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Looking for scenic places in alberta

We are looking for somewhere to go in alberta, or just outside on the BC or saskachewan borders for a 2-3 day trip.

So far this summer we have already been to Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Yoho National Park, cresent falls/nordegg/Abraham lake.

So we are looking for something new and different. Either something scenic, unique, An outdoor waterpark, something off the grid. Anything really. We are open to suggestions. Just please provide info as to where it is 🙂 thank you

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  1. Go B.C…..there’s nothing too scenic in Saskatchewan.

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  2. Take a trip to waterton, stay at the great canadian barn dance and chk out the bears hump hike and red rock canyon. And if u have time franks slide is awesome as well as head smashed in buffalo jump

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  3. Jade Salikin Jade Salikin says:

    Waterton National Park

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  4. There’s some nice lakes in Northern Saskatchewan, not far from the border.

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  5. Kootenay National Park, Lundbreck falls in southern alberta, Radium is beautiful too

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  6. Copper Point Resort in Invermere lots of stuff to do about 20 minutes south of Radium Hot Spring. Hiking white water rafting and much more.

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  7. Check out Dillberry Lake near the AB/SK border, and Macklin and loop back through Viking to see the ribstones there. From Bones (this will become clear when you look into Macklin) to Stones Tour 2017 🙂

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  8. Cypress Hills (south east alberta / sask border), Pipestone Recreation Area (Grande Prairie / Wembley area), Writing on Stone Provincial Park (southern Alberta below Taber). It really depends on what you want to do. We like physical geography and rock formations etc. There are so many amazing places. The Provincial Museum in Edmonton had published a book on finding the physical geographic wonders of Alberta based on the 6 tourism regions. From the salt flats in the North east side to the water falls around the mountain parks. If you can find the book, you will be able to plan some amazing trips in this province.

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  9. Gia Stewart Gia Stewart says:

    William A Switzer park. Just north of Hinton. Five lakes connected by streams in the foothills. Beautiful!!!

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  10. Alex Warden Alex Warden says:

    Stop by Torrington, AB and check out the Gopher Hole Museum!

    http://gopherholemuseum.ca/

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  11. Katie Gould Katie Gould says:

    Peirre Greys Lakes Provincial Park, Mature forest, three lakes which are clear of algae and can swim in, there are remnants of an old fur trading post. There is so much room between campsites and it is so quiet there also.

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  12. Drumheller Dinosaur Provincial Park.

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  13. Waterton National Park is south of Pincher Creek. It is quite a beautiful park tucked in the south west corner. My next suggestion is Wilmore wilderness out by Grande Cache. Completely untouched area, that we back country camped in. I mean hanging out packs in trees, camped. I loved it. Along the way is Switzer Provincial Park that is a great area too. Someone mentioned the Peace country and I grew up there. Completely overlooked it is a great area to visit.

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  14. Whitecourt rotary park
    http://www.whitecourt.ca/Rec-Culture/Rotary-Park

    And 20 minutes to Carson-Pegasus provincial park

    http://www.albertaparks.ca/parks/central/carson-pegasus/

    Excellent for families.

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  15. Rhon Magyar Rhon Magyar says:

    Go to eco camo just south on sask side of alberta border))

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  16. Leslie Brady Leslie Brady says:

    Milk river, writing on a stone provincial park!

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  17. Ty Habitant Ty Habitant says:

    Child’s lake Alberta. Beaver First Nation is my band. It’s way up north where nobody can find it. Cause nobody ever heard of it.

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  18. Lynn Meger Lynn Meger says:

    Drumheller. You won’t see anything like it anywhere else. It’s as if one minute you’re driving anywhere else in Alberta, and the next you find yourself in another world entirely.

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  19. Susan Csapo Susan Csapo says:

    Watertown national parks..Med hat Montana border ish.

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  20. Day trip East to the Ukrainian village and Elk Island Park!

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  21. Rain S Worth Rain S Worth says:

    Dinosaur provincial park and drum.hellar

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  22. Revelstoke..they have this awesome pipeline coaster down the mountain, the railway museum and endless trails mountains and fishing. Wish I could go check it out but someday.

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  23. For water parks, there are a few in Southern Alberta which are unparalleled. The town of Raymond has an outdoor water park with a climbing wall, water slides, gradual entry pool and spray park incorporated all together. Great for every age. Lethbridge has the same but twice as big plus the other fun things to do in Henderson Park.

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  24. It’s beautiful there

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  25. Dinosaur Provincial Park by Brooks!

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  26. Drunheller…..hoodoos, Tyrell Museum, badlands…..

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  27. Donna Grant Donna Grant says:

    i did Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump, Fort McLeod, Lethbridge then up through Brooks on a three day long weekend

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  28. MrWonderful says:

    Just leave canaduh permanently! It’s a ugly 3rd world shithole enabling foreign squatters while Canadians (who are only red and/or white) are fat, unskilled, have no education or opportunity, even living on the streets, and have been liberally brainwashed to refine Canada and its identity.
    If those pathetic little pinko slant eye zipperhead north Koreans could nuke canaduh, they should.
    Fuck Canaduh and all the fat,dumb and ugly people on my land.

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  29. Drumheller and the Tyrell Dinosaur Museum is a great stop.

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  30. We went to Star lake in BC this summer. It’s near Clearwater. We rented a little rustic cabin right on the lake and it was beautiful. Fishing from the dock or could rent canoes to explore the lake for $5/hour. You can also rent a fishing boat if you prefer that. It’s close to Wells gray provincial park so lots to explore as well

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  31. Carol Maser Carol Maser says:

    Cypress Hills on the Alberta/ Saskatchewan border down by Medicine Hat

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