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Bowness is a community district in west Calgary. It was an autonomous town until 1964, when it was amalgamated by Calgary. The neighbourhood is bordered by the Bow River on the north and east, 16th Avenue on the south, and Stoney Trail on the west. Immediately over the river to the east lies the community of Montgomery, itself an autonomous town until Calgary amalgamated it in 1963. On the northwest end of the community is one of Calgary's most popular parks, Bowness Park. The park sits between the Bow River and a lagoon, and is popular for picnics, summer sports, ice skating in the winter, and boating. It is also part of the city's large pedestrian pathway network.
The well-established community of Bowness is located in the northwest quadrant of Calgary. The population of Bowness is just shy of 12,000 with approximately fifty percent of the population between the ages of 35 and 64. The homes in the Bowness area are modest and largely weighted towards single detached, with a subset of apartments and a low number of semi-detached homes (City of Calgary, 2012).
Bowness borders Bowmont Park Natural Area, Baker Park and Bowness Park. Bordering the Bow River, Bowmont Park is one of Calgary’s premier parks with 164 hectares of land and several sporting fields. For the skiers, Calgary’s Canada Olympic Park is a stone’s throw away.
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