Where to go in Alberta & The Rocky Mountains
List of regions
The mountainous wilderness, snowy peaks and beautiful lakes of Jasper National Park are among Canada's most beautiful. Explore it all on self-drives and luxury rail journeys, enjoying summer hikes, kayak paddles and, in winter, world-class backcountry skiing.
Clear waters surrounded by snow-topped mountains make the impossibly scenic Lake Louise an unmissable part of your Alberta trip. Truly the ‘Jewel of the Rockies', it's famed for its canoeing and surrounding hiking trails and, come winter's chill, skiing, dog sledding and ice skating.
Canada's first national park is a land of wild beauty, whose landscape of towering peaks, plunging canyons, creaking glaciers and pretty alpine meadows is home to some of the country's most iconic wildlife.
Calgary is the largest city in Alberta and sits between the foothills of the Rockies and the Prairies. Calgary travel offers a great escape from the mountainous wilderness of nearby Banff National Park. Established in 1875, Calgary is a built up city that still retains old character despite the pre…