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Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking places on earth, as beautiful as it is varied in landscape and experiences. Picture a beautiful land of boreal forests, towering mountains, deep glacial lakes, rushing rivers and an abundance of extraordinary wildlife. Get out into nature and hike, cycle, horseback ride or climb mountains in pristine national parks. Release your inner cowboy as you herd cattle on a ranch vacation. You’ll never forget canoeing or cruise Alberta’s glacier-fed lakes and rivers with wildlife grazing at the water’s edge. Stay in mountain lodges and cabins that are as rustic or lavish as you like. Take a luxury train ride through the Canadian Rockies. Experience the thrill of rodeo and ranch life. Explore the Canadian Badlands, home to some of the greatest dinosaur finds in the world. Alberta is home to five national parks and hundreds of provincial parks, some of which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The international gateway cities of Edmonton and Calgary offer exceptional urban experiences – luxury accommodation, fine dining, endless shopping and vibrant arts and cultural scene.
Discover Alberta’s key destinations:
Set dramatically between prairies and peaks, the Stampede City of Calgary is a modern urban landscape surrounded by natural grandeur.
Alberta's Capital, Edmonton knows how to have fun. This "Festival City” is always celebrating something, from music, film, and theatre, to heritage, food, accordions, dragon boats, and even winter.
Dazzling peaks, lush mountain meadows, turquoise glacial lakes, virgin forest, towering waterfalls and ancient glaciers – take it all in by rail, road, helicopter tour or on foot or bike.
Nestled high in the Canadian Rockies, Banff is a town that makes you feel at home and exhilarated with wonder all at the same time.
Jasper offers a picturesque mountain getaway surrounded by towering peaks, untouched wilderness and turquoise lakes tucked into alpine valleys.
This alpine lake, known for its sparkling blue waters, is situated at the base of impressive glacier-clad peaks that have long been at the heart of Canadian mountaineering.