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The Highest Paved Road in Canada Is In Alberta & The Views Will Leave You Breathless

If you love a good view and you’re a fan of a nice, scenic drive, you can’t do wrong with this Alberta route that is a destination in its own right. Highwood Pass sits proudly in Kananaskis Country within Peter…
May 24, 2024 Read More »


I.C.Y.M.I.: Bragg Creek: Alberta settlers have deep history in foothills

The heavily forested contemporary Bragg Creek is alive with the likes of pine, fir, aspen and poplar trees and one might be surprised to discover that the first settlers to arrive in the area in 1885 founded a homestead in…
May 24, 2024 Read More »


Red Rock Coulee: Alberta’s Natural Wonder

In the heart of southern Alberta, nestled amid the prairie landscape, lies an otherworldly spectacle known as Red Rock Coulee. Red Rock Coulee is a natural area located approximately 56 kilometres southwest of Medicine Hat, Alberta. It spans over 324…
May 23, 2024 Read More »


I.C.Y.M.I.: The Best Spots to Float Down a River in Alberta

Luckily, when the ice melts, Alberta’s long and winding rivers can be one of the best places to soak up the sun and enjoy the great Albertan summers. While the Rocky Mountains have plenty of places to white water raft,…
May 23, 2024 Read More »


This Small-Town Donut Shop Is So Popular That Even The Owner Was Shocked

Canadians in particular have a reputation for being big donut fans, and while we don’t identify with all of the Canadian stereotypes, we’ll happily wear that one as a badge of honour. While we’ve all got our favourite spots for…
May 22, 2024 Read More »


I.C.Y.M.I.: Kayaking on Sylvan Lake

Summer is here and it’s time to get into the great outdoors and enjoy the adventures that can be had in Alberta! Alberta is full of destinations available all year round, but if you love to get out on the…
May 22, 2024 Read More »


Sunnyslope Sandstone Shelter: A Glimpse into Alberta’s Settler Past

The Sunnyslope Sandstone Shelter, also known as the Sunnyslope Dugout or Underground Shelter, stands as a distinctive example of vernacular architecture that provided much-needed refuge to homesteaders braving the harsh conditions of the Prairies in the early 20th century. Constructed…
May 21, 2024 Read More »


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