- 1Canada9 reviews
Lake Louise is a great place to canoe, kayak and hike! With trails around the lake and up the mountain, there is much to do! The Fairmont Hotel which is located on the lake has many shops and restaurants as well. It's a great place to spend a day or a week!
- 2Canada71 reviews
Calgary, i love this place at first sight. It gives u everything like Ur basic needs, opportunity to grow, better life 4 ur children , really beautiful places to hang around. Peoples are really cool here. this place is land of opportunistic & cultural diversities...cheers for calgary
- 3Canada88 reviews
Banff is a resort town within Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, and with an elevation of 1,463 metres, it is the community with the second highest elevation in Canada. It was first settled in the 1880s and is the first municipality to incorporate within a Canadian national park. It is known for its mountainous surroundings and hot springs as ...
- 4Canada80 reviews
Lake Louise is 1 of the beautiful place that i see great great place 2 be and see i love it very much good hotels there and good food :>:)))))))))
- 5Canada39 reviews
Lived in this City for almost seven years from 1974 until 1981, with forays to Calgary, San Francisco and Winnipeg, Manitoba thrown in, and say that I'm wondering how my old haunts in Edminten ( this is the way that the English speaking population pronounce it and is, quite obviously, a corruption of the way that it is supposed to ...
- 6Canada31 reviews
A truly beautiful and magical part of the Rockies. Just far enough away from everything to feel like you have escaped into a winter wonderland.
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- 8Canada9 reviews
Beautiful! Lots of wildlife.
- 9Canada1 review
I really like going to hot springs and soaking my troubles away. Radium Hot Springs is a bit of a hike from Banff, but I have previously made this worthwhile trip from my accomodation at the Storm Mountain Lodge. The bonus is a beautifull drive (and maybe even a side hike) through Kootenay National Park. Radium Hot Springs was so ...
- 10Canada2 reviews
I actually liked this growing city... Especially pretty in the fall!
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- 12Canada5 reviews
I went here for the Tim Hortons Children's Camp when I was 12 and it changed my life forever ♥
- 13Canada4 reviews
Medicine Hat, known to locals as "The Hat", is a city of~61,000. It is situated on the Trans-Canada Highway, the eastern terminus of the Crowsnest Highway, and the South Saskatchewan River. Nearby communities considered part of the Medicine Hat area include the Town of Redcliff and the hamlets of Desert Blume, Dunmore, Irvine, Seven Persons, and Veinerville. The Cypress Hills ...
- 14Canada5 reviews
Originally from Ontario, I have lived here since 1997 and haven't left yet. It's a growing city and I have seen lots of positive changes throughout the years I've been here. I finished my B.Ed here at RDC (and the U. of A. collaborative program) and have had an easy time finding work; both in the oilpatch and in teaching. ...
- 15Canada3 reviews
this is a great place if you like dinasaurs
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- 18Canada6 reviews
Lethbridge is a small city in southern Alberta very close to the US border. It offers much the same Wild West heritage celebrations as the Calgary Stampede but on a much smaller scale. The terrain is prairie, not foothills, and thus the summers are much warmer. The coulees, which lead down to the Oldman River, which winds its way through ...
- 19Canada2 reviews
Fort Saskatchewan is most well-known for its proximity to petrochemical facilities, of which I am an employee and an occasional visitor. It is also known for its flock of 50 sheep that roam its downtown park throughout the summer months eating the grass. The city mascot is a sheep named Auggie.