About Bragg Creek

A 30 minute drive west of Calgary, you will find the small but charming hamlet of Bragg Creek. Known as the Gateway to Kananaskis, Bragg Creek is full of personality and charm.
 
The hamlet boasts a collection of unique stores and boutiques, artisan studios, tastes from around the world, and lots of natural space.

Just west of Bragg Creek on Highway 66, you will discover a hub for outdoor adventure. You will find world-class hiking, biking, skiing and horseback trails. If off-roading is your pastime of choice, McLean Creek Provincial Recreation area is the spot to check out. There is camping and fishing to be found all along the Elbow River that snakes down from the Rockies and down to Bragg Creek.
 
If you plan to visit the Foothills, make sure you stop in Bragg Creek.

See more about visiting Bragg Creek here.

Tours that go through Bragg Creek

Our biggest and baddest Iron Horse Road Trip. Head west to Bragg Creek, then east bound and down the Cowboy Trail before looping back up via HWY 2 with a view.

Spend a full day exploring the Cool Little Towns of the Foothills

Top Places to Discover in Bragg Creek

Arguably one of the most eclectic stores in Bragg Creek, Moose Mountain General Store is a general store in true old-fashioned meaning. For the past 19 years, it has carried everything from all kinds ..

The Painted Moose Artist Collective is owned and operated by 16 amazing artists. Inside you will fine hand crafted works of art ranging from fine art paintings, stone sculpture, wood crafts, jewelry, ..

We're proud to share part of this historic road, Join at the north end in Bragg Creek or from the south just west of Nanton for one of the best scenic drives in Alberta!