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Choose a filter above to easily find an offer matching your needs among the 15 rentals in Canmore. Canmore is the ideal spot to look for an accommodation if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most frequently offered features are internet and TVs. Plan your holidays in advance if you want a rental providing a cot or you love sweating the stress away in saunas. There are just 41 properties listed with cots and 87 rentals including saunas.
The Weather in Canmore
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Check out the climate diagram for Canmore. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. In contrast, the coolest month is December. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is January.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Canmore
Nearly half of the offers (47.4%) in Canmore are hotel rooms. They are the most common holiday lettings there. Hotel rooms here have a median price £232 per night as well as a median size of 61 m². Moreover, these holiday properties tend to be excellent for medium-sized groups and families, since most can accommodate 4 guests. Apartment rentals are the second most common type of accommodation in Canmore. Apartment rentals have an average size of 108 m² in Canmore.
Embark on adventures in the Rockies with a Canmore lodge
Set amid the drama of the Canadian Rockies, Canmore wows visitors with a world of cultural festivals and outdoor adventures in unparalleled landscapes.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Canmore?
The Rockies from the ground up
Canmore Museum and Geoscience Center is an 3,600ft2 celebration of all things Canmore. Learn about the shallow sea under which the region was once submerged, as well as the speed skating feats of its contemporary inhabitants, among other enthralling aspects of Canmore's heritage.
Have a gander at the Northwest Mounted Police Barracks, the oldest barracks in Western Canada. The nineteenth-century mud and straw building still stands on its original plot.
Where are the unique attractions in Canmore?
Adventures in Alberta
Get a bird's eye view of the Rockies as part of a spectacular helicopter ride. Or for subterranean adventures, try 'spelunking' - a form of cave exploration. Canmore's caverns are vast geological marvels. Challenge your caving abilities and marvel at the cave system's wonders as you and your guides navigate their rocky depths.
Alberta, the state in which Canmore can be found, is also famous for its dog sledding. The pristine alpine landscape of the Rockies is the ideal setting for racing through, led by raw husky power. The panting of the dogs and the rush of the sled against the snow act as a natural soundtrack to your serene expedition.
Head to Elevation Place for exciting indoor attractions. The aquatics centre has an indoor beach, a lazy river and a steam room, as well as a 25 person hot tub.
What are the best events and festivals in Canmore?
Happenings in Canmore
In Canmore, there's always an entertaining gathering to attend. Whether it be the town's Mountain Market, with its profusion of fresh produce such as elk meat, or folk festivals on the weekend, the itinerary is ever-changing.
Throughout the year, Canmore Nordic Center hosts thrilling cross-country skiing and mountain bike races. The exquisite scenery of the Canadian Rockies draws contenders from across the world.
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