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Winter Night Lights

Heritage Ranch sleigh and carriage driver Bud Smith works at the ranch where about 20,000 LED lights and floods will light up the trail this winter. For the first time, Heritage Ranch is offering Winter Night Lights rides through the park.

Heritage Ranch sleigh and carriage driver Bud Smith works at the ranch where about 20,000 LED lights and floods will light up the trail this winter. For the first time, Heritage Ranch is offering Winter Night Lights rides through the park. Starting Thursday, participants will ride in horse-drawn sleighs and carriages along the snowy paths at the ranch through the forest where the lights will glisten off the snowy branches and forest floor. Rides begin daily at 4 p.m. and run every 45 minutes to an hour after that into the evening. For information and bookings contact the ranch at 403-347-4977 or go to bookings@heritageranch.ca.

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