Alberta GuideAlberta is the second westernmost of the 10 provinces in Canada. It includes parts of the Canadian Rockies and is known for its oil and natural gas fields and cattle farming. HotelsFind hotels in Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Lethbridge, Jasper and more.
Popular in AlbertaEdmontonEdmonton is the capital city of Alberta, Canada. Its metro area is home to 1.1 million people and is the northernmost city in North America of at least one million people. CalgaryCalgary, Alberta's largest city, is a product of oil culture, and is situated where the prairies end and the foothills begin. BanffBanff is a town in the Alberta Rockies province of Alberta. It is the larger of the two towns in Banff National Park, nestled in the mountains, and is located about a hour and half drive west of Calgary and four hours south of Jasper.
In AlbertaEdmonton Capital RegionEdmonton Capital Region refers to the metropolitan area of Edmonton, Alberta. The population of this area is 1.1 million. Alberta RockiesAlberta Rockies is a region in western Alberta, Canada. It is dominated by the Rocky Mountains and attracts many visitors with its beauty, outdoor activities and two of Canada's oldest and best known national parks, Banff National Park and Jasper National Park. Calgary RegionCalgary Region is the region surrounding the city of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Traditionally an agricultural area, it is a mix of suburban towns and semi-rural areas that are becoming bedroom communities to Calgary. Southern AlbertaSouthern Alberta is a region in Alberta, Canada. Alberta BadlandsAlberta Badlands is a region in the south-east of Alberta, Canada. Flat wheat fields and ranchlands are common things that come … Central AlbertaCentral Alberta is part of Alberta. SW Central Alberta Prairies to Peaks Eastern AlbertaEastern Alberta is a region of Alberta, Canada. The southern part is an agricultural area, while the north is the focus of Canada's oil sands industry. Peace River ValleyPeace River Valley is a region in the north of Alberta, Canada. The Peace River Valley is of one Canada's richest agricultural areas, the most common of which are cereal crops and hay.
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