If you think the Canadian Rockies are beautiful in the summer (and they are), you should see them in the full-color richness of fall.
Canadian Rockies Golf represents a collection of six golf properties located in the stunning landscape of the Western Alberta province: Canmore Golf & Curling Club, The Fairmont Banff Springs, The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Kananaskis Country Golf Courses, Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club and Silvertip Resort.
The Fall Golf Getaway package includes one round at Canmore Golf & Curling Club and two nights at Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, starting at $309 per person. Golf at nearby Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club, Silvertip Resort or The Fairmont Banff Springs Course can be added at preferred rates.
Guests will receive a $75 resort credit at Delta Lodge when they book a two-night package via Canadian Rockies Golf, now through the end of golf season.
Stays booked for Sunday thru Thursday are eligible for a complimentary upgrade to the Signature Club, the hotel’s top room category.
“Abundant sunshine, cool days and golden fall color mark September in the Canadian Rockies,” said Alan Carter, director of golf at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. “We anticipate a beautiful, vibrant autumn.”
Couples can explore the best of the Rockies on the Fairmont Classic fall package, a seven-night escape combining golf at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, The Fairmont Banff Springs and Silvertip Resort. The trip features overnight stays at the famed Fairmont properties in Banff Springs, the Jasper Park Lodge and Chateau Lake Louise, starting at $2,319 per person.
Silvertip Resort recently opened a par-58 short course, giving golfers a chance to finish 18 holes in three hours or less. The new set of forward tees presents a series of 14 par-3s measuring a maximum of 150 yards and four par-4s.
In addition, The Fairmont Banff Springs and the NHL’s New York Rangers have joined forces for a Sept, 19 fundraising golf tournament that marries the love of golf with the love of community.
Participants receive entry into an exclusive meet-and-greet reception, a round on the Stanley Thompson-designed course at The Fairmont Banff Springs, and a barbecue dinner following golf. Individuals can register for $500; corporate foursomes are $2,500 (three golfers and one celebrity).
Proceeds will be donated to the Rotary Club of Canmore’s Flood Relief Fund and the Banff Community Foundation.