Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta
Edmonton skyline, Alberta
Banff National Park, Alberta
Herbert Lake, Alberta
Lake Anette, Alberta
Lake Louise, Alberta
Calgary skyline, Alberta
Twilight Spirit Island, Alberta
Two Jack Lake, Banff National Park

A truly thrilling destination

Adventurous travellers and those who are wild at heart will quickly fall in love with this outdoor playground. Home to some of Canada’s most incredible national parks, it’s a destination that’s exhilarating all year round.

From Lake Louise’s stunning natural beauty, to Calgary’s Wild West fun, Alberta is a joyous region that takes you away from the norm.

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Alberta Locations

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Canmore & Kananaskis

Located between Calgary and Banff, the villages of Canmore and Kananaskis offer a great base to explore. With easy access to Alberta’s pristine natural wilderness and amazing outdoor activities, you can enjoy hiking and biking on your doorstep.

Edmonton

Don’t let its northerly location fool you, the bustling cosmopolitan city of Edmonton offers plenty to do all year-round. Explore the delightful River Valley Park system with miles of walking, biking and skiing trails.

Jasper

Set amid the Jasper National Park, enjoying spectacular mountain vistas, Jasper is a charming Alpine town offering easy access to an abundance of mountain trails for hikers of all levels and abilities. Head an hour’s drive south to the awe-inspiring, glacier laden Columbia Icefield.

Lake Louise

Located in the Banff National Park, the turquoise, glacier fed waters of Lake Louise are a true natural wonder. Lake Louise is great for canoeing and kayaking in the summer and as a skating rink in the winter all against an awe-inspiring mountain backdrop.

Banff

Set against the towering peaks of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and amid the pristine wilderness of Banff National Park, the town of Banff oozes a sophisticated resort charm. Stroll Banff Avenue and take in the array of trendy boutiques and restaurants, mixed with chateau style hotels.

Calgary

Historically known as the gateway to the Canadian Rockies, nowadays the cosmopolitan city of Calgary is a compelling destination in its own right. Calgary’s strong wild-west culture blends effortlessly with the glittering skyscrapers and myriad galleries, theatres and boutique hotels on offer.

Waterton Lakes National Park

Despite being the smallest national park in Southern Alberta, Waterton Lake's beauty is immense. Nestled between the Canadian Rocky Mountains and the prairies, and graced by the presence of elks, wolverines, moose, bobcats and grizzly bears, this charming spot is sure to take your breath away.

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