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Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park

Box 1639, Siksika

An immersion into the history and culture of the Blackfoot Nation, located on the spot where they signed Treaty No.

Bragg Creek

Bragg Creek

Antique dealers, boutiques and restaurants in a mountainous, pine-forest setting make Bragg Creek a favourite weekend drive for city dwellers.

Brooks Aqueduct

3 km (1.8 mi) southeast of Brooks off Hwy 1., Brooks

A National/Provincial Historic Site, the aqueduct was an engineering marvel when it was completed more than 80 years ago. Self-guided

Cowboy Trail


A 640 km (398 mile) stretch along Hwy 22 between Mayerthorpe to the north and Pincher Creek to the south,

Dinosaur Provincial Park

48 km (30 mi) northeast of Brooks, AB, Brooks

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the largest badlands in Canada as well as the richest fossil site


An hour and a half from Calgary, take Hwy 1 east, turn north onto Hwy 9, Calgary

Located 138 km (83 mi) from Calgary, this town is in the heart of the Canadian Badlands, a geographically fascinating

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

Blairmore , Blairmore

In 1903, 82 million tons of limestone crashed down Turtle Mountain, obliterating part of the coal-mining town of Frank in

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

On Hwy 785, off Hwy 2 north of Fort Macleod, Calgary

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved buffalo jumps in the world. The

Kananaskis Country


Approximately 90 km (54 miles) west of Calgary on Hwy 1 and south on Hwy 40, Kananaskis Country is more

Kananaskis Village


The village is located 50 minutes west of Calgary on the Bow Valley Trail and is a departure point for

Kayben Farms

314064 - 32 St E, Okotoks, Calgary

An agricultural discovery centre with a café and garden, a 10-acre adventure park, U-pick vegetables, black currants and pumpkins, and

Leighton Centre

For info, Calgary

The former home of painter AC Leighton, the centre is located on 80 acres of gorgeous ranchlands property with views

Leitch Collieries


The trip west through the Crowsnest Pass along Hwy 3 takes you to the Leitch Collieries site. The mine opened



Travel north on Hwy 22 to the quiet country community of Millarville. Christ Church is a century-old Anglican church uniquely

Morley Church

48 km (29 mi) west of Calgary on Hwy 1A., Calgary

Built in 1875, the picturesque church stands on an open plain overlooking the Bow River. It was built by Methodist


Mountain biking trails accessible from base., Calgary

This popular ski resort was created as the venue for alpine events during the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. Wide, corduroy-groomed


7300-116 Ave., Edmonton

Now a not-for-profit space, Northlands brings together amazing events, agricultural awareness, and community enrichment. Their signature events include K-Days, Farmfair



Hwy 2A north from High River leads to Okotoks. The town’s name comes from the Blackfoot word for Big Rock,

Peter Lougheed Provincial Park

Stop at the Visitor Centre on Hwy 40 for details, open daily, 403-591-6322., Calgary

Alberta’s largest provincial park, named after former premier Lougheed, has 500 sq km of beautiful valleys and lakes. The park



The Ranchlands are the region south and west of Calgary encompassing the towns of High River, Nanton, Turner Valley, Black
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