|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
Rocky Mountain Escape offers private, secluded log cabin accommodation and a variety of year-round, nature-oriented activities. Nestled amongst the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, adjacent to Jasper National Park and vast, undeveloped Willmore Wilderness, we cater to visitors looking for a quiet, scenic, non-touristy mountain experience.
All accommodation is located on the bank of the Peace River. Choose from full service cabins, a large river-view house suite, or more rustic wall tents. We offer cabin rentals canoe and kayak rentals, guided trips and group facilities. Open May to October. Visit the website for more info!
Stay 2 consecutive nights at our best available rate and your 3rd night is free. Offer valid Sunday-Thursday and based on availability. Cannot be combined with other specials or discounts and subject to applicable taxes. Not valid on holidays or blackout dates. 3rd night must be used during same stay.
This is the tastiest two blocks you will ever walk. Join us for impeccable food from two great restaurants, along with tea, wine and cheese tastings. You will even get a sweet take-home treat. Save 10% off this food tour by using the promo code Travel Alberta when booking.
Fairmont Gold - the epitome of elegance and splendor. You’ll enjoy special privileges and personalized service by a dedicated Fairmont Gold Supervisor who’ll ensure your stay is nothing short of memorable. In the exclusive Fairmont Gold Lounge you’ll be treated to a complimentary deluxe breakfast buffet each morning.
Starting and finishing at the Shaw Conference Centre, the Edmonton Marathon takes participants on a route that overlooks Edmonton’s beautiful River Valley and cuts through several of they city’s historic and scenic neighborhoods.
The Grande Prairie Museum and Heritage Discovery Centre invite families to holiday crafts this Easter weekend. Dates: Saturday, April 15th and Sunday, April 16th. Times: 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Grande Prairie Museum, Community Room 10329 101 Ave. Entrance and parking at Muskoseepi Park, 102 Ave and 102 St. AND Heritage Discovery Centre, Rotary Learning Room 11330 106 St., Lower level Centre 2000. Cost: Free. All supplies are provided free of charge to visitors What to Expect: Crafts vary by day and location so visitors can visit both facilities throughout the weekend.
1914: war is declared in Europe. Not yet 10 years old, the young province of Alberta sends its sons and daughters overseas while those who remain at home struggle with a challenging new reality. Alberta & the Great War is an immersive, interactive exhibition that explores the impact of the conflict both abroad and at home. Connect with people and stories, objects and experiences as you learn more about Alberta and the ‘war to end all wars’.