Explore the many ways to enjoy your spare time with world class recreation options at your doorstep and a variety of entertainment options coming soon to the Trinity Hills urban village.
There's also more to explore beyond the hills. Whether your heart takes you west to the Rocky Mountains, east to downtown, or north to the airport, Trinity Hills' convenient location on the Trans Canada Highway between its junctions with Sarcee Trail and the Stoney Trail Ring Road means your venture out of the village will be an easy one.
With inviting streets and convenient shopping usually reserved for the city centre, and access to major intra-city and interprovincial roadways typical of the far-flung suburbs, Trinity Hills takes the best of both worlds to provide residents with true convenience.
Built as the site for ski jump and sliding events for the 1988 Winter Olympics, WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park has evolved into a year round hub for indoor and outdoor sports – and it’s located next door to Trinity Hills. With a variety of activities available including skiing, skating, ziplining, bobsleigh, downhill karting, recreational hockey, mini golf, and mountain biking, your next-door neighbours can’t wait to have you over.
Pressed for time and still looking to get your steps in? No need to head down the highway as the Paskapoo Slopes regional park is just steps away from your home, offering over 17 kilometers of natural walking, hiking, and biking trails. Enjoy a sample of what the mountain parks have to offer, without the short trip down the highway.
Just a short drive to the west are the majestic Rocky Mountains, offering some of the world's best skiing, hiking, sightseeing, and resort getaways. In about an hour, you can get from the door of your suite to the base of a world-class ski resort, the head of a breathtaking hiking trail, or the check-in counter of your favourite hotel. Only one set of traffic lights separates your home from Canada's mountain playground. Less time in traffic means more time on the slopes, hiking trails...or Banff Ave. patios.