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Why Famous
  • Most impressive are Alberta\'s Rocky Mountains, which facilitate the world famous resort towns of Banff, Jasper, Canmore, Kananaskis, Lake Louise and Waterton.
  • Dinosaur hunters flock to Drumheller, home of the acclaimed Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology.
  • North America\'s largest shopping and entertainment complex offers over 800 stores.
  • It’s a mall of superlatives – the world’s largest indoor theme park, the world’s biggest parking lot.


Facts Destination
  • Alberta is the most populous and fastest growing of Canada\'s three prairie provinces.
  • Alberta is located in western Canada, bounded by the provinces of British Columbia to the west, Saskatchewan to the east, the Northwest Territories to the north, and the U.S. state of Montana to the south.
  • Alberta is one of three Canadian provinces and territories to border only a single U.S. state.
  • The capital city of Alberta is Edmonton, located just south of the centre of the province.
  • Calgary, Alberta\'s largest city and a major distribution and transportation hub as well as one of Canada\'s major commerce centres.


Area Info
  • Alberta covers an area of 661,848 square kilometres (255,500 sq mi), an area about 5% smaller than Texas or 20% larger than France.
  • The province extends 1,223 kilometres (760 mi) north to south and 660 kilometres (410 mi) east to west at its maximum width.
  • The longest river in Alberta is the Athabasca River which travels 1,538 kilometres (956 mi).


Why Visit
  • The rich, rolling farmlands of Alberta break away to a twisting, curving canyon.
  • Museums provide a great formulation for developing culture in the Drumheller Valley.
  • There are more than fifty attractions that can be visited within one 60 square mile radius.
  • The Drumheller Valley area offers picturesque scenery as well as a multitude of interesting activities.


Best Time
  • In Summer days Specially in July.
  • Alberta has over 180,000 km (111,847 mi) of highways and roads, of which nearly 50,000 km (31,069 mi) are paved.
  • Alberta has two main east-west corridors, Southern Corridor(part of the Trans-Canada Highway) and northern corridor(part of the Trans-Canada network and known as the Yellowhead Highway).
  • Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, and Lethbridge have substantial public transit systems.
  • Alberta is well-connected by air, with Calgary International Airport and Edmonton International Airport.
  • The Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National Railway companies operates railway freight.


  • Rodeos are popular entertainment in small towns, and country music radio stations and bars draw a large audience.
  • The rich, rolling farmlands of Alberta break away to a twisting, curving canyon.
  • Towns offer a wide range of skiing facilities, accommodation, restaurants and other tourist facilities.