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Village Ice Cream in Calgary
Dinosaur Provincial Park
Dining Norquay Banff National Park
Drinking hot chocolate with Mount Rundle in the background

Where is Alberta?

Flight times from Los Angeles
Direct flight to Edmonton3 h 25 min
Direct flight to Calgary3 h 10 min
Getting Here

Accommodation

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Castle Mountain Ski Lodge

Pincher Creek, Alberta

Castle Mountain central reservations will help you find suitable ski-in, ski-out accommodations from a selection of various on-hill cabins and condos. This is a great option for groups, families and long term guests all year long. Ski 'n Sleep packages are also available.

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Adanac Adventures

Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

Looking for a great getaway? Mountain views, wildlife, outdoor recreation and adventures are waiting for you at Adanac Adventures. We are located in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, nestled on a forested five acre property. We have 4 fully-serviced year-round cabins, 8 power camping sites and various tenting spots. Other guest amenities include a barbecue and picnic area, large fire-pit area, walking trails, park area, and seasonal store. Enjoy views of the famous Frank Slide (Turtle Mountain) from your cabin or site. ATV or snowmobile right from your cabin or campsite. Book your adventure today!

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Sheep Creek Back Country Lodge

Grande Prairie, Alberta

Discover a mountain get-away where the trappings of civilization fall away. Our cabins are nestled deep in the rockies by Grande Cache by Willmore Wilderness Park, accessable, but off the beaten track. Perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in

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Travel Offers

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Wildlife Tour + Chairlift + Lake Cruise

Take a guided safari to see local wildlife, cruise down majestic Lake Minnewanka, and ride a chairlift high above Banff with this amazing package.

Expires: 2017-09-10
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Mine and Dine

Take a step back to 1937 and the first day of a coal miner in the Drumheller Valley. Discover the area’s culture first-hand at two historic sites...Rub shoulders with miners, wear work clothes and handle artefacts before unwinding with a Hungarian-style meal. June 10, August 19, September 9, October 14.

Expires: 2017-09-08
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H20 Boots and Beef

Raft for four and a half hours on our full jaunty raft trip, enjoy a steak BBQ, then camp (one night of camping included) or rent a cabin at Mukwah and hike the next day at Ya Ha Tinda. Two days of fun and food. See itinerary for full details.

Expires: 2017-09-13
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What's Happening in Alberta?

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National Aboriginal Day

Fort Macleod, Alberta
2017-06-21 to 2017-06-21 MST

National Aboriginal Day - Wednesday June 21st 10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. In the "Moon of the Longest Day", we celebrate First Nations' contribution to Canadian society. Experience the sound and spectacle of drumming and dancing. Interact with our performers. Listen to Blackfoot Elders tell stories about the plains buffalo culture. Guided facility tours, a live display of Alberta Birds of Prey, and indigenous food sampling are all included. Try your hand at Atl Atl throwing, an ancient hunting technique.

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Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience at TELUS Spark

Calgary, Alberta
2017-02-04 to 2017-06-05 MST

Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience is coming to Calgary’s science centre February 4-June 4, 2017. Experience a “career day” at the Starfleet Academy. Test your knowledge and skills to discover what your true ranking would be in a Starfleet career – will you be a Medical, Engineering or Science Officer, or even a Commander? Exciting possibilities await in this immersive and interactive experience that appeals to life-long fans and new Star Trek enthusiasts alike.

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Sinister 7 Ultra

Crowsnest Pass, Alberta
2017-07-07 to 2017-07-09 MST

This race may be the greatest challenge of your life. The 100 mile (161 km) course will take you through the most rugged, remote and beautiful terrain in Alberta's southern Rockies. With 5,687m of elevation gain, this race will punish those who are not prepared. Sinister 7 is open to solos or teams of up to seven, and racers have 30 hours to complete the gruelling event. The course is split into seven stages, each featuring geographic and historic highlights of the area. The race is inspired by the treacherous Seven Sisters Mountain that looms over much of the course.

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