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Alberta has an almost unfair share of natural splendour, with a range of national parks and unique natural attractions that draw visitors from around the globe. If you’ve ever seen a postcard of the Rocky Mountains with towering, snow-covered peaks and dark green pine-clad slopes leading down to waters that are almost unbelievably turquoise, the chances are good you’ve been introduced to Alberta.

As well as the scenically stunning Rocky Mountains in the southwest, Alberta includes vast areas of prairie in the south and boreal forest in the north, swathes of fertile parkland (including the corridor that runs from Calgary up to Edmonton) and, in the southeast, the Alberta badlands – with deep canyons, dramatic rock formations and unique desert plants and wildlife.

With its incredibly varied and magnificent natural landscapes, Alberta is the perfect destination, whether you want to stroll, hike, ski, canoe, play golf, go black bear spotting, take photographs or simply relax and marvel at nature’s work.

Urban charm

The province of Alberta includes some of Canada’s most charming cities and towns. Something is always happening in the capital city, Edmonton, which is known as the City of Festivals. Along with rodeos and a taste of the “Wild West”, Calgary offers visitors a perfect mix of skyscrapers, cosmopolitan shopping and dining opportunities, a vibrant performing arts scene and many parks and gardens.

Attracting roughly three million visitors each year, the towns of Banff and Jasper – both located in national parks of the same name – are famous for their magnificent Rocky Mountain scenery and excellent lodge-style hotels. Banff is just an hour’s drive from Calgary, while Jasper can be reached via the TransCanada Yellowhead Highway, Via Rail Canada or a chartered flight from Edmonton. One of the world's top scenic routes not to be missed is the Icefields Parkway between Lake Louise and Jasper, hire a car and explore this breathtaking scenery at your own leisure and stop for as many photo opportunities as you like. - Canada car hire.

Top experiences in Alberta not to miss

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    Take an early morning trip to Maligne Lake for your cruise to Spirit Island, voted the most scenic boat tour in Canada.

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    Take a boat trip on Lake Louise in Banff National Park to see some of the most magnificent mountain scenery in the world; the emerald colour of the water is due to the silt-sized particles of rock, carried into the lake by melt-water from the glaciers that overlook it.

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    Take the Jasper Tramway to the top of The Whistlers Mountain for a view of the Rockies from 2,277 metres above sea level – the tramway is the highest and longest in Canada.

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    Attend the Calgary Stampede, an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival that attracts over a million visitors, to experience Canada’s version of the Wild West.

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    Shop ‘til you drop at Edmonton’s West Edmonton Mall, which is the largest shopping mall in North America.

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    Enjoy the best folk music from around the world at a number of international folk music festivals, including a Calgary festival in July and the Edmonton and Canmore festivals in August.

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    Visit the Dinosaur Provincial Park, which is one of Alberta’s five UNESCO World Heritage sites, to see the unique terrain and rock formations of the badlands and learn about the dinosaurs that used to roam this part of the world.