When you move to a new place, you tend to be more excited about discovering it than people who have lived there forever.
Think about how you explore a city when you’re a tourist. You delve deep into the history and highlights of the place. Locals, treat it like their home, get in a routine, and are less likely to go out and really experience and appreciate what their city is about.Tourism Alberta‘s Remember to Breathe videos to understand how much there is to do here.
Here’s an inventory of the things I’ve done and want to do – My Alberta Bucket List:
Climb Ha Ling Peak Hike Above Peyto Lake Visit Bar U Ranch Camp at Waterton National Park
See the Larch Trees in Fall Hike to the Lake Agnes Tea House Have ice cream at Mackay’s in Cochrance Camp at Cypress Hills Visit Drumheller Ride the bobsleigh Eat some prairie oysters Hike To The Plain Of Six Glaciers Climb the trail to Sulphur Mountain Camp at Two Jack Lake Ride a mechanical bull Own a cowboy hat Mountain bike in K Country Take a picture at Picture Butte Visit Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump Hike Mount Yamnuska Paddle a canoe at Lake Louise Eat Taber corn Walk on the Columbia Icefield Hike above the tree line in the Rockies Take the Highwood Pass Cycle to Bragg Creek Buy a share of a cow Hike and camp in the backcountry Golf at Kananaskis Visit Spray Lakes Camp at Dinosaur Provincial Park Watch the Chuckwagons at the Stampede Have some shooters at Cowboys Wander West Edmonton Mall Water ski at Sylvan Lake See Lake Minnewanka Ride a horse Golf at Banff Springs Two-Step at the Stampede Visit Jasper Watch show jumping at Spruce Meadows Raft the Bow River Go to the top of the Calgary Tower visit Vulcan Meet Jarome Iginla Go to a Roughnecks game Go to a Stamps game Go to the Battle of Alberta [hockey] [football] Skate on an outdoor rink Have tea at Chateau Lake Louise hike to Assiniboine Lodge
What should I add to the list?