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PLACES TO GO

Lethbridge
Waterton
Cardston
Coaldale
Fort Macleod
Crowsnest Pass
Pincher Creek
Vulcan
Taber
Okotoks
Nobleford
Picture Butte
Claresholm
Stirling
Milk River
Nanton
Lethbridge County





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Places to go, things to see – the towns and cities of southwest Alberta are all distinctive destinations. Each is unique in its own right, and offers something you simply won’t find anywhere else. They’re all worth a visit, and we’ve listed them here to make your travel planning a little easier.
 


Golden sunlight is the backdrop of this pretty prairie city. The sun shines virtually every day here – 320 days a year on average...
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One of the most amazing things about southern Alberta is the diversity of the landscape. Nowhere is that diversity more beautifully...
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Cardston is a unique community in southern Alberta. Built with the vision of steadfast pioneers, this culturally diverse town continues...
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Coaldale is all about community. Over 6,000 people call the town home and a strong sense of service keeps community projects and programs...
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When you’re touring around southern Alberta, a stop in Fort Macleod is virtually guaranteed. Located at the junction of Highway...
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Standing at the mouth of the Crowsnest River you hear the water chortle happily as it skips and washes...
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The gentle stretch of highway leading into Pincher Creek is flanked on both sides by some of the most awe-inspiring...
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The drive along Highway 23 is a soul-affirming voyage through miles and miles of fields of grain. Pretty prairie towns dot the...
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At the crossroads of Highway 3 and Highway 36, is a town that has gained national notoriety for a succulent treat that is only available...
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If you imagine a place that has all of the things that make southern Alberta special, the mountains, the foothills, the prairie, outdoor...
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2 Km east of Highway 23 and 519 intersections, smack dab in the middle of some of the most breathtakingly open expanses of prairie,...
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There are places on the prairie so open and vast, they take your breath away. You can stand in the middle of a grassy field, a warm westerly...
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Highway 2 is a busy stretch of road, and most everyone that travels it has made a pit stop in Claresholm at one time or another....
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Nestled peacefully between Lethbridge and Waterton in the heart of southern Alberta, the village of Stirling is a quaint and quiet...
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A drive south down Highway 4 toward the U.S. border is an excursion into interesting and unique territory. Here in the badlands...
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Known for its friendly residents and small town comforts, Nanton is Authentic Alberta. With the Alberta Rocky Mountains to the west and...
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In the heart of southern Alberta,...
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