About Longview

Longview is a quaint little stop along the Cowboy Trail that lives up to its name. The town once known as 'Little New York' is the most direct gateway to the Kananaskis Provincial Park and offers galleries, gourmet dining, one of a kind events, a family friendly campground, and views for days.

Home to Alberta's strong ranching heritage, you’ll find the historic Bar-U Ranch just south of town, as well as history pieces throughout our eateries and galleries. Speaking of food, from a world famous steakhouse and jerky to the history of the Twin Cities Hotel or the flair of New Little New York Bistro, Longview offers options no matter your taste or budget.

Visit the cool little town of Longview to have a unique experience with the best of company!
Learn more about the village of Longview on their website.

Tours that go through Longview

Start you day bright and early like the cowboys have done since the birth of Alberta with some strong cowboy coffee or tea at the round-up camp.

This tour will get you and your friends out on the highway…looking for adventure...and whatever comes your way!

This round trip tour of the foothills showcases some of our best food, shopping and provides more history than a semester of classes!

Top Places to Discover in Longview

Art gallery featuring the photography and bronze art of Debra Garside and guest artists. Photography workshops & presentations are on regularly. Permanent exhibit of Wild Horses of Sable Island, Stree..

Located in the village of Logview, Alberta, Prairie Light Gallery is a beautiful gallery, studio and vintage camera store. Longview is nestled in the Foothills of Southern Alberta, between Kananaskis ..

The Twin Cities Hotel still has its original 1938 first-class country charm, plus you can experience a bit of Little New York history. Sunday afternoons feature smooth unplugged music performances by ..