This fun southern Alberta road trip itinerary includes UNESCO sites, spectacular waterfalls, rolling foothills and quirky photo-ops.
The Icefields Parkway drive in Alberta, Canada is one of the world’s most iconic road trips, with stunning scenery and active adventures like glacier treks.
From action-packed hockey games to browsing the stalls at a cute Christmas market, here are some of the ways to have a fun winter weekend in Edmonton.
With jaw-dropping views and scenery all the way up, the Lake Agnes Tea House trail up to Big Beehive is one of the best hikes in Banff National Park.
Incredible public art, the Calgary Stampede and having the Rocky Mountains on its doorstep are just some of the reasons to love Calgary, Canada.
From glaciers to frozen waterfalls to exploring caves, here are the best Alberta winter hikes and ice walks for all ages and adventure levels.
It just takes a bit of exploration for a big payoff on the Troll Falls trail, which makes it one of the best hikes in Kananaskis Country, Alberta for families.
With mountain views, dramatic canyons and ancient pictographs, the Grotto Canyon ice walk is one of the best family-friendly winter hikes near Canmore.
Witnessing the seasonal spectacle by doing one of the larch hikes is one of the best things to do during fall in Alberta, Canada.
When the long summer days wind down, the seasonal switch brings a whole new list of ways to enjoy fall in Alberta, including larch hikes and horseback riding.