Discover the best top things to do in Alberta, Alberta including Trestle Bridge Mill, Creek Ravine, Old Strathcona, Banff Avenue, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Bowness Park, Policeman's Creek Boardwalk, Stephen Avenue Walk, Victoria Park, Elbow River Promenade, Fort Saskatchewan Gaol Cemetery.
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4.5 based on 259 reviews
Historic neighborhood containing buildings dating back to 1891.
4.5 based on 1,435 reviews
Great atmosphere of Canadian Rockies. It is an iconic street to get the unique feel of Rocky Mountains and Banff National park. Plenty to see, museums and souvenir shops, galleries with Inuit and gemstone art, sport equipment rentals, restaurants with international cuisine from Canadian and French to Mexican and Italian, bars, pubs, diners and Rocky chocolateries.
4.5 based on 1,593 reviews
We have just finished a wonderful week at the Fairmont Chateau. The highlights of the week are: The Ice Magic festival was amazing: teams of 2 working for 36 hours to create amazing ice sculptures with chainsaws , drills, and irons ... cannot believe the artwork they created ( it was -30 degrees as well) Gold Floor: the food, the service , the room and most of all the view is amazing. We are a family of 4 sharing one room with 2 queens, we loved breakfast every morning ( omelettes by Conner and the team were a highlight) the all day snacks and drinks were also used each day. Some nights if we had lunch we would just have the gold lounge canapés for dinner .. they were great .. the concierge would also organise anything you needed. The Night Snow Shoe experience: booked this in for our last night in Lake Louise and had a great experience. The weather had warmed up and our guide was both knowledgeable and great fun. Recommend this to families, as long as you can walk you can snowshoe Book in a photo session: the professional photographers are great, we walked In a 30 minute photo session which produced great photos with no fuss (I am not a photo shoot fan and I enjoyed it :-) ) Overall cannot praise the lake Louise team highly enough ... well done
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Great place for an afternoon hike. We parked down by Valley Ridge Drive NW and walked down to the River. Beautiful landscape, lots of mature trees and we finished it off with some time at the park.
4.5 based on 305 reviews
I walked a portion of this trail (about 2 km) on September 27, 2020. I enjoyed discovering this pretty little trail through town and it was such a gem! The trail led along a section of wooden boardwalks through an open grassy area and along the creek on a gravel path through the woods. There were lots of amazing views along the way. It was a very peaceful trail, flat and easy, and a nice place to go for a relaxing walk.
4.0 based on 675 reviews
Calgary's only pedestrian mall, Stephen Avenue features a year-round pedestrian experience featuring shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues. It is home to: • 5,000 to 10,000 people per hour in peak times • Live performances, buskers, music, festivals, artists and culture galore • Nine major shopping centres/department stores • Some of Calgary's finest restaurants, pubs, cafés and bars • An eclectic mix of boutiques and galleries Stephen Avenue Walk is managed daily from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm by the Calgary Downtown Association on behalf of the City of Calgary.
When Calgary is in the grip of a cold snap like it is currently, people don't linger on Stephen Avenue Walk, but all the restaurants and attractions on it are still easy to get to. There is quite a lot of indoor parking nearby, and the Plus 15 elevated interior sidewalk system crosses over it and parallels it as several points. By day it is closed to vehicles and in anything but the worst weather, still a nice promenade. After 6 pm, it is open to vehicle traffic and there is some street parking. On our recent visits to downtown Calgary, although we didn't walk its length, we were able to admire it from several vantage points.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
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