Set in 9,000 miles of pristine parkland, the restaurants of the Canadian Rockies reflect abundant natural resources like wild elk, Saskatoon berries, and fresh trout…
This Glass-domed Train Is Bringing Back an Incredible Route Through the American Southwest — and Celebrating With Epic Discounts; Jessica Poitevien; Travel + Leisure
2 Alberta spots named top destinations in the world for outdoor enthusiasts; Laine Mitchell; Daily Hive
Albertans live alongside some of the most beautiful places in the world, and a new listing has named two Alberta parks as top destinations.
The Burgess Shale hike in Yoho National Park has been on Leigh McAdam radar for years. Most of the appeal – before she actually did it, was the fact that the Walcott Quarry where the Burgess Shale fossils are located, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and she loves checking out UNESCO sites.
Why you should visit Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies during the winter; Cam & Nicole Wears; Traveling Canuck
How to experince the best outdoor activities in Banff, Alberta, with timing advice so you can hike, bike, climb, and more, without the overwhelming crowds.
Why the Canadian Rockies are the best place on earth to see the Northern Lights; Alicia-Rae Olafsson; Intrepid Travel