Adventures await in Turner Valley

Sydney Donkers, 8, paints at Turner Valley's Country Market on August 10 while her grandmother sells artwork.

Sydney Donkers, 8, paints at Turner Valley’s Country Market on August 10 while her grandmother sells artwork.

Breathtaking scenery, outdoor adventures and rich history await visitors to Turner Valley.

Situated on the doorstep of Kananaskis Country, Turner Valley offers a wide range of recreational opportunities including hiking, biking and trail riding.

Play a challenging round of golf in pristine beauty at the Turner Valley Golf and Country Club or spend time along the Sheep River, a well-known fly-fishing area.

The three-kilometre paved Friendship Trail provides a picturesque link between the communities of Turner Valley and Black Diamond that can be walked or cycled with the reward of an ice cream cone at either end.

The natural setting and friendly small town feel attracts artists and musicians who make their home in Turner Valley. Amenities such as the Dr. Lander Memorial Outdoor Swimming Pool, Foothills Lions Club Spray Park, tennis court, outdoor skating rink, seniors’ club, arts council and annual events and attractions enrich community life.

Those seeking a true western adventure can saddle up and experience the area’s natural beauty on horseback.

Anchor D Outfitting offers trail rides, mountain day rides, hay and sleigh rides and horseback vacations catered to families.

For a weekend retreat, consider escaping for some peace at the Diamond Willow Artisan Retreat. Situated on 11 acres of rolling foothills, Diamond Willow caters to corporate groups, couples and individuals, and boasts a spacious studio.

For more information on Diamond Willow visit diamondwillowartisanretreat.com, to learn more about Anchor D visit anchord.com and to learn more about Turner Valley go to www.turnervalley.ca

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