Summer Fun

Summer is the ideal time for visitors to explore some of the most hauntingly beautiful landscapes on the planet. Alberta’s spectacular Canadian Rockies, silent boreal forests, rolling prairies and strangely compelling Canadian Badlands can be experienced on foot, on horseback, by canoe, or from the air. Check out our five UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Take in world class events like the Calgary Stampede and the Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival.  Experience outdoor adventures so thrilling it takes an effort to remember to breathe. 
Sensational Hiking at Sunshine Meadows Plus Moraine Lake

Sensational Hiking at Sunshine Meadows Plus Moraine Lake

Bask in the breathtaking surroundings of both Sunshine Meadows and Moraine Lake - great areas in Banff National Park for a day hike. 


The Wonderful Azuridge Hotel and Alberta's Cowboy Trail

Take a drive along the famous Cowboy Trail with a detour out to Priddis to unwind at Azuridge, a luxury boutque hotel in Alberta's rolling foothills. 


True Backcountry Lodges

Alberta’s backcountry lodges are paradise for hikers - offering comfort and seclusion along with towering peaks, hiking trails and sparkling lakes out their back doors. 


Luxe Train Travel

Travelling in comfort and style aboard a luxury train through high Rocky Mountain passes and forested canyons is the trip of a lifetime. 


Fat Tire Fun in Alberta's National Parks

Whether you’re an avid mountain biker or new to the sport, Alberta’s three Rocky Mountain National Parks have an endless selection of mountain bike trails to suit any ability. 


Climb the Canadian Rockies

Experience the exhilaration and jaw dropping views of surmounting a Canadian Rockies summit with Mt Norquay’s new Via Ferrata in Banff National Park.


Alberta's Best Waterfall Hikes

Alberta's Best Waterfall Hikes

The bigger they are, the harder they fall. There is something elementally magical about cascading water – especially when the sun sparks rainbows in its mist. 


Hikes with Spectacular Views

Hikes with Spectacular Views

Spectacular views await those who hike the glacier-sculpted valleys and soaring peaks of our Canadian Rocky Mountains and the otherworldly landscapes of our Canadian Badlands. 


 

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