Planes, trains and automobiles…there are lots of ways to get to Alberta. Fly in to one of our three international airports. Take the train. Drive across at any of six ports of entry along the Canada/U.S. border.
Alberta covers a lot of territory but it’s easy to get around. Wide shouldered paved highways criss-cross the province and a network of excellent secondary roads connect all the dots.
Here's a bunch of stuff that's good to know before you get here. You'll find everything from packing tips to park entry and wildlife safety. Read on.
Located in western Canada, the province of Alberta is bordered by the Canadian Rocky Mountains to the west and vast prairies and badlands to the east.
Alberta is a four-season destination. Our province is ranked number one by Environment Canada for having the most comfortable weather overall in Canada.
Cellphone coverage in Alberta is widely available. You’ll find 3G and 4G networks throughout the province, with Canada’s fastest 4G LTE network available in many urban centres.