understand that ‘life’ happens sometimes.There is a 48 hour cancellation policy, which allows you to change/cancel or refund your booking up to 48 hours outside your booked adventure (up to 7 days for group bookings). Please call us at least 48 hours prior to your adventure to cancel or reschedule and we will fully refund, no questions asked.Late-comers or no-shows will not be rescheduled or refunded.For group bookings (6 people or more), we require a cancellation of 7 days or more.
"Oh Cann-a-bis". While it is legal in Canada, we want to make sure all of our guests enjoy their experience with Uplift Adventures. Also for liability reasons, we are going to ask our guests to not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs during the adventure.
We don't always have the answers on our website. Don't hesitate to contact us with your questions.
Phone: 403.583.5884
Email: info@upliftadventures.ca



Locally sourced food

On-trail snacks & beverages


We are an accredited company and play by the rules.

Professional Guides

Our guides are certified through the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides. This is the highest standard for backcountry guides in North America and is recognized around the world!

Emergency Gear

Your guide is trained for emergencies and has their 80hr Wilderness First Aid. We will carry and supply the emergency equipment including radios, satellite devices, first aid kit and more.


Crowsnest Pass, AB

South Canadian Rockies

SW Alberta