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Best things to do in Pincher Creek No. 9

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“Provincial Historic Site of Alberta. A bit of a drive at a little over 2 hours, but worth it, as you're going into the beautiful Crowsnest Pass area.”
24 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site that preserves and interprets over 6,000 years of Plains Buffalo culture. Through vast landscapes, exhibits, and diverse programming, learn about the cultural significance of this cliff to the Plains People.”
18 locals recommend
Ski Area
“One of our hidden gems. One of Western Canada's best and most resonably priced ski resorts. The range of difficulty is from beginner to double black diamond and boasts Cat Skiing. 45 minutes east of Crowsnest Pass.”
10 locals recommend
Bakery
“A Local Staple with a HUGE following. This is because its fresh baking with tons of love. This is reflected in the flavours and the service. Again, this is another place that supports the local coffee roaster. You won't get this freshness at Starbucks. ”
9 locals recommend
Bakery
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Beautiful waterfalls. You can park at the viewpoint and see the falls or take a short hike to view them from below.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The Rum Runner is our favorite place to grab a bite and a bevy because of the great food and wonderful atmosphere.”
7 locals recommend
Café
“Amazing, friendly people. Down home atmosphere with a great menu; from an extensive breakfast line up to a great soup and sandwhich. And... oh yeah.... COFFEE. Not to mention all the sweet treats. ”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This funky little cafe features great home-made soups, paninis, wraps & sandwiches, along with awesome coffee. Owners Al & Susan combine their love of food with their first passion - fly fishing. Great breakfast or lunch spot. ”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Learn what it was like to be a coal miner. The tour goes right into the mine shaft. Bring warm clothes, even on the hottest summer day, the inside of the mine can be cool.”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great staff, rustic atmosphere. Pizza, burgers and other specialities. Walking distance from my airbnb home. ”
5 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“Lots of great local items including books and games. Unique items and great gifts. Friendly service and great coffee.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Access this park from the north via the Adanac Road. Lots of hiking, trails, and some great scenery. You can't see it all in just one day.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Old time restaurant with home cooked meals. They have really good breakfasts.”
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“Great beer on tap, live music, and full pub menu. The pizza is pretty good too! ”
4 locals recommend
Department Store
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“ If sightseeing this way, hit Pincher's Walmart to get food for your stay. It will be cheaper than the general store we have around the corner in HillSpring. It will also be cheaper than anything you would find once in Waterton National Park.”
2 locals recommend