Railway Bridge

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Designed by a French engineer, a half-mile-long Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTPR) bridge is the longest bridge in BC. It was completed in 1914. It’s an expensive city and industry scene, ever-changing with the season, fluctuating river levels and ice with the grassy, treed island midstream. It is a popular place for locals to hang […]

Prince George Cutbanks

cut banks

Prince George has its notoriously steep Cutbanks. They are more than just a pre or post-work cardio blast; they are an icon in Prince George. Climbing up the Cutbanks has become more of a social activity rather than a solo achievement. Do not forget to take a flight on the swing installed by someone unknown […]

Mr. PG

monument in prince george

The mascot statue of Prince George Mr. PG is a wooden landmark and has been greeting guests to Prince George since 1960! Located at the intersection of two major highways, it can have different flags to recognize or celebrate various community events. Friendly and straightforward park adjacent to allow visitors to see the statue up […]

Exploration Place

dinosour skeleton

Terrific place to visit with kids It’s not a science world, but it is a combination of various exhibits. Discover the local history, hands-on science and experience various collections and galleries. The Exploration Place is located in Lheidli’ T’enneh Memorial Park. The museum plus science center is owned and operated by Fraser Fort George society. […]

White Rock Pier

White Rock Pier is Canada’s longest – 470-metre-long – pier. The pier is a major attraction in White Rock. Originally built in 1914, it was a dock for steamships that arrived when the Great Northern Railway began operation. On December 20, 2018, the pier was severely damaged during a wind storm. The pier has been […]

Dinosaur Capital of British Columbia

girl stan on rocks

Tumbler Ridge is home to UNESCO Global Geo Park. The history was made when the discovery of dinosaur tracks in 2000 by two local boys while playing along Flatbed Creek, led to major fossil and bone discoveries from the Cretaceous Period. The Geo Park shows British Columbia’s first Dinosaur bone beds, first Tyrannosaur skull, only […]

Dinosaur Discovery Gallery

dinosour skeleton

This gallery showcases the region’s heritage including fossils that are unique to Tumbler Ridge. Visit to see and learn about dinosaur fossils and ongoing research. Here you can see very rare Tyrannosaur footprints and fossil fish specimens. Opened in 2007, it is only the gallery of its kind in British Columbia. Must watch all the […]

Shipyard Titanic Rock

black rocks and mountains

“At the mouth of Babcock Mountain, these unique Geological formations are quite unlike anything else in the world. The Shipyard consist of a series of gravity-defying rock towers. The titanic, much like its name, is a massive rock that resembles the sinking ship. These breath-taking rock formations make you feel like you’re on top of […]

Kinuseo Falls

Kinuseo Falls is a highlight of Monkman Provincial Park

At 60 meters high, Kinuseo Falls is higher than Niagara Falls. Kinuseo Falls is a highlight of Monkman Provincial Park. Above the falls, the folding and faulting which occurred with the uplift of the Rockies millions of years ago can be seen as an “S” curve on the far wall. Tumbler Ridge is the abode […]

Flatbed Falls

sun light and flatbed falls

Great place for a lunch stop, easy hilly walk. At low water, you can approach right to the brink and sit on the exposed rock or go below to examine the geology next to it. Flatbed falls is a very quick hike off the road just outside Tumbler Ridge on Flatbed creek and is a […]

Quality Falls

fantastic view quality falls

Quality Falls drops 7 meters over a resistant sandstone layer, with softer rocks below the ledge. The trail drops down to the creek level in a series of switchbacks which lets you get a better view of the falls. The rocks at Quality Falls are in the Kaskapau Formation and are about 95 million years […]

Martin Falls

martin falls view

Martin Falls is a 0.8 kilometre lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Chetwynd, British Columbia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. There are two sets of falls, approximately 5 m and 7 m tall. You can hike out onto the creek bed below one set of falls and […]

Bergeron Falls

Bergeron Falls view

Bergeron falls hosts one of the highest waterfalls in BC. With an over 100m plunge into a horseshoe-shaped bowl at the bottom, the waterfall is a spectacular sight to behold. The first 500 metres of the trail are shared, after which there is a fork: cliffs to the left, falls to the right.

