Grande Cache is located in northern Alberta and is surrounded by the Canadian Rockies. The town includes a rich Indigenous history and is surrounded by four major rivers including the Smoky, Sulphur, Muskeg and Sheep Creek.
You will find a wealth of sparkling lakes, rushing rivers, wilderness trails and outdoor activities in this beautiful community. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, rafting, golfing, horseback riding and fishing among many other activities, and don’t forget to hike up to the cliff top viewpoint of the spectacular Sulphur Gates where the Smoky and Sulphur Rivers meet.
Join the Grande Cache Recreation Centre where there is something for everyone. The centre features an ice surface, indoor playroom, aquatic centre, curling rink, climbing cave and much more. Extreme sports enthusiasts will find many opportunities to challenge Mother Nature including the 125-kilometer Canadian Death Race which is considered one of the world’s toughest adventure races, passing over three mountain summits and a major river crossing.
The Grande Cache Community Health Complex is an acute care facility offering services in pediatrics, rehabilitation, X-ray and laboratory services, palliative care services and an aboriginal health liaison. AHS offers a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team, professional development opportunities, and skills development in all aspect of nursing including cardiac, trauma, general medicine and ER.
To learn more about Grande Cache visit the community website.