BougeBouge Welcomes to you in Alberta. Ancient glaciers covering the peaks of the Rockies, canyons, waterfalls, lakes formed by glaciers that have now disappeared… but also cities full of impressive attractions, that’s Alberta! Drumheller is well known thanks to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology, which collects, preserves and exhibits the paleontological history of the region. Edmonton which boasts the world’s largest indoor amusement park « The West Edmonton Mall ». Calgary is the arrival and departure point for travellers seeking to discover the Canadian Rockies… The cities of the region are not to be outdone! Lakes Louise and Morraine, Jasper and Banff parks and Athabasca Falls are not to be missed in this magnificent region.
Your time in Alberta starts in Calgary! If you wish, you can cycle around the city! Yes, Calgary has the largest urban network of trails and bike paths in North America. Don’t hesitate to consult the Calgary by Bike website so that you can choose your route according to your desires! During your visit, don’t miss the Glenbow Museum which, thanks to its collection of more than 10,000 pieces, traces the evolution of Western Canada from the 19th century to today. Did you know that the most important annual event in all of Canada is held in Calgary? It’s the « Stempede », a large-scale festival, exhibition and rodeo that takes place every July for ten days! Before you leave, head to the Calgary Tower! 191 meters high, it offers a breathtaking panorama of the entire city…
In 1885, Canada’s first national park was created: Banff National Park. Not surprisingly, it is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Visitors from around the world dream of discovering Banff! It’s a true mountain paradise with over 1,600 kilometers of groomed trails for walking, biking and horseback riding. It’s your chance to discover Banff!
Jasper is the largest of the Rocky Mountains National Parks with an area of nearly 10,900 square kilometers. Here you can visit Sunwapta Falls, Athabasca Falls 23 meters high, Five Lakes Valley, Jasper Skytram, Pyramid Lake, Maligne Canyon dug up to 50 meters deep by the bubbling water, Medicine Lake, Maligne Lake and more! Jasper National Park also boasts some of the most diverse flora and fauna in the world. This is where you will end your visit to this beautiful area!