Alberta Top ten tourism Places to visit


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Alberta is a western province of Canada. This province is filled with beautiful places. If you are planning to visit in Alberta and looking for best places then this presentation helps you to know best places where you should need to go


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Tables Of content Alberta Top ten Places To Visit in Alberta Banff National Park Lake Louise Ice Fields Parkway Moraine lake Waterton Lakes National Park Jasper national Park Calgary Stampede Sunshine Village Ski Resort Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology Kananaskis Country Source


Alberta Alberta is a western side territory of Canada. It is the country’s fourth-most swarmed area and the most crowded of the country’s three Prairie Provinces . About 80% of the citizens of Alberta do some kind of volunteer or humanitarian work

Top ten Places To visit In Alberta:

Top ten Places To visit In Alberta Alberta is home to some of Canada's most impressive scenery, where the prairies meet the mountains and spectacular snow-capped peaks dominate the skyline. The awe-inspiring glaciers and turquoise lakes of Banff and Jasper National Parks draw millions of visitors each year to this province.

Banff National Park:

Banff National Park Located 130 kilometers west of Calgary, Banff National Park is the most visited tourist attraction in the province of Alberta and perhaps the most impressive national park in Canada. The area encompasses some spectacular mountain scenery, major ski resorts, beautiful lakes, and the tourist town of Banff.

Lake Louise:

Lake Louise Lake Louise, the jewel of Banff National Park, is famous for its beautiful turquoise colored water that reflects the surrounding mountains and Victoria Glacier on the far shore. Located just a short drive north of the town of Banff, the lake is an easy day trip from Calgary.

Ice Fields Parkway:

Ice Fields Parkway The Ice fields Parkway runs from Lake Louise to Jasper and is one of the most beautiful drives in Canada. This 230-kilometer stretch of highway leads past lakes, mountains, glaciers, and waterfalls, with all kinds of stopping points for visitors to experience the landscape up close.

Moraine Lake:

Moraine Lake Moraine Lake is overshadowed by ten peaks, each more than 3,000 meters high, containing the Wenkchemna Glacier. There is a great view across the lake from an overlook reached by hiking up a short path known as the Rockpile Trail, located near the parking lot.

Waterton Lakes National Park:

Waterton Lakes National Park The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in the Rocky Mountains straddles the border between Alberta and the U.S. state of Montana. On the Canadian side of the border is Waterton Lakes National Park, while on the American side the park is called Glacier National Park.

Jasper National Park:

Jasper National Park Much like Banff, the name Jasper is associated with both the national park and the town, which lies at the heart of the park. Jasper is the biggest national park in Canada, covering an area of 10,878 square kilometers.

Calgary Stampede:

Calgary Stampede Calgary is a vibrant modern city which takes particular pride in its cowboy roots. This becomes most apparent during the city's biggest event, the annual Calgary Stampede. This is a ten-day event held in early July, drawing rodeo participants and fans from across North America.

Sunshine Village Ski Resort:

Sunshine Village Ski Resort Sunshine Village, located just outside the town of Banff, is one of Alberta's most popular ski resorts, but it is also a beautiful area for hiking and walking in summer. In winter, the hill, which offers a good mix of intermediate and advanced runs, attracts skiers from all over the world.

Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology:

Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology Located approximately 140 kilometers northeast of Calgary is the small town of Drumheller, which proudly calls itself the "Town of the Dinosaurs". Around 75 million years ago, various species of dinosaurs inhabited this region, and many fossils have been discovered in and around Drumheller.

Kananaskis Country:

Kananaskis Country About 80 km west of Calgary, along the four-lane TransCanada Highway 1, there is a turn-off south on Highway 40 into some lovely countryside known as Kananaskis Country. This is a favorite spot for hikers in the summer. Kananaskis Village has resort facilities and a popular golf course.



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