Alberta | Edmonton | Drumheller | Warterton Lakes | Road Trips | Self Drive Vacations
Neighbouring British Columbia, Alberta’s western boundary runs through the spectacular Canadian Rocky Mountains.
With some of the most stunning alpine landscapes within the country, this diverse province also boasts sweeping prairies, rolling farmland, lush forests and beautiful lakes..
Alberta | Edmonton | Drumheller | Warterton Lakes INTRODUCTION
Waterton Lakes National Park is a rare gem tucked into the south-western corner of Alberta.
In this breathtaking part of the world the majestic Rocky Mountains rise suddenly out of the rolling prairies, an ancient landscape where ice-age glaciers have carved out valleys now filled by crystal-clear lakes.
Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located about two hours drive east of Calgary, amidst striking badland topography.
Known for being one of the greatest dinosaur fossil beds in the world, thirty-nine dinosaur species, dating back more than 75 million years, have been discovered here and more than 500 specimens have been removed for exhibition in museums worldwide.
To the north set on the northern shores of the Saskatchewan River, Edmonton is the capital of Alberta.
Fuelled by this underground asset Edmonton has boomed into a super-modern, climate-defying phenomenon.
It is home to the world’s largest shopping centre, West Edmonton Mall, which numbers the world’s largest amusement park amongst its attractions.
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