Destination Alberta!

Medicine Lake
Located in Jasper National Park, Medicine Lake is still a little-unknown, but will amaze you. It stretches for about 7 km and is characterized by a water level that varies greatly between seasons. The First Nations believed that the lake had magical powers, but it is rather thanks to an underground drainage system that its water level flows so drastically. Plan your visit



Waterton Lakes National Park
Still little known to tourists, this park promises breathtaking views away from the crowds. The three Waterton Lakes are nestled between two mountain ranges and offer a spectacle for the eyes. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and recognized as an International Peace Park and Biosphere Reserve, it is the only park in the world to have all three designations! Discover the park



Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park
Located in the southern part of the province, this provincial park contains thousands of rock paintings and engravings dating back more than 10,000 years. With guided tours, you can learn all about the history of this park. For relaxation, there are also a multitude of activities such as canoeing, fishing and camping. Explore the park




Banff National Park
To discover Banff in its entirety, you need to allow plenty of time! Banff National Park is a must-see, no matter what the season. There is no shortage of outdoor activities: hiking, skiing, mountain biking, camping, hot springs, golf, and more. Lake Louise and Moraine Lake are certainly attractions not to be missed. Plan your visit to Banff




Jasper National Park
To get to Jasper National Park from Banff, you will have to take the Icefields Parkway, certainly one of the most beautiful roads in the world. It is Canada's largest national park, where you can discover natural attractions such as the Athabasca Glacier, Maligne Lake and Spirit Island. An outdoor paradise where you can observe wildlife and spot elk, moose, Canadian bighorn sheep and bears. Explore the park



In Edmonton, there is no shortage of activities! There are many green spaces where you can get a breath of fresh air. The North Saskatchewan River Valley offers trails for biking, running, golf courses and more. It is an extensive park system that is 22 times the size of Central Park. For history buffs, the Art Gallery of Alberta will amaze you with over 6,000 paintings, sculptures and installations. Plan your visit



A trip to Alberta would not be complete without a visit to the city of Calgary. The city's iconic tower is a must see...if you're not afraid of heights! The Calgary Aerospace Museum, which exhibits more than 24 aircraft and 58 aeronautical devices will attract aviation enthusiasts like us. Prince's Island Park offers green spaces and oases perfect for relaxation. Plan your visit

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