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Canadian Culture Culture, Heritage & Arts

Want the quintessential Canadian experience? Start by hiking to a striking blue glacier lake with a picnic lunch of smoked trout and butter tarts. Then learn to ice skate while kids who just learned to walk do circles around you. And make sure to tell everyone about that one time you went camping and saw a grizzly bear and a moose hanging out. • Only here: Watch a re-enactment of early horseback prowess with Fort Macleod’s Northwest Mounted Police Musical Ride. • Try it: There’s no experience required to get super-Canadian in an Alberta winter. Snowshoe nearly anywhere in the province, road trip through glacier country and finish with a game meat charcuterie board and local brew by a crackling fire. 

Viking battles, fjord horses, Scandinavian dancing - all of it and more came to Red Deer on June 24th. To commemorate the Norwegian Laft Hus Society's 30th anniversary, volunteers held a festival that the city won't soon forget.

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Lake Louise | Paddy Pallin

Dressing up in costumes, going to parties or hosting one. Decorating and baking scary types of foods and sweet treats. But for a lot of others, it’s the thrill of pushing your fear boundaries to get that adrenaline rush.

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Calgary Flames NHL Package

Enjoy the thrill of a Calgary Flames hockey game and the luxury of Fairmont Palliser with the Calgary Flames NHL Hockey Package. This package includes: overnight accommodation in a Fairmont room, with complimentary upgrade based on availability & two tickets to a Calgary Flames hockey game.

Expires: 2018-03-31
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Museum Package

Overnight stay in a standard room with hot breakfast buffet for two, two passes to Medalta Museum & Medalta souvenir, two passes to the Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre.

Expires: 2017-11-29
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Edmonton Craft Beer Tour

Add a little hoppy, frothy goodness to your stay as you are taken on a journey through Edmonton’s thriving craft beer scene. Discover how passionate tap pullers and a thirst for good beer quickly evolved into a local liquid obsession. Open year round. Mention "Travel Alberta" to secure discount.

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Bodo Archaeological Site and Centre

Bodo, Alberta

Experience archaeology in action at The Bodo Archaeological Site, one of the largest and most well-preserved pre-contact archaeological areas in Western Canada. Visitors are offered guided tours of the archaeological site and interpretive center, and even have the chance to participate in the ongoing excavation of the site. In addition to tours of the site, our programs also feature plant hikes to learn about flora and fauna used by Aboriginal ancestors, trips to see a bison rubbing stone, and hands-on activities such as traditional pottery making and flint knapping. Please visit our website for more information.

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Brooks and District Museum

Brooks, Alberta
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Located in Brooks and close to Alberta's largest manmade lake, Lake Newell, the Brooks and District Museum Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Brooks and District Museum and situated adjacent to the Kiwanis Campground. We are open for 10 months of the year and provide free WiFi, a small gift shop with locally made products and hot and cold beverages. Our friendly knowledgeable staff will help direct you to your destination and provide travel recommendations for attractions in the area and for the province of Alberta.

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Plain of the Six Glaciers

Lake Louise, Alberta

The 10.6 km round-trip trail to the Plain of Six Glaciers offers sweeping views of Mount Lefroy and Mount Victoria, glaciers, peaks and mountain creeks. Gain 365 m on a well-maintained trail before arriving at the Plain of Six Glaciers and its famed seasonal mountain teahouse. Savour lunch on the porch and watch avalanches tumble from Victoria Glacier. Note: This trail is subject to avalanche hazard from November through April. In May and June, conditions are variable. Check the Banff National Park Trail Report before departing.

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Peace River Pow Wow & Aboriginal Gathering

Peace River, Alberta
2018-06-02 To 2018-06-03 MST

We welcome everyone to come and participate in the 15th Annual Peace River Pow Wow on June 2 & 3, 2017. We have free camping, no open fires though and it is free to attend Pow Wow daily. We have Authentic Indigenous Crafts made on Turtle Island. Grande Entries are Saturday at 1 pm and 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm. We will celebrate our Aboriginal Graduates on Sunday June 3 at 3 pm presenting them with Eagle Feathers, Certificate from MLA and Honor Dance. We have the best Indigenous Food Vendors in Alberta attending the Pow Wow from neckbones to bannock burgers we got the whole experience.

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Wild mountain rafting weekend

Hinton, Alberta
2017-07-14 To 2017-07-16 MST

July 14th -16th. Make your Wild Mountain Music Festival weekend extra exciting and memorable with a rafting adventure!! Come and enjoy a relaxing float down the Athabasca River with Hinton Rafting Adventures. This tour is a great way to see the Hinton area while you’re on your visiting for the music festival. Call to book your tour.

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Bull Riders Canada Finals

Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
2017-12-01 To 2017-12-02 MST

Two days of heart-stopping action! Watch some of Canada's toughest cowboys face off against some of Canada's rankest bulls to become the Canadian Champion!Doors open at 6:00pm on both nights and the action starts at 7:00pm!Don't forget to visit the Beer Gardens!Don't miss the BRC Finals Cabaret on Saturday December 2nd!

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