Alberta is a land of natural wonders – crowned with five of Canada's designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In this century, entrepreneurs and oil barons rush to Alberta, but yesterday, it was cowboys, and back in 1883, it was railway workers leaving their tracks on this rugged landscape. Today these footprints are preserved in our history, culture, food and spirit. Discover Alberta, where old-fashioned Western grit mixes with the modern world of Oil, the world-famous Alberta beef and the Calgary Stampede.
When you fly into Calgary or Edmonton you will immediately notice the jagged peaks of the magnificent Rocky Mountains with their snow mantled majesty. Whether you're in Banff National Park, Jasper and Waterton, you'll discover this province's alpine towns offer a myriad of ways to explore with tram rides, hikes, raft trips, golf courses, bike paths, bus tours, helicopter flights, voyageur canoe trips, a snow coach tour up glaciers, even a luxury train loop on refurbished vintage cars.
Five million years ago the world's biggest tenants the Dinosaurs left their gargantuan tracks over a lonely, lunar landscape called the Badlands. Today you can join an archaeological dig or tour the world's largest collection of Dinosaurs in the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller.
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