Duration: 3.5 hours
Location: Downtown Canmore
*Price is $125 plus GST and EZTix fee. Group size is limited to 14. All sales are non-refundable. Tours occur rain, shine or snow. Price includes tabs, taxes and tips to our vendor's staff.
Saturdays 11am-2:30pm join us for an easy 2 km walk with tastings at seven local food businesses while exploring Canmore's thriving culture.
The tour takes 3.5 hours.
We walk 2 kms and make 7 stops.
Suitable for ages 14 up. Non-alcoholic drinks will be substituted for people less than 18 years of age.
We tour in all weather so dress in layers and be prepared as mountain weather can change in a matter of minutes and we don't cancel.
With advanced notice Gluten-Free and Vegetarian diets may be accomodated.
We gather at Paintbox Lodge, Canmore’s chic boutique hotel in the heart of downtown to begin with baked goods and sparkling fresh drinks. We’ll share stories of local heroes, poets, athletes and artists before heading for a cozy fireside lunch of flatbreads. We’ll visit a local wine merchant, taste bison and beef, enjoy sweet treats, artisanal chocolate, and perfectly paired beverages.
Cozy and chic this boutique hotel is also the site of Canmore's only cooking school.
Owner Marnie Dansereau created Communitea as a venue dedicated to bringing people together to enjoy tea, healthy food, live music, art and culture.
Rocky Mountain Flatbreads Co. (RMF)
Since 2003, RMF has been dedicated to sourcing as many organic and local ingredients as possible.
Canmore Wine Merchants
Canmore Wine Merchants are dedicated to making their extraordinary wines attainable for all.
Here's a great place to stock up for a picnic, start the day with superb coffee, grab a sandwich or shop for gourmet ingredients. It's a food lover's paradise.
PD3 by Blake Canmore
Street tacos in a completely refurbished and totally elegant double-decker bus.
An Edible Life
Owner Carole Beaton's food inspires us to live more healthfully.
Ede Rodrigues is a Brazilian native who fell in love with an Albertan and then brought his family's Brazilian cowboy (gaucho) ways to barbecuing our fabulous Alberta Beef.
Fashion designer turned chocolate maker, Jacqueline Jacek calls herself a cocoanista. She launches a new line of fashion chocolates for every season.
The meeting point for the tour will be emailed to you but the best parking spot is in the Public parking lot off 7 St. and Main.
907a 7 Street
Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Gratuities for all our vendor’s staff are included. Gratuities for our wonderful guide staff are greatly appreciated, although not mandatory. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%-20%. Thank you for asking and for being so considerate. You’re a savvy tipper!
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations. Our tour leaders will point them out as we tour so that you may always be comfortable.
We are a hardy bunch in Canada so we run our tours rain, shine, or snow. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. Dress in layers and pack an umbrella in case of sudden weather changes. It’s always best to check the weather conditions for your day’s event and dress appropriately.
The tours are recommended for children ages 14 and over. Children younger than 14 tend to get bored with the story telling, walking a fair distance and being social with adults for three and a half hours.
Parking is available a few blocks from our meeting point – behind the Bank of Montreal in the parking lot between 8 Street (also known as Main Street) and 7 Street (also known as Veteran’s Way).
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Travelbug-22211, Trip Advisor
What a great way to spend the day in Canmore! My sister, my friend and myself were in Canmore on a girls weekend and signed up for the tour last minute and we were so glad we did. The food and drinks at all of the stops were delicious!