The Family Friendly Bellevue Underground Mine
We supply each visitor with a helmet and a lamp,
but it would be wise to dress warmly as the mine sits
at an average temperature of 0 to 2 degrees
Celsius (32 to 35.6 degrees Fahrenheit)!
Authentic Underground Coal Mining Tour
Circa: 1903 - 1961
We are located in Bellevue, Alberta of the Crowsnest Pass
2531 - 213 St., Bellevue: right by the Old Dairy Ice Cream Shop parking lot.
These GPS co-ordinates will get you to the entrance road of the Bellevue Mine.
N 49.58175 degree ° W 114.36725°
Box 519 Bellevue, AB. T0K 0C0
Off-season hours: 9AM to 5PM
Monday to Friday until mid May
At this time, pre-booked tours of
15 or more people will take
precedence; however, public tours
will run based on the availability of
our Head Interpreter (on a first-
come, first-served basis).
Intersted in visiting both the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and the Bellevue Mine?
OFF-SEASON and other GROUP TOURS can
be pre-booked through:
Frank Slide Interpretive Centre (1.403.562.7388)
ADVENTURE AWAITS YOU!
Our museum collection consists of artifacts
found on the Bellevue Mine site.
We also collect underground mining objects
used between 1900 and 1960.
* Relax and have a picnic * Enjoy the beautiful scenery *
* Shop for unique gifts and souvenirs *
*Stroller and wheelchair accessible * Free RV parking *
The Mantrip Project
The Mantrip Project is a Database collection that contains over 9200 Names, Histories, Duties and Stories of the men who worked the Coal Mines of the Crowsnest Pass.