Accommodations in Crowsnest Pass

Your complete and updated Visitor Guide [last updated November 8, 2023]

This accommodation listing includes places to stay in and a short drive from Crowsnest Pass. It includes bed and breakfasts, cabins and cottages, hotels and motels, vacation homes, and camping options for RVs and tenters. Included in this Visitor Guide is also the Burmis area, located to the east of Crowsnest Pass and less than a 20-minute drive from Crowsnest Pass and Beaver Mines. To learn more about one of the accommodations, simply click on the picture or text for the property of interest and this will go to their website.

In the listings, we have included the community in which the accommodation is located. The Municipality of Crowsnest Pass is made up of several communities and several of them were their own towns. In 1979, the small towns that once supported coal mining, amalgamated to become Crowsnest Pass. Listed in order from west to east, you will find the communities labelled as 'Tecumseh' (further west), 'Coleman', 'Blairmore',  'Frank', 'Bellevue', and 'Hillcrest' (furthest east).

Cabins and Cottages

The cabins and cottages listed below are independently owned and are not listed as a vacation home. You may also find cabins and cottages listed under vacation homes.

Vacation Homes

Vacation homes refer to accommodations that you can find on Airbnb or VRBO. In Crownsest Pass there is a bylaw that these homes must have a registered business license with the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass. You will find a variety of accommodation types under this listing from cabins to condos to luxury homes to ensuites and more.


Crowsnest Pass has privately owned or managed campgrounds which support powered and unpowered RV sites and tents. Some government run campgrounds operated by our provincial government are within close proximity to town.

Bellevue Campground

Crowsnest Pass community location: Bellevue


Burmis is located approximately a 20-minute drive from Crowsnest Pass, located to the east. It is situated fairly central between Crowsnest Pass, Pincher Creek and Beaver Mines. Several of these accommodations are a short distance to Crowsnest River, which has world class flyfishing. If you book one of these places, you are further away from amenities; however, it will be a peaceful vacation.

We split Burmis up into south and north. North means the property is located north of highway 3 and south means the property is located (you guessed it) south of highway 3.

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