News and Updates
From the plains to the peaks, the Castle region is full of stories. Both new and old stories have been shared by visitors and people who have called the Castle home for generations. The author of the Castle’s most popular guidebook creates appreciation through his stories.
The very heart of the Castle area – the rocks it is built upon – is like no other. Here is a peek into the geologic history of the Castle.
This Thursday, September 7, participate in the Day of Action for Alberta’s Headwaters. Love Your Headwaters is asking Albertans to call the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry at 310-0000 and ask that clear-cut logging in Kananaskis be paused allow for more public discussion.
The legacies of Bert Riggall and Andy Russell are an inspiration. Small actions – from words to pictures – can leave a lasting heritage for generations to come.
The CCWC organizes weed pulls throughout the spring and summer where volunteers and guides search for and remove invasive plants by hand. These small actions have big impacts to the ecological health of the region.
Explore the history, policy and advocacy that has led to the creation of the Castle Provincial and Wilderness Parks.