Alberta, the 4th largest Province in Canada, measures around 661.000 square km has it all! There are more than 600 beautiful lakes and 245 rivers, glacier lakes, prairies, mountains, boreal forests, rolling foothills, desert badlands while sharing an International Peace Park with our southern neighbour Montana, USA.

We have two major cities here in Alberta and Edmonton.

Edmonton, which is the Capital City and was established in the 1800’s as Fort Edmonton, a trading post for and build by Hudson Bay. Edmonton is famous for hosting over 60 festivals annually so therefore people call it Canada Festival City.

Calgary has another anchient reputation that is still very alive, the Cowboy City, built by the North West Mounted Police in 1875 as a small wooden fort, close to where the Elbow  and Bow Rivers merge, eventually led to Calgary. The NWMP’s mission was to disrupt the whiskey tradingin the region and to keep peace between the Natives and the European settlers.

Weather: Calgary is Canada’s sunniest city where there’s an average of 312 days, 2400 hours of sun annually, average summer temparatures are between 23-29 celsius. Normal lows in theinter are -5 celsius to -15 celcius, short periods of -30 celsius to -40 celsius. the average precipation of snow is between 30-60 cm in Alberta, the Canadian Rockie Mountains Ski Resorts see up to 9 metres of snowfall between November and April.



Why Alberta? An award winning destination, suitable for all ages, that provides authentic adventures and enriching cultural experiences that can be shared with friends and family.

” Remember to breathe…”

Animals & Wildlife: Alberta has 587 species of wildlife, 93 different animals, 411 bird species-65 species of fish. Estimated wildlife population of deer, eagles, coyotes, herds of elk, big horn sheeps and mointain goats are often spotted. More than 700 grizzly bears, 2000 cougars, 7000 wolfs, 26.000 elks, 40.000 black bears and 118.000 moose are living in this beautiful Province.



National Parks: we have 5 National Parks, including Banff National Park, the first and oldest one, established in 1885. Then Waterton Lakes became a National Park, followed by Elk Island, Wood Buffalo and the largest of the five, Jasper National park with an area of 10.878 square km.

Northern Alberta, relatively untamed, retains the history, spirit and adventure of the regions early explorers, pioneers, fur traders, trappers and hunters. Plenty of outdoor sports and a great chance to view the Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis.

Southern Alberta: the Southern Alberta Aboriginal culture, first international peace park and a hotbed of prehistoric dinosaur bonebeds are all part of the history of Alberta’s South. nature, Culture and History are here.



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