Calgary, Alberta Highlights Its Accessible Options for Travelers

Calgary in Alberta, Canada, offers easily accessible options for all travelers. Calgary’s approach to mobility makes it a standout destination, the city says, even during the coldest months. With the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre located in the downtown core, just a short 20-minute ride from the international airport, visitors can transition from plane to hotel, lessening the need for bulky winter gear.

Travelers can navigate the downtown area comfortably via the Plus-15 system, an extensive network of skywalks, elevated 15 feet off the ground, connecting key downtown services and attractions, including the convention center, hotels and shopping centers, providing accessible pedestrian mobility regardless of weather conditions.

Visitors can explore the city’s attractions effortlessly, as well, via the free downtown light rail transit, the CTrain, powered entirely by wind energy. With easy access to landmarks such as the Calgary Tower and the National Music Centre, attendees can immerse themselves in Calgary’s culture and popular attractions with minimal environmental impact.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Calgary offers North America’s most extensive urban pathway network, offering scenic routes for walking, biking or even e-scootering between venues, hotels and dining establishments.

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