Lake Joan & Canary Falls

picture of canary falls

Lake Joan is a most attractive lake, inside Monkman Park, and a short hiking trail leads past Canary Falls to its tranquil shores, where moose and other wildlife are frequently seen. Photo: @CollinBallPhotography

Red Rock Parkway

picture of red rock in park way

The red rock pathway lets you experience the breathtaking transition from the prairies to the Rockies. A 15km stretch through Blakiston valley leads to Red Rock. The Red Rock Parkway travels 15 km up the Blakiston Valley through rolling grasslands and ends at Red Rock Canyon. It is the best place to experience Waterton’s classic […]

Bison Paddock Overlook

Bison Paddock Overlook

This scenic overlook takes you to the more traditional prairie views where grazing Bison roam about the rough fescue. Located below the Overlook, Bison can frequently be seen within the paddock. Photo: Waterton Lakes National Park

Cameron Falls

beauty of cameron falls

Watertons very own surreal waterfall, located directly in the townsite for everyone to see. Mother nature’s backdrop for gorgeous and stunning photos that will make any traveller stop in awe. Home to Canadas ‘Pink Waterfall’, the miraculous event of the falls that was luckily seen turning pink nearly 10 years ago, maybe you will be […]

Waterton Shoreline Cruise

large ship

Step aboard the historical M.V. International (Canadas oldest operating passenger ship) for expertise and tours that only 60 years of experience can bring. Amazing cruises along the water provide for a whole new perspective to stunning scenery. Waterton Shoreline Cruises is a small family-owned tour boat company in Waterton Lakes National Park.

“Dinosaur Capital of the World”

drumheller welcome sign

Drumheller is proud to be the dinosaur capital of the world and provide plenty of spectacles where these extinct creatures are concerned. We have education and entertainment bundled up together when you visit one of our dinosaur-related attractions. Photo: https://roadtripalberta.com/drumheller-badlands/

World’s Largest Dinosaur

dinosour mouth

Stand 86 feet high in the mouth of the World’s Largest Dinosaur and see the view from behind her pearly whites (don’t forget your camera). The model Tyrannosaurus was constructed of fibreglass and steel. Photo: CBC

Atlas Coal Mine

historic place

Hike up the underground, climb the tipple, ride the train, explore amazing machines, and uncover Drumheller’s salacious past at the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site. The Atlas preserves the last of the 139 mines which operated in the Drumheller Valley from 1911-1979 when “Coal was King” in the Drumheller Valley.

Rosedale Suspension Bridge

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The bridge was once used by miners but is now a favourite among locals for fishing and to access great Badlands terrain. The historic Rosedale Suspension Bridge on Mabbot Road, Rosedale is just 9 km from Drumheller. Photo: Mascdman

Hoodoos

A hoodoo is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland.

The Hoodoos take millions of years to form and stand 5 to 7 meters tall. They are naturally shaped by wind and water and each hoodoo is a sandstone pillar resting on a thick base of shale that is capped by a large stone. The Hoodoos is a Provincial Historic Resource and one of Alberta’s […]

Orkney Viewpoint

view of Orkney Viewpoint

Beautiful views of the Red Deer River Valley. You can watch as the river snakes its way through the valley for many kilometres. The view is calming and relaxing.

Fairmont Banff Springs

hotel

In the heart of Banff National Park, in the Canadian Rockies, the luxury Fairmont Banff Springs hotel has provided legendary hospitality for over 130 years. The hotel opened in 1888 by the Canadian Pacific Railway. The building was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1988. Photo: Dylannother, Wikimedia Commons

Banff Sunshine Village

Banff Sunshine Village, ski resort

Banff Sunshine Village’s unique location will make you feel miles away from civilization, even though you’re only a 15-minute drive from the town of Banff. We are located 7,200 feet high on the Continental Divide, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Our three mountains offer vast terrain, and will wow you with 360 degrees […]

Town of Banff

street and mountain

The town of Banff is a spirited place, alive with adventure and wonder. In all directions, you’re surrounded by strikingly beautiful and rugged mountains that seem to burst straight out of the ground. You might see a herd of deer wandering down the main street during your early morning jog. The lively streets of downtown […]

Iconic Lake Louise

beautifull view of louise lake

You have seen photos of the lake but they haven’t prepared you for how it feels to experience it yourself. Rounding the corner, the sight of the emerald green water and rugged peaks and glaciers hits you viscerally. You’ve never seen anything so dramatically beautiful. Late in the day, with the glowing sun dropping behind […]

Banff Gondola

picture of cable cars in banff city mountain

Timeless Rocky Mountain views. Experience a world of adventure and beauty at the summit of Banff’s Sulphur Mountain. Indoors, the experience is equal parts of excitement and exploration, with an interpretive centre and theatre to captivate the child in all of us. Outside, the epic views are truly endless from the rooftop deck or with […]