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On May 27 & 28 or May 31 & June 1, learn what makes the Canadian Badlands a world-class destination for dinosaur hunters. You'll be led on a guided hike with a local expert to hunt for fossils. Includes 2 nights accommodation and all meals.
Tigers, cougars, lions, and wolves. Meet all the cats eye to eye, and walk with an orphaned timber wolf. Includes admission to the park, big cat tour for up to 6 people. Wolf walk for up to 4 people. Package price includes photo with a bear and beaver.
The Drumheller Dinosaur & Comic Expo is Drumheller’s premier comic expo which for 2 days celebrates all things science fiction, comic book, gaming, anime, cartoon, collectible, horror, and dinosaur related. Drumheller is a place like no other, with a population of over 8,000 people it also attracts thousands of visitors every year. Drumheller is home to the World’s Largest Dinosaur, Hoodoos, The Royal Tyrell Museum, Atlas Coal Mine, Dinosaur Fossils, and The Canadian Badlands Passion Play. Drumheller has been featured in movies such as Seventh Son, Superman 1978, Nightbreed, Shanghai Noon, Wild America, Koi…Mil Gaya, And many many more.Our Goals are to strive toward creating quality events for all in attendance to make sure you leave with great new memories. Our hope is that we will be able to continue improving this event every year so we can share our passion with others.
The May Classic Tournament welcomes horses and riders to the first outdoor tournament of the season - Calgary spring weather permitting! Come to Spruce Meadows not only to view the competitions, but also to visit our new-born foals and enjoy the tulips in bloom. Competitions in this Tournament range from 0.50m to 1.20m. A food concession is available to help you enjoy your experience at Spruce Meadows. Admission and parking are complimentary.
Celebrate summer in a World Heritage Site at the Waterton Wildflower Festival. Waterton Lakes National Park, the wildflower capital of Canada, is home to half of all the wildflower species found in Alberta. Enjoy expert-guided walks, workshops and presentations where you can learn to identify different species, see wildflowers from horseback, and learn about wildflower photography and painting.