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A Panoraamic View Of The Waterton Townsite From The Top Of Bear's Hump

What to Do on a Winter Road Trip to Southwest Alberta

Are you itching to go somewhere, anywhere for a change of scenery and a reboot? How about a winter road trip to southwest Alberta? If you live in the Calgary - Edmonton - Canmore corridor, you can knock off the drive in as little as 2.5 hours if you're coming from Calgary and in just six hours if you're driving from Edmonton. I'd suggest a loop drive - taking Highway 22, the beautiful Cowboy Highway…

The Frank Slide Seen From Turtle Mountain

9 Great Things to do in the Crowsnest Pass Area

The historic Crowsnest Pass Area is made up of five small towns - Hillcrest, Bellevue, Frank, Blairmore and Coleman. The area is easily accessible via Highway 3 from Calgary and Lethbridge, and also from nearby Sparwood and Fernie, the closest towns in British Columbia, 41 and 70 kilometres respectively to the west. There are a surprising variety of things to do in the Crowsnest Pass area - whether you visit for a day or plan…

The Window Pass Mountain Hike

5 of the Best Crowsnest Pass Hikes in Alberta

The variety of Crowsnest Pass hikes in southwest Alberta is superb and yet the Crowsnest Pass area does a great job of hiding its special places. For anyone who has regularly made the drive from Calgary or Lethbridge to Fernie, there's a good chance that all you've ever seen of the Crowsnest Pass is a gas station, Tim Hortons and of course the infamous Frank Slide. You wouldn't guess at the hiking treasures it harbours. …

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