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This southwestern Canadian province boasts incredible natural beauty, particularly Banff National Park, as well as large population centers. Selecting one of our first-class Edmonton hotels matches perfectly with attending the annual Canadian Finals Rodeo or Edmonton Oilers NHL matches at Rexall Place. If you are going to the annual Calgary Stampede, consider a discount Calgary hotel to keep dollars in your pocket. We offer the information you need for a wide selection of accommodations at the very lowest prices.

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Best Alberta Parks

Banff National Park

Canada’s first National Park is found in the Rocky Mountain region of Alberta, and its natural beauty and plethora of recreational activities attracts millions of visitors each year. The Park encompasses the town of Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper, connected by the scenic Icefields Parkway. You can see valleys, glaciers, forests, moose, elk and bison, visit an historic bathhouse in Upper Hot Springs, explore an old time taxidermy collection at a natural history museum, or photograph entertaining harlequin ducks. Hiking, climbing, horseback riding, skiing and exploring the Columbia Icefield Glacier – you will never run out of things to do at this UNESCO World Heritage Site!  Find Hotels near Banff National Park.

Calaway Park

The new ride Mind Blaster is enough to get you to come to this fun park, spinning, rolling, up down, back and forth – it’s a thrill a second! More excitement is found on 35 rides, including the Shoot the Chutes log slide, the gravity-defying Storm and the coaster, Vortex. Plenty of kid-sized rides are provided to make the littlest members of your family smile; family-friendly magic and music shows plus special events ice the cake. Find Hotels near Calaway Park.

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Cypress Hills, the first Interprovincial Park in the country, borders Alberta and Saskatchewan. A structure of a dozen connecting hiking trails gets you close to nature, including 29 km of The Trans Canada Trail. An extensive array of animals, birds, fish, flowers and plants await you – look for 14 delicate orchid species. Interpretive bus tours and nature walks are available, marina facilities are located on Elkwater Lake, and Hidden Valley Ski Area offers skiers the opportunity to slide down the slopes. Visit historical St. Margaret’s Church for a little quiet reflection. Find Hotels near Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.

Dinosaur Provincial Park

A century of excavations has unearthed over 150 dinosaur skeletons, adding appeal to this park’s valleys, hills and hoodoos of the Grassland Natural Region. The Visitor Centre offers exhibit galleries and a theatre; there are 2 outdoor fossil display buildings and five self-guided trails available. Make reservations ahead of time for the 2 hour tour of the park’s best features or a popular sunset tour. Nearby Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller is a great side visit. Find Hotels near Dinosaur Provincial Park.

Jasper National Park

Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 2 million visitors a year enjoy the beauty of Jasper’s incredible Rocky Mountain setting. Following the scenic Icefields Parkway northward from Banff National Park, you can see Athabasca, the most-visited glacier on the continent. The park offers 1000 km of hiking trails and 300 km available for biking or horseback riding, all perfect for wildlife viewing – bring your camera! Find Hotels near Jasper National Park.

Wood Buffalo National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the country's largest National Park and one of the largest in the world. The park protects a portion of the Northern Boreal Plains, the last remaining wild nesting area of the endangered whooping crane, and is home to a free-roaming wild bison herd. View the dazzling Aurora Borealis and experience the flavor of the Salt Plains. Find Hotels near Wood Buffalo National Park.

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Alberta Overview

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Alberta is a southwestern province of Canada, sharing its southern border with U.S. state, Montana. Over two-thirds of Alberta’s population lives in the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor, with over two million residents. Both cities have excellent public transit systems, including light rail, along with international airports. Summers are especially pleasant, with highs approaching a mild 70 degrees.

Capital city, Edmonton, is located mid-province and offers a variety of Alberta hotels. Along with the Government House’s renowned art collection, visitors also enjoy touring the province’s oldest and largest university, the University of Alberta. Rexall Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers which boast five Stanley Cup pennants; the Canadian Finals Rodeo is held here every November as well. Visiting the end of July? You can’t miss the ten-day festival, Capital EX! West Edmonton Mall is the largest indoor shopping/entertainment complex in the world. You can bike, golf, ice skate and ski at nearby North Saskatchewan River Valley Park, largest in North America.

Calgary, about 300 km south of Edmonton, is Alberta’s most populous city; it is well-known for the Annual Calgary Stampede, when over a million people descend for the largest, multi-day rodeo and exhibition in the world. Get around this city easily on the CTrain. The CFL Calgary Stampeders and NHL Flames enjoy great popularity as does the famous Calgary Zoo.

The Trans-Canada Highway leads visitors west of Calgary about an hour and a half to Banff National Park, oldest in Canada and drawing the greatest number of tourists. This Rocky Mountain setting offers dense forests, spectacular glaciers and hiking, skiing, climbing, horseback riding and other recreational opportunities. Within the Park is the town of Banff; summertime brings the annual Mountain Film Festival to Banff Centre.

Banff National Park also contains a “Diamond in the Wilderness”, Lake Louise, offering excellent skiing and dazzling scenery. Plan to drive  to Jasper along the scenic Icefields Parkway – you won’t regret it! Jasper National Park, along with Banff and two other adjacent parks, has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasting a splendid display of waterfalls, hot springs, caves and canyons. Watch for the many tunnels and overpasses which have been constructed throughout the province, at great expense, to allow animals to move without being endangered by highway traffic.

Drumheller Valley, located northeast of Calgary in the Canadian Badlands, is known as the "Dinosaur Capital of The World”. Wood Buffalo National Park is the largest in size in Canada; look for a wood bison and one of the rare nesting sites of endangered whooping cranes, plus enjoy endless water activities on sparkling Lake Claire. For some of the best pike and lake trout fishing in the world, check out the 3,000 square mile Lake Athabasca in the northeastern corner of the province.

To describe Alberta in a few paragraphs is difficult, as there is much to do and see. Start planning your best vacation ever, today!

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