Experience Guide | Tourism Medicine Hat


ourselves on offering a unique experi ence that will leave you counting down the minutes to your next visit,” says Bridget Burgess-Ferrari, Communica tions and Public Engagement, Govern ment of Alberta. Once lunchtime arrives, the caféteria is a warm indoor place with burgers, chicken tenders, fries, salads, and wraps. There’s chocolate bars, chips, vegetable and fruit cups for a small snack throughout the day.

Hidden Valley Ski Resort is a winter wonderland snug in the prairies, approximately 45 minutes outside of Medicine Hat. With tall, snow-kissed lodgepole pine and aspen trees and rolling hills that act as mini mountains, this oasis is a must-see in the winter. On the drive, view the prairie landscape, and once you take that turn into the Interprovincial Park, you’re suddenly surrounded by forest and rolling hills.

The gem of a ski hill features a quad chair, t-bar handle tow, and a magic carpet. All the lift’s combined can bring 2,400 skiers and snowboarders to the top of the hills every hour. Then, the outdoor enthusiasts can choose between green, black, and blue level runs to race down. “Being located in Cypress Hills Provin cial Park, Hidden Valley is surrounded by picturesque evergreen forests and vistas overlooking the prairies. Our lifts provide incredible views and our runs are unlike any others in the province. We pride


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