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Wild Side

Welcome to Alberta, where the bold, the adventurous and the free-spirited come to play.

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People enjoying a glass of wine overlooking the Bow Valley from Sky Bistro on Sulphur Mountain.

Endless Entertainment

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An indigenous dancer performing in front of a sunset among the rolling hills of the prairies.

Limitless Landscapes

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A family cross country skiing on one of the groomed trails at the Canmore Nordic Centre.

Adventure All Around

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Don’t be afraid to get a little wild in our dynamic cities, any time of year.

A map highlighting the flight times to Alberta from California, Texas, and New York.

Adventure awaits in Alberta

Learn how to arrive by air, car or bus.

Getting here

In Alberta, even our skies have a Wild Side.

Discover the northern lights

Alberta’s Regions

Alberta is home to North America’s largest mountain range. It’s where dinosaurs once roamed and where dense forests make way to open prairies.

Explore all of Alberta’s regions

Two people mountain biking in the Foothills during autumn.
Two people fatbiking and getting air, on a brilliant winter's day, mountains in the background in Kananaskis Country.

Discover a million different ways to exhilarate your soul.

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Lose yourself in wild places and wide-open spaces.

History up close

Learn about our captivating past through exhibits, galleries and interactive tours.

Explore all arts, culture & museums

The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Banff, Canada’s first national park, was established in 1885. Banff has 1,600 km (994 mi) of maintained trails—that’s like walking the length of New Zealand.

Enjoy a romantic getaway at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
Couple in outdoor rural hot tub in winter during a sunset with horses in the background.
Saddle up for the unforgettable scenery of Southern Alberta.

Awaken your inner wild child any season, anywhere.

The power of powwow

Meet Super Bowl LVII performer and World Champion Powwow dancer, Patrick Mitsuing. Through dance, Mitsuing shares Indigenous culture with the world on behalf of his people.