Walking Tours and Education Programs

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Fish Creek Provincial Park is a vast cultural, historical and ecological resource. The Friends’ walking tours and education programs offer tremendous opportunities for visitors to learn from experienced guides about a variety of topics including history, nature, engineered wetlands, astronomy and yes, even ghosts!

We are currently busy planning our 2019 tour season, so please check back for updates closer to spring.

Volunteer opportunities will be available this year for both Tour Guides and Tour Assistants; you can find out more here!


A quick look at what we offered in 2018…..

Hull’s Wood Winter Walk

Bebo Grove Early Spring Walk

Night Sky Wonders with Don Hladiuk 

Alien Invasion: Native and Invasive Plants in Fish Creek Provincial Park 

ReWilding Through Restoration 


If you have ideas for educational tour offerings, would be interested in volunteering as a tour guide or for more information on our walking tours and education programs, please contact Shana Barbour, Program Coordinator, at shana@friendsoffishcreek.org or 403- 238-3841.


Photo Credit: Julie Gordeau, Capture Nature Photo Contest (2017)