Alberta, Canada Off Roading adventures provides an opportunity to explore the wilderness areas of Alberta via backcountry trails, gravel roads, fire roads, cut lines, sand flats and forestry and mining access roads. Transportation for an off road adventure could be a 4x4, SUV, dirt bike, dune buggy or ATV. There are many designated off road areas in the province. Many are maintained by off road associations or community groups.
Throughout Alberta, Canada there are off road tour operators providing daily and multi day adventures. The operators provide the knowledge and experience of the terrain plus the equipment, guide and lessons if necessary. Most off-roading multi day tour providers include meals, entertainment, as well as, accommodations. For all outdoor enthusiasts including those who arrive in Alberta with their dirt bike, ATV or dune buggy we encourage staying on the trails and respecting others who you share the trail with.
In the North Alberta region some of the off roading areas include the Timeu Creek OHV Recreation Area near Barrhead and Shuttler Flats located near Grande Prairie. Throughout Central Alberta some of the off roading destinations include the Redwater Natural Area and the North of Bruderheim Natural Area located near Edmonton; Mountain Park and the Brule Lake Sand Dunes near Hinton; Brown Creek and Snow Creek near Nordegg; Jackfish Lake and South Fork near Rocky Mountain House and Dead Horse Meadows and the Ambler Mountain Trail near Grande Cache. In the South Alberta region the off roading destinations include Fallen Timber and South Ghost located near Cochrane; the McLean Creek OHV Recreation Area located near Calgary and Beaver Creek located near Waterton Lakes National Park.
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