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CORE: A Hiking Club… and More


Hiking | Scrambling | Urban Walks | Cycling | Skiing | Snowshoeing | Camping | Social Events

CORE (Calgary Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts) was formed in November 1999, primarily as a hiking club. Our activities now include: X-C skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking, cycling, urban walking, occasional scrambling, camping, canoeing, tennis as well as social events. The club organizes scheduled meetings with presentations. We also run summer and winter weekend getaways. We are a smaller club with a range of age groups and skill levels. We all, however, share an enthusiasm for and love of the outdoors. We welcome new members

Visit our Photo Albums for pictures of our 4-season activities


Hither and Yon

Forgot the password to the CORE Events Calendar? Email the Executive at mailbox@corehike.org and someone will get back to you.

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Alberta Hiking Association

The Alberta Hiking Association (otherwise know as AHA) is primarily an umbrella organization for hiking clubs from across the province. Its aim is to act as an advocate at provincial and regional levels for walking, hiking, and snowshoeing interests, advance the development and maintenance of well-built hiking trails, and provide education and information on a range of outdoor interests. For more information about the AHA, a list of outdoor clubs and the AHA quarterly newsletter, follow this link:  http://abhiking.ca/

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Alberta Hiking Association Facebook Group

The Alberta Hiking Association (“AHA”) Facebook group is an open forum where people can post their outdoor adventures, photos and trail conditions. Check out the AHA Facebook Group at:  www.facebook.com/groups/albertahiking/

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The Daffern’s Kananaskis Trails

Visit the Daffern’s Kananaskis Trails website and the Kananaskis Trailfinder APP for K-Country trail info. You can follow them on Twitter for some special insights into little known places to explore in Kananaskis Country.

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Hiking Apps – Something for Everyone

Ever wondered when technology would reach the backcountry? The good news: it already has. There are a plethora of apps and hiking companions that offer navigation and guidance without the need to be connected to WiFi. Click here for a comprehensive guide.

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West Bragg Creek Trail Maintenance: Ever been to West Bragg Creek – maybe hiked or skied or snowshoed? It costs money to build the trails and maintain them – close to half a million dollars last year. And it is almost entirely supported by donations.
Click here to donate.
Maybe make a yearly or monthly contribution or just drop a toonie in the box each visit?
Charitable receipts are issued for amounts over $20.
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@COREhike Twitter Feed

The following Twitter articles represent issues and events which may be of interest to the outdoor community, and are not necessarily activities sponsored or supported by CORE

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