Place Title: The Board SUP RentalsPlace Description:
Originating in Hawaii, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a new multi-dimensional sport, and the latest local craze, that involves gliding along bodies of water. Stand-up paddle boarding is a perfect way to experience the Mighty Peace’s epic waterways. Whether that be on the beautiful Peace River or on one of our many scenic lakes across the region.
The Board SUP Rentals operates out of the Mighty Peace and rents stand-up paddle boards for all different types of adventures. Their rentals are completely customizable to provide you with a tailored adventure. They are a mobile stand-up paddle board company and you can choose your own pick up and drop off times and locations. The paddle boards are inflatable giving you the ability to go anywhere with your board.
The Board SUP Rentals organizes many unique events across the region throughout the spring and summer months. Follow their Facebook page for information on upcoming pop-up river runs, paddle events, demo days and special promotions with local operators like Peace River Brewing.
Paddle Board Rental Rates:
Long Weekend Specials $175Category: Accommodations, On the Peace River, Campgrounds, Mighty Peace Essentials, Outdoors, Paddle, and Town of Peace RiverAddress: Peace River
CanadaTelephone Number: (780) 618-9179Email:Originating in Hawaii, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a new multi-dimensional sport, and the latest local craze, that involves gliding along bodies of water. Stand-up paddle boarding is a perfect way to experience the Mighty Peace’s epic waterways. Whether that be on the beautiful Peace River or on one of our many scenic lakes across the region. The Board SUP Read more...
Place Title: Pure Instinct OutdoorsPlace Description:
Hunting is an age old tradition dating back to the beginning of time. The need to survive was not taught, it was learned. The landscape of hunting has evolved to mean more than survival today. The modern hunter is not fighting for survival from natures beasts and starvation, but rather fighting for the right to continue to take part in something that burns within them. We fight for the privilege to be able to conserve the land and animals that define what nature is all about. The lessons and values learned through this process make us better and heals us from the inside as we leave the world behind and enter into a wild and untamed place. We are drawn, even called to the outdoors by pure instinct.
Pure Instinct Outdoors is a group of passionate hunters from the Mighty Peace who capture their hunting adventures. Showing their ups and downs in every season. They are currently the top rated weekend show on Wild TV. Many of their episodes feature the Mighty Peace. The cast also hunts all over North America from grizzly bear Alaska to alligators in Louisiana.
An outdoorsman his whole life, Scott spent much of his childhood hunting with family since a very tender age. Upon reaching High School, Scott was becoming a talented caller for Moose and was known for luring them as early as Grade 9. From these days of early morning spot and stalk Mulie hunts with his bow before school, to the recent pack hunts for days and weeks on end, he continues to stalk northern Alberta big game with his bow.
After connecting with numerous trophy animals, he started to challenge himself by filming his hunts, bringing this innate passion and wealth of hunting experience to Pure Instinct Outdoors.
Being a producer of the show and now father to 3 beautiful girls keeps him just as busy as the tree stand but he still finds a way to capture the best game every year and bring that amazing hunting experience to you in your home.
From Beaverlodge Alberta, Scott is known to have climbed more mountain tops and spent more nights under a spruce tree than just about anyone. Hunting all over Alberta as he grew up, he’s traveled across North America and the world while hunting many different species of game but always returns to his true passion of Elk and Sheep hunting in the Wilmore wilderness.
Currently based in central Alberta with his girlfriend Bailey and their collection of Horses, Dogs, Cats and possibly Yaks in the near future, Scott is following his life-long dream of hunting and harvesting game, bringing you great footage from the hunts that means the most to him.
Scott’s brother Dustin was also raised in the family tradition of outdoor life. Starting so young that he can barely remember brief moments of situations in the bush with his dad and brother, he likes to say that “Hunting seasons don’t seem to have a start or a finish. We prepare for them all year round, from one open season to the next.”
His most vivid memory is harvesting his first Moose with his father. That experience taught him the value of the hard work required from tracking to harvest, the techniques and old-style teamwork which have grown to be as part of his day to day life.
“Hunting brings people together and keeps them together. I chose this route and look to pass on the enjoyment that I get from hunting to the others around me and those watching on WildTV. It’s creates a bond between young and old and everyone can enjoy.”
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CanadaHunting is an age old tradition dating back to the beginning of time. The need to survive was not taught, it was learned. The landscape of hunting has evolved to mean more than survival today. The modern hunter is not fighting for survival from natures beasts and starvation, but rather fighting for the right to continue to take part in Read more...
Place Title: Misery Mountain Ski AreaPlace Description:
Misery Mountain Ski Area is located in Peace River, Alberta. A short 486 km north-west of Edmonton and 195 km north-east of Grande Prairie. Visitors flock here to enjoy the best downhill sports and to experience one of Alberta’s sunniest regions. Misery Mountain Ski Area offers the most vertical descent in northern Alberta. With two t-bars, quad chairlift, 26 runs, snowshoe trails, a terrain park and the Mighty Peace’s most extensive snowmaking system. Misery Mountain Ski Area is the Mighty Peace’s playground, right here in your backyard.
