Organizations & Facilities

3 organizations or facilities in Lethbridge for Hiking.

Chinook Outdoor Club

Based in Lethbridge, Alberta, the Chinook Outdoor Club or COC organizes full day trips for its members to hike, scramble, cycle, back-country ski, telemark and snowshoe in the Southern Alberta Rockies. Our destinations include Waterton National Park, Glacier National Park (Montana), the Castle River drainage, the Crowsnest Pass and the Upper Oldman River area. We ask that participants in our COC outings be well-equipped for the mountains, and fit and able to hike or ski for up to eight hours. Since 1971, Chinook Outdoor Club members have been exploring the hills and mountains to the west of Lethbridge. Our active, hardcore COC members are generally over forty – with a few younger exceptions – and we go to the mountains every Saturday or Sunday. The Chinook Outdoor Club would love to share its knowledge of the local mountains with new members. COC invites newcomers to participate in one or two outings as guests, to see if you like what we are doing.

  • Association / Club

Awesome Adventures

Awesome Adventures is a full retail store for Scuba, Climbing, Backpacking, Hiking, Kayaking and more. We offer full certification classes for Scuba from just a experience to your beginner Cert Class, and all the way up to be a instructor. We take groups to fun locations to Scuba Dive and do other fun activities while there. We help you get geared up for your next outdoor adventures with great footwear, socks, and even great underwear to keep you warm. We have wetsuits, snorkleing gear, rash guards, and tons of fun accessory items. We rent snow shoes in the winter and Scuba gear and kayaks in the summer. Stop by and take a look around and let us help you get the gear you need to go on your next Awesome Adventure.

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Alpine Club of Canada - Southern Alberta

A community for mountain enthusiasts from around Southern Alberta to connect for mountain activities (e.g., scrambling, mountaineering, backcountry skiing, rock and ice climbing, hiking, etc.), mountain culture (e.g., film festivals, slide shows), and mountain leadership training (e.g., avalanche courses, ropework courses etc.). The section is developing a full schedule of mountain trips, but people must be members of the ACC — and our Southern Alberta Section — to participate in our ACC section’s activities. For information on what trips our section is offering — and how to join — please check out our ACC sections’ website.

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