Canada Travel Guide - Alberta
Alberta Travel Guide
Strapped between British Columbia to the west and Saskatchewan to the east, Alberta rivals all provinces in oil production and the hottest stampede show put on in the country. Officially, the province has the largest shopping mall in the world attracting travelers year round both nationally and internationally. AlbertaÂ’s lakes, dinosaur sites, prairies, and stunning Provincial Parks act as popular outdoor playgrounds to the public during the summer season. Less well known, may be the storm watching season for thunder and lighting shows that make for a memorable vacation and wild nights. Appropriately, the pink Wild Rose represents the province - its rugged winters, its rich agriculture, its dense grasslands, and its unpredictable Chinook winds. Supported by major epicenters for business, Alberta pulls out the red carpet for travelers wanting cultural diversity, urban attractions, and the true Western experience. Choose any region to find out more!
Communities and regions in Alberta