Alberta is named after the rocky mountain playground of Canada because the environment and the natural wonders are abundant here. The Banff and the Jasper national parks are the most important places in Alberta for tourists and these sites have to incredible varieties of wildlife. The Cowboy trail of Alberta has been included in the list of Toyota Canada’s 13 scenic drives.
Additionally, the Ice Fields Parkway is another magnificent place due to its glaciers.Alberta is full of natural beauty and natural resources. Alberta has the largest oil reserve in the world. The Alberta’s Oil reserves will be bigger in comparison when we will join the total area of South Carolina and Florida.
The Royal Tyrell Museum
The Royal Tyrell Museum owns the world’s biggest collection of Dinosaur Fossils. Alberta’s Royal Tyrell Museum in Drum Heller is an excellent place for families. Here, the world’s largest collection of dinosaur fossils is available for the attention of visitors, especially; the children take great interest in it. The elders meanwhile can enjoy their time in the wine shops and clubs near this museum after leaving their children in Royal Tyrell Museum.
Alberta’s Nursery Golf and Country Club in Lacombe are longest golf courses all over Canada.
The Ski Lodges of Alberta Give Matchless Skiing Enjoyment
The Lake Louise Ski Lodge is an excellent place for the Alberta visitors during the winter season. National Geographic and Adventure magazines rated the Lake Louise Ski Lodge as the best place for skiing. Additionally, the North America’s largest cross-country skiing race is held in Edmonton in February every year.
The weather of the Lake Louise Ski Lodge is unbearable. Therefore, you should take proper clothes. It must be noted that the weather at the skiing lodges is colder than any location in the United States.
Canadian Finals Rodeo
In Edmonton, the Canadian Finals Rodeo is held in November. Perhaps you will love to come here after knowing that the world’s biggest trout, in the record, was caught here at the Cold Lake, the third largest lake of Alberta. A part of this lake is under the control of Canada’s largest air base.