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Fantastic Canadian Badlands Scenery In Big Knife Provincial Park

A Hiking Road Trip in the Canadian Badlands of Alberta

The Canadian Badlands cover a large swath of south central Alberta, equivalent to an area slightly larger than Hungary. From northeast of Red Deer south to the United States border and east to Saskatchewan, you'll find Canada's finest badland scenery. But that's not all. The Canadian Badlands are home to one of the greatest collections of dinosaur bones in the world, loads of super-cool geologic formations including hoodoos along with 35 provincial parks and natural…

Welcome To Drumheller

15 Things to Do in Drumheller, Alberta

Drumheller, a town of about 8,000 people (10,000 if you include greater Drumheller) is a fantastic destination if you love any combination of the following - canoeing, biking, badlands scenery, world-class museums or dinosaurs.  I have been to the Canadian Badlands area on many occasions and always find new things to do in and around Drumheller. There's a lot to discover in the area if you're the curious type. I think you could easily spend…

The Start Of The 11 Bridges Drive Over 6 Kms To Wayne, Alberta

A Weekend Getaway to Rosebud Alberta

Rosebud Alberta, population 88, offers the visitor a range of experiences - an impressive feat considering its size. Named for the wild roses that cover the valley in the summer, Rosebud is now a destination for theatre goers, golfers and small town addicts. Its location at the edge of the Canadian Badlands ensures the scenery is first class too. From Calgary, Rosebud is about a 75 minute drive. What should you do on a weekend…

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