Calgary Area Outdoor Council Champions the needs and interests of the outdoor recreation community through representation, education, communication and leadership.
Alberta Hiking Association (otherwise know as AHA) is primarily an umbrella organization for hiking clubs from across the province.
Friends of Kananaskis Country The Friends of Kananaskis Country Cooperating Association works in partnership with Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture to take a leadership role in the preservation of the ecological integrity of Kananaskis Country.
Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association Promotes trails in the Bragg Creek area and assists K-Country in grooming and tracksetting the West Bragg ski trails.
Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance (CMBA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to maintaining access to non-paved trails in and around Calgary.
Alberta Trailnet Promotes a trail network, including the Trans Canada Trail, connecting all Albertans.
Hike Alberta is a blog that is a resource for those who want to explore hiking in Alberta.
MM Hikes Photos and GPS tracks mostly from Kananaskis Country
Club Tread.com – An online community dedicated to the outdoors
Scenic Travel Canada - Discover Canada along the many scenic drives, spectacular hikes & amazing viewpoints.
Pam Asheton - Alberta Backcountry Equestrian One-Day Trail Guide
Rocky Mountain Ramblers – The Club is dedicated to the pursuit of outdoor activities based in Calgary.
Calgary Outdoor Club – Hiking, camping, biking, inline skating and canoeing (summer) and skiing, boarding, cross-country skiing and snow shoeing (winter), as well as social events.
Calgary Ski Club – The Calgary Ski Club welcomes outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Skiing, hiking and social activities.
Calgary Weekend Hikers – Over 125 scheduled hikes each year from easy to extremely difficult.
Calgary Hostel Outdoors Group – HOG members enjoy hiking, cycling, canoeing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Calgary Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts – A smaller club of very active members of varying ages. Primarily hiking, also cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Hikers Unanimous – A volunteer Rocky Mountain Hiking Club, Calgary
The Grand Nature Club – Bring people together to enjoy the outdoor safely with a group. Banff.
Second Sixties Outdoor Club – An outdoor club for seniors 50+ that operates year-round.
Seniors Outdoor Club of Calgary - Devoted to promoting a physically active lifestyle and a love of the great outdoors for seniors.
FLC Seniors Club – A seniors club that offers a wide range of activities.
The Meanderthals – a hiking group within the Canmore Seniors Association.
Bow Waters Canoe Club - provides the ideal starting point to enjoy the wonderful world of canoeing.