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Driving across Alberta, Canada last summer was quite the wild ride. We started in Calgary, exploring the food, culture and gorgeous city center. We then hit the road to learn about the dinosaurs that used to call Alberta home, stopping at the incredible Dinosaur Provincial Park, the Royal Tyrell Museum and the world's largest Trex (statue of course). Near Drumheller, we explored the Badlands and admired the otherworldly hoodoos at sunset. From there we headed west to explore the lush mountains and beautiful lakes of Waterton National Park. I could have stayed in this lakeside resort town, eating the amazing food (loved Wieners of Waterton!) and hiking those incredible forest trails--we even saw bears! To learn more about the ranching side of Alberta, we stayed on a working ranch and met a group of local ranchers that had come in for the weekend. So many incredible memories of this road trip, this video will give you just a glimpse of some of the beauties of Alberta.

  • by Kelley
  • recorded August 2016
  • uploaded May 09, 2017
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