Natural Spots in Alberta You Need to Visit

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Alberta is easily one of Canada’s most scenic provinces and possesses many natural areas that you’ve just got to see if you’re traveling through Alberta this summer.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is bound to blow you away. Nestled in the Canadian Rockies, this national park offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Canada with 6,641 square meters of gorgeous mountain peaks, tranquil woods, flower meadows, and the famous emerald waters of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake famous emerald waters. Although, Banff visitors don’t just get to admire the beautiful scenery, they get to immerse themselves in it by skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, canoeing, golfing, hiking, whitewater rafting and enjoying just about every outdoor activity imaginable. Even better, Banff National Park is just a 1.5-hour drive west of Calgary.

Icefields Parkway

Probably Alberta’s most scenic stretch of road, it connects Lake Louise to Jasper. Officially known as Highway 93, it’s 144 miles of natural beauty. Wind through the mountains and see numerous glaciers from the road. It’s considered one of the world’s most scenic drives and has plenty of places to pull over and enjoy the scenery. It isn’t free, unfortunately, requiring a permit to drive down, but the sights are more than worth the price of admission.

Visit Woody’s RV in Alberta

If your 2017 summer is shaping up to involve tons of RV travel, be sure to stop by Woody’s RV World for all of your RV sales, service, parts and accessories needs. We’re your one-stop RV shop in Alberta with locations in Edmonton, Grand Prairie, Red Deer and Calgary, making us the perfect base of operations when you’re visiting all of Alberta’s attractions this summer, both natural and man-made.

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