Alberta, Canada Travel & Adventure Guide
The Province of Alberta is located in Western Canada. The province is best known for its Rocky Mountain wilderness parks, historic sites, prairie grasslands, wetlands, hoodoos and coulees.
The Alberta, Canada mountain ranges, lakes, man-made reservoirs, white water rivers, wetlands, wildlife and rolling hills provide many year round adventures and activities.
The province is considered a top adventure destination in Canada for activities like golfing, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, camping, birding, wind sports, mountain biking, cycling, backpacking, downhill skiing, snowboarding, xc skiing, heli skiing and snowmobiling.
The main tourism communities located in the Alberta, Canada include
Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise, Canmore, Red Deer, Brooks, Drumheller, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Waterton Lakes, Vulcan and Grand Prairie.
The tourism cities, towns and villages listed on our Alberta eh Travel & Adventure website provide many of the amenities and services important to travelers including tours, guides, attractions, charters, outfitters, transportation and accommodations including ski resorts, chalets, cottages, outfitter lodges, hotels, motels, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, hostels and much more. (go to individual communities for contact information)
Some of the top outdoor sightseeing destinations in the region include
Maligne Canyon & Columbia Icefield (Jasper); Sulfur Mtn. & Bow Falls (Banff); Grotto Canyon Trail & Grassi Lake Trail (Canmore); Elk Island National Park (Edmonton); Red Deer Gaetz Sanctuary (Red Deer); Rocky Mountain House Historic Site (Rocky Mountain House); Dinosaur Provincial Park (Brooks); Blackfoot Crossing, Fort Calgary, Nose Hill, & Prince's Island (Calgary); Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (Fort MacLoed); Midland Provincial Park & Horsethief Canyon (Drumheller); Indian Battle Park & Writing on Stone Provincial Park (Lethbridge); Saamis Tepee (Medicine Hat); Star Trek Station (Vulcan) and the Frank Lake Conservation Area (High River).
Some of the top activity and adventure destinations in the region include
Banff National Park (Banff); Jasper National Park (Jasper); Ha Ling Trail & Galatea Trail (Canmore); North Saskatchewan River Valley (Edmonton); Willmore Wilderness Park (Grande Cache); Gleniffer Lake (Innisfail); Sylvan Lake (Red Deer); Glenmore Lake & Fish Creek Provincial Park (Calgary); Ghost Reservoir Lake (Cochrane); Henderson Lake & Alexander Wilderness Park (Lethbridge); Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park & Police Point Park (Medicine Hat); Sheep River Park (Okotoks) and Waterton Lakes National Park (Waterton).
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