What do you imagine when you hear “Alberta?” Is it snow-capped mountains, expansive glaciers, and icy temperatures? While Alberta’s winters are legendary, today we’re thinking about Alberta in the summer.
Alberta is home to some of the world’s greatest natural wonders, and they all shine particularly brightly in the summer. This gem of Western Canada invites travellers to explore turquoise lakes, rough desert badlands, and, yes, even the occasional snowy mountain-top. If you’re looking for a destination that truly has it all, a summer in Alberta may be absolutely perfect.
Enjoy hiking, sightseeing, plenty of wildlife, and water activities like kayaking and canoeing in this picture-perfect province. You’ll find national parks, pristine railways, trails for hiking and horseback riding alike, and, of course, a breathtaking view around every corner.
For the history-buffs and nature lovers alike, Alberta houses two of the world’s oldest national parks. Here, travellers are treated to lovingly-preserved vistas, and sightings of the animals that love to call this province home almost as much as the locals do! The unspoiled rugged landscapes in Alberta are what make it truly magical, and ripe for exploration.
If you’ve ever been on the internet, you’ve probably seen a photo of the enchanting turquoise waters of Lake Louise. This Instagram-worthy spot is one of the most unique and gorgeous areas of not only Alberta, but all of Canada.
We’re positive that there’s nowhere on earth quite like Alberta, and, after you’ve seen this video, we think you’ll agree! If you can’t wait any longer to explore this magical province, why not head over to TourRadar to see for yourself how easy it is to have a rugged Canadian adventure of your own.
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