Misery Mountain Ski Area offers a picturesque view of the Peace River Valley. They offer a family friendly atmosphere with a cozy chalet with a concession. Make sure you try their iconic poutine, because it doesn’t get more Canadian than that! Located right in the town of Peace River – making it easy to enjoy the other amenities that Peace River has to offer when you are done riding for the day. Lessons are available along with full rental gear and snowshoe rentals. Keep an eye on their social media channels for upcoming events throughout the year.
Hours of Operation:
Address: 10408 89 Street
- Saturdays: 10am -4pm (half day rates start at 1pm)
- Sundays: 12pm -4pm (half day rates all day)
CanadaTelephone Number: (780) 624-4881Email:Misery Mountain Ski Area is located in Peace River, Alberta. A short 486 km north-west of Edmonton and 195 km north-east of Grande Prairie. Visitors flock here to enjoy the best downhill sports and to experience one of Alberta’s sunniest regions. Misery Mountain Ski Area offers the most vertical descent in northern Alberta. With two t-bars, quad chairlift, 26 runs, snowshoe trails, Read more...
Place Title: Shaftesbury Trail & FerryPlace Description:
Enjoy the beauty of the Peace River and it’s valley by taking the short drive down the Shaftesbury Trail!
Running along side the Mighty Peace River for approximately 26km, the Shaftesbury Trail is one of the most scenic and interesting drives in the Peace region. Originally used by First Nations and Metis fur traders it is the location of several important historic sites. Start your tour on this paved and well maintained roadway either from Grimshaw going south on Highway 2, then taking secondary Highway 684 down into the valley or from Peace River, turn onto Highway 684, which can be accessed on the west side of the Peace River bridge. A relaxing and interesting adventure awaits! Along the way visit Fort Fork, MacKenzie Cairn as well as St. Augustine’s Mission. Stop for a picnic at Strong Creek Park and enjoy the stunning scenery and abundant wildlife! Continue on and visit the market gardens to see what’s in season! End your Shaftsbury Trail adventure with a ride on the Shaftesbury Ferry, the view of the river and surrounding hills is spectacular!
From Grimshaw: go south on Highway 2, then take secondary Highway 684 down into the valley. From Peace River: turn onto Highway 684, which can be accessed on the west side of the Peace River bridge.
It was 1793 when Sir Alexander Mackenzie, famed North American explorer, overwintered at Fort Fork before starting his transcontinental journey to the Pacific. The Mackenzie Cairn, built in 1929, honours both the Fort Fork trading post and the place where Mackenzie’s important journey began. This National Historic Site also provides a wonderful view of the Peace River, and an information kiosk offers detailed maps, drawings of the fort and early photos. Historic tours are available during the summer months.
St. Augustine Mission Church
About 13 km southwest of the Town of Peace River, the St. Augustine Mission Church sits in a tranquil space in the valley. A Provincial Historic Site, St. Augustine Mission Church is the remains of the St. Augustine Mission, established in 1888. Tours of the church and grounds are available in the summer.
U-Pick berries and other vegetables. Call them at 780-624-1335.
A historical site on the banks of the Peace River. Learn more about fur trade history with new interpretive signs, or visit the Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre for a more in-depth history.
Strong Creek Park
Free camping, kitchen shelter, water, fishing, hiking trails and playground, including a backstop and field for baseball/softball.
When driving from Hwy 2 near Grimshaw, take Brick’s Hill to take in the beauty of the valley floor. Named after original families owning river lots in the area, Brick’s Hill boasts an abundant landscape of agriculture and gardens. The hills are layered with history and evidence of the Cree and Beaver First Nations.
A unique experience awaits at the Shaftesbury Ferry!
This is one of only 6 ferries operated by Alberta Transportation in the entire province! The ferry is part of highway 740 and crosses the mighty Peace River linking the Shaftesbury Trail with the Tangent Park area. The length of the crossing is 325 metres and takes about 5 minutes. Enjoy spectacular river valley scenery during the crossing and keep your eyes open for the abundant wildlife that frequent this area. This experience is available May through the end of October, 7am to 11pm daily. The ferry is free of charge and can accommodate everything from foot traffic to large RV’s and motorcycles. Visit 511 Alberta for the most recent information about ferry operations.
Tangent Park campground is located on the east bank of the river, just a ferry ride across from the Shaftesbury Trail. It offers full service sites, showers, group camping and horseback riding/hiking trails.Category: Getting Here, Mighty Peace Essentials, Town of Peace River, M.D. of Peace, Sights & Experiences, and Things To DoAddress: 11510 Shaftesbury Trail
CanadaEnjoy the beauty of the Peace River and it’s valley by taking the short drive down the Shaftesbury Trail! Running along side the Mighty Peace River for approximately 26km, the Shaftesbury Trail is one of the most scenic and interesting drives in the Peace region. Originally used by First Nations and Metis fur traders it is the location of several Read more...