Club Fit Frog Multi-Day Hikes & Snowshoe


If you are looking to treat yourself with a hike or snowshoe getaway, enjoy great food, and meet some fellow hikers, then these Club Fit Frog multi-day hikes and snowshoe events are for you! Often the payment for the lodge is done directly with the lodge so please read more about what the Club Fit Frog fees include on each multi-day event page.

If you want to warm up your hiking legs to get ready for your multi-day adventure then you may want to consider a Club Fit Frog SAMPLER Pass that includes 2 Calgary walks, 2 Urban Adventure Hikes, and 2 Mountain Hikes (saves 21% compared to individual drop-ins) or perhaps the monthly or full session pass which saves up to 60% on drop-in fees!

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Club Fit Frog multi-day hikes and snowshoe tours happen throughout the year. These events allow hikers to explore an area in more depth, enjoy lodge accommodation, tasty meals, and social time.

Club Fit Frog also organizes guided walks year-round in the Calgary area with City Walks (around 7km / 1.5 hours), Urban Adventure Walks (10-12km / 2.5 hours), and Full Day Hikes/ Town treks and Snowshoeing (4-8 hours).

In the City Walks and Urban Adventures, you get to explore Calgary’s parks, find funky shopping districts, discover architecturally-interesting neighbourhoods, venture along pathways, and into tasty cafés. The vast range of treasures in a small, easily navigated space is what makes exploring the city on foot so enjoyable.

For those of you who want to explore the nearby natural areas or the Rocky Mountain wilderness, Club Fit Frog offers a wide variety of full-day hikes and snowshoe outings with amazing and picturesque views of the Rockies, foothills, and distant prairies – even the city of Calgary itself. The stunning vistas change with the seasons and are well worth exploring year-round.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I cannot do all the hikes or snowshoe days or would like to take a day off?
You have the option of joining all the hikes or just some of the hikes as long as we are staying at a front country lodge. If the program is based at a backcountry lodge then you would have to do the hike into the lodge and the hike out of the lodge (unless there is helicopter transport). The Club Fit Frog fee is the same no matter how many of the hikes that you do as the fees are for the organization of the trip.

I’d like to share a room, can you help me with this?
Please contact Lori to let her know that you would like to share a room and if someone else is looking to share, she will connect the two of you.

How big are the groups?
Typically the group size ranges from 6-12 people.

Do we hike in all types of weather?
Yes, we hike in rain, shine, and snow!

I am not sure if I am fit enough, how hard are the hikes?
Please contact Lori if you have any questions about the hikes as described in the event description above. She can help you assess if the hikes are a good fit for you.

I have food allergies, who should I speak with about this?
Please discuss all food-related issues with the lodge in advance of booking the trip.

Can I bring my dog?
No dogs are allowed on the mountain hikes as some trails do not allow dogs due to the potential for wildlife interactions.

What if I have to cancel?
Please see the cancellation policy in the event description.

What makes Club Fit Frog different?
Club Fit Frog is a small club that offers personal service pre-trip and on the trail. Your fees are for the organization of all events and the behind the scene attention to detail. You can email or chat with Lori to discuss the walks and hikes to make sure that they are the right fit for you.

Who’s in charge of the Club Fit Frog programs?
Club Fit Frog walks, hikes, and snowshoe trips are coordinated by Lori Beattie, the owner of Fit Frog Adventures. Lori has organized and guided Calgarians and tourists on over 2000 Calgary hikes and 600 mountain hikes and snowshoe treks since she started Fit Frog in May of 1997. And while Lori will join you on most walks and hikes, on occasion, another Club Fit Frog member will lead walks and hikes (when Lori is on vacation and the club wants to keep on walkin’!)

What do the fees for Club Fit Frog events include?

  • Pre-trip organization
  • A Club Fit Frog volunteer on trail coordinator and organizer
  • Well-researched routes and alternate routes if for any reason we cannot do the planned route.
  • A small group of wonderful walkers.
  • Organized post-walk social outings, like cafe stops.
  • Carpool organization for mountain hikes or snowshoe days. While this is not guaranteed, it may be an option.
  • Wildlife awareness and education while on the trail.
  • Navigation and route-finding conversations while on the hike so hikers who are new to the area will gain the knowledge and confidence to return and explore.
  • Guaranteed departure at stated times, on stated dates.
  • If a trail is closed due to bad weather, bears, or any other reason, the Club Fit Frog organizer will choose an alternate hike with a similar level of difficulty.
  • Fees also help pay for the cost of the website and behind-the-scenes expenses to keep Fit Frog walking!
  • Accommodation and roommate suggestions for multi-day programs.
  • Group meal organization for multi-day programs.

What about wildlife in the mountains, like bears?
Bears live in the Rocky Mountains and the foothills. So do cougars, deer, elk, moose, and many other animals. Before every hike, we chat about wildlife awareness. It is our responsibility to let animals know that we are in the area so that we do not surprise them and have a negative interaction. Making noise by talking and the occasional “YO BEAR” yell is how we let them know. Bears are not interested in seeing people and if fact they want to avoid us. We make sure to let them know we are there so they can avoid us and not feel threatened. The hike leader carries bear spray and you are welcome to carry it as well. If you plan to do more hikes with friends and family, you will want to have bear spray.