places to visit in   alberta in summer

It is home to the world's second-largest dark sky preserve and has 1,200 km of hiking trails.

It's a turquoise blue glacier-fed lake 40 km north of Lake Louise and a popular stop on the famous Icefields Parkway

Canmore offers visitors many attractions, great restaurants, and stunning views, especially for a small Canadian mountain town.

Toronto is better when it comes to entertainment, weather, safety, and public transit.

The natural beauty of Banff's surrounding lakes and mountains made it Canada's first National Park

Edmonton has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters

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