Three Sisters Mountain Village (TSMV) is a beautiful alpine resort adjacent to the Town of Canmore, Alberta in the Bow River Valley of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Three Sisters mountains sit majestically overlooking this 2,000 acres village which is only five minutes from Banff National Park and 45-minutes from the bustling city of Calgary.
The Three Sisters peaks (known individually as Big Sister, Middle Sister and Little Sister) were named by Albert Rogers in 1883, after a heavy snowstorm made the trio appear as three praying nuns. The Sisters' profile has become an icon of Canmore and as well, their beauty has become an inspiration for numerous local artists. Their everlasting image has been photographed, painted, sculpted and even imprinted on delicate jewellery.
Over a hundred years after the Three Sisters were named, development of a mountain village at their base has begun. Three Sisters properties are coveted not only for the majestic mountains setting, but also because this village is the last significant project to be developed in this protected area. Wildlife corridors and restriction on further development are in place to ensure that the surrounding unspoiled landscape will remain as such for local residents and visitors.
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