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2021 Hot Summer Guide

2021 Hot Summer Guide
TownandCountryTODAY.com presents the 2021 Hot Summer Guide, brought to you in part by the sponsors in this feature.Intro
Alberta’s Badlands Hold Robust Adventure Opportunities for Everyone

Alberta’s Badlands Hold Robust Adventure Opportunities for Everyone

Whether it’s an expedition into the astonishing time dinosaurs ruled the land, an amazing nature and wildlife research voyage, action-packed physical or leisure adventures, Alberta’s Badlands are bursting with outdoor fun for the whole family.
Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part XII

Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part XII

Summer is halfway gone but there is still fun to be had!
Fort Whoop-Up: A Historical Adventure

Fort Whoop-Up: A Historical Adventure

Touring Fort Whoop-Up is the ultimate adventure, entering the cultural and spiritual world of this land’s history.
Summer Fishing in Northern Alberta

Summer Fishing in Northern Alberta

Alberta has the perfect natural getaway for you and your family right here, you just have to take a look around to find them.
Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part XI

Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part XI

This week, it’s time to try something different. Let’s go back in time!
Indigenous Tourism in Alberta: Bodo Archaeological Site and Centre

Indigenous Tourism in Alberta: Bodo Archaeological Site and Centre

Summer is in full swing and in Alberta that means a whole new world of outdoor activities and attractions are available.
Worth the Trip – St. Albert Farmers’ Market is Western Canada’s Largest

Worth the Trip – St. Albert Farmers’ Market is Western Canada’s Largest

Fresh, locally grown vegetables, talented artisans, delicious treats and farm-fresh meat – farmers’ market season is definitely something that Albertans look forward to every year.
Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part X

Five Things to do Around Alberta This Week - Part X

What does self care mean to you? For some it’s a vacation or lavish spa treatments. For others it’s sharing fine wine on a patio with a friend.
Indigenous Tourism in Alberta: Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

Indigenous Tourism in Alberta: Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site is a popular destination for Indigenous Tourism in Alberta. The site offers a rich cultural and historical experience to guests.
Canoeing in Northern Alberta: Experiencing the Province from a Different Point of View

Canoeing in Northern Alberta: Experiencing the Province from a Different Point of View

Canoeing is an incredible way to experience the stunning beauty that northern Alberta rivers and lakes have to offer. It allows visitors to explore natural areas that are not easily accessible by car or even by foot. A canoe trip in Lac La Biche or Peace River is an unforgettable experience.