Luxury Canmore Condos at Renaissance Canmore

The art of contemporary mountain living

Adrenaline Driven Adventure

With world-famous winter snowfalls, glorious summers and epic skies that see 330 days of sunshine each year, the well-balanced climate of this Rocky Mountain playground accommodates 365 days of play. As your 2,000-acre base camp to alpine adventure, Three Sisters Living provides just-outside-your-door access to a vast array of outdoor activities that span the calendar and the adrenaline meter.

Sensational Snow

Within a 45-minute drive of the resort are four internationally acclaimed ski resorts: Lake Louise, Sunshine Village, Banff Norquay, and Nakiska, with 9,000 combined acres of incomparable downhill terrain open from November to May. For extreme adventure, the planet’s best heli-skiing and Cat-skiing are close at hand. Within minutes of the Village, the Nordic Centre – host venue of the 1988 Winter Olympics – provides a vast network of trails for professionals and amateurs alike. If skis or snowboards aren’t your thing, dog sledding, snow shoeing and snowmobiling offer alternative fun in our famous champagne powder.

Trail Blazing

Just beyond the pathways that weave through the resort, the surrounding National and Provincial Parks offer thousands of kilometers of trails for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. For those that want to amp up their horsepower, all terrain vehicles provide for an exhilarating rush.

Wet and Wild

Three Sisters Living sits high above the banks of a world-renowned fly-fishing destination: the mighty Bow River. Its glassy depths and chilly waters are home to Rocky Mountain whitefish and a wide variety of trout. Canoeing, kayaking, rafting and tubing are other popular pastimes on the Bow.

Wildlife Watching

Three Sisters Living has proportioned over 1,000 acres of land to create a system of wildlife corridors throughout the resort. As a result of the substantial efforts to enable animals to flow freely and safely, opportunities to view these wondrous creatures abound. Common visitors include elk, bighorn sheep, moose, deer, black bears, coyotes, wolverines, lynx, wolves and the occasional grizzly bear.