Family fun in Alberta in 48 hours or less

Family fun in Alberta in 48 hours or less

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A Charming, Fairytale Getaway

For Grown-ups, too! Here’s an (at least) two-day getaway that is really different. Audrey and Tyson Leavitt have built a holiday resort, Charmed Resorts, close to Crowsnest Pass, but it isn’t just the spectacular scenery that makes their resort worth checking out. Each holiday cottage at the resort resembles a

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48 Hours of Features along the Yellowhead Highway

Family Fun from the Saskatchewan Border to the BC Border Embark on a family adventure along the Yellowhead Highway, also known as Highway 16, from the Saskatchewan border to the British Columbia border. This route is packed with natural beauty, historical sites, and family-friendly activities. Here’s a two-day itinerary to

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What’s Happening In Alberta in July

We can’t possibly list every event, festival, exhibition, rodeo, fair, show and sports events happening in Alberta in July.  But we’ve tried to capture the highlights across the province for the upcoming month.

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Tripping the Trans-Canada

The Trans-Canada Highway, an iconic roadway that stretches over 7,800 kilometers from coast to coast, stands as one of the world’s longest national highways. This monumental project began in 1950 and was officially completed in 1971. The section that runs across Alberta spans approximately 535 kilometers, traversing diverse landscapes from the eastern border with Saskatchewan to the western border with British Columbia.

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Discover the Magic of the Wild Mountain Music Festival in Hinton

Every July, the picturesque town of Hinton, in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, comes alive with the sounds of the Wild Mountain Music Festival. This small, vibrant event is a must-visit for music lovers and families looking for a memorable summer experience. Let’s dive into what makes this festival so special and why you should mark your calendar for a trip to Hinton this July.

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Wood Buffalo National Park

Nestled in the northern reaches of Alberta and extending into the Northwest Territories, Wood Buffalo National Park is a majestic expanse of natural beauty and cultural heritage. As the largest national park in Canada and one of the largest in the world, it offers a plethora of activities and highlights that promise an unforgettable family adventure. Let’s delve into the rich history of this UNESCO World Heritage site and discover why it’s a must-visit destination.

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Top Five Don’t-Miss Festivals in Festival City

Edmonton, known as “Festival City,” is a vibrant hub of cultural celebrations, boasting over 60 festivals each year. From arts and music to food and heritage, there’s always something happening that brings the community together. Here are five family-oriented festivals you shouldn’t miss when visiting Edmonton.

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A Perfectly Laid-back Day at Elk Island National Park

Elk Island National Park, located just 35 kilometers east of Edmonton, offers a perfect blend of adventure, wildlife, and natural beauty. Whether you’re looking to hike, picnic, or simply enjoy the serene landscapes, Elk Island is the ideal destination for a family day trip. Here’s how to make the most of your day at this beautiful park.

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