The Mountain View Inn has it all! (Well, most of it, anyway…)

We have a wide varety of rooms available to rent in the Inn, all with free wireless internet access, as well as a charming, rustic country cabin (complete with old piano and a wood fireplace), perfect for large families. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, or searching for a unique venue for a corporate retreat, nothing beats the comfort and convenience of The Mountain View Inn.

As a bed and breakfast, the Inn is pleased to offer a complimentary hot buffet-style breakfast to our guests. Catering may also be arranged before-hand, if desired.

The Inn includes a stunning two-story great room, with a wrap-around upper-level balcony that is perfect for gatherings, meetings, games, reading a book, or watching a movie on our big screen. Nothing beats the inspiring views of the mountains from this room. Keep your eyes peeled, and you might just see some wildlife wander by.

We have a library of movies to watch and board games to play as well as books and magazines to read as you relax in the comfort of our surroundings. The playground structures on the east lawn allow kids to swing, slide, and play in the great outdoors. We even have a bonfire pit for roasting hot dogs, making s'mores, or singing campfire songs. The surrounding area also has plenty of incredible summer and winter activities and day-trips, including downhill and cross-country skiing, fishing, golf, hiking, hunting, and horseback riding; even dancing, or a night out at the theatre! See below for some of the amazing attractions in the area.

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Fish in the great outdoors of the Rocky Mountain foothills.

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Waterton Park boasts world class hiking with incredible scenery and many opportunities to view wildlife. There are 255 km (191 miles) of trails ranging in difficulty from short strolls to steep treks of several days duration.

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Southern Alberta is known worldwide for its quality waterfowling opportunities. The migration and seasons begin in early September and continue through to the end of the season in late December.

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Horseback Riding

Ride for an hour or two or, if you're a little more adventurous, try an overnight packtrip! There is lots to see in this pristine area of Southern Alberta and it is best experienced on horseback!

Duce Outfitters: 403-653-2104 or 403-308-7829 or Mountain Meadow Trail Rides

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Carriage House Theatre

Only a 15 minute drive from our Inn, come and see one of our summer theatre variety shows and plays.

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The Great Canadian Barn Dance

Back in the days when the settlements here were still young, weekend nights were barn dance nights - a time to get together with friends, hear some lively music and kick up your heels. Now you can relive those times!

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Waterton Lakes National Park

15 minute drive

Enjoy the world's first international peace park and a UNESCO world heritage site. Once you experience Waterton you'll see what all of the fuss is about!

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Going-To-The-Sun-Road (Logan Pass)

Don't miss this! The road was opened in 1932. In 1983 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1985 it was declared a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and in 1997 it was designated as a National Historic Landmark.

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Remington Carriage Museum

15 minute drive

The Remington Carriage Museum houses one of the largest collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 200 carriages, wagons and sleighs.

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The Alberta Temple

15 minute drive

The Alberta Temple is one of southern Alberta's most famous and recognized landmarks. The Temple was constructed by Mormon pioneers who settled in Cardston in 1887. It was the first Temple constructed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints outside of the continental U.S.A. The Visitor Centre at the Temple is open for public visitation.

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Fort Macleod

40 minute drive

Visit the oldest town in Alberta! In 1874 the North West Mounted Police, NWMP established their first headquarters in this area that is now the Town of Fort Macleod.

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Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

50 minute drive

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is known around the world as a remarkable testimony of prehistoric life that shows a custom practiced by native people of the North American plains for nearly 6000 years.

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Frank Slide

60 minute drive

On April 29, 1903, at 4:10 a.m., 82 million tonnes (30 million cubic metres) of limestone crashed from the summit of Turtle Mountain and buried a portion of the sleeping town of Frank.

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Waterton Lakes Golf Course

15 minute drive

The historic Waterton Lakes Golf Course first opened in 1929 and was designed by Stanley Thompson. This 18 hole course is open to the public. Carts may be rented and the clubhouse contains a pro shop and lounge. Call (403) 859-2114 for green fees and tee times. It is open May through October.

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Lee Creek Golf Course (Cardston)

15 minute drive

This new Les Furber 18 hole design golf course nestled in the Lee Creek Valley in the Town of Cardston, offers a picturesque view of the mountains, wildlife and natural scenery. We have four tee boxes for each hole to offer a challenge for all level of golfers.

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Magrath Golf Course

45 minute drive

This 18 hole course was established in 1929 and is nicely situated in the valley with the creek as a constant hazard.

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Fort Macloed Golf Course

15 minute drive

Fort Macleod holds the distinction of not only being the first golf course in Alberta, but also the oldest layout in Canada west of Winnipeg.Today Fort Macleod possesses a fully mature and challenging 9 hole layout that is a delight to play.

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Paradise Canyon (Lethbridge)

60 minute drive

Golf Digest has recognized Paradise Canyon as CANADA'S TOP 60 COURSE (out of 1800 courses). The course has also garnered the NUMBER ONE rating in Southern Alberta.

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Skiing and Snowboarding

Ski or Snowboard at Castle Mountain! The runs are groomed and ready for another season.

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Cross-Country Skiing

Winter in Waterton Lakes National Park offers some great winter activities - including cross country skiing, snow shoeing, camping, ice climbing and sightseeing.