The Dinosaur Trail Golf Club in Drumheller offers a unique golfing experience. With a vintage front 9 nestled in a river valley, and a dramatic back 9 meandering through the hoodoos and badlands, this challenging course is gorgeous.
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5 Calgary Spring Road Trips And What To Eat Along The Way
Here are some great spring road trips you can take around Calgary – along with things to eat when you’re out. The weather might not be the best, but the food will be.
7 Places To Visit In Alberta To Find The Ultimate Canadian Summer Adventure
Here are 7 places near Calgary where you can chase the Ultimate Canadian Summer adventure. From mountains to beaches, it’s all right here.
ROAD TRIP: Itinerary For A Fun Family Weekend In Medicine Hat
There are lots of things to do when you spend a family weekend in Medicine Hat. It’s just a 3 hour drive to get away from it all, relax, unwind, and explore. Here are some family friendly things to do in Medicine Hat.
Where To Go For A Run In Medicine Hat
There are many great trails to go for a run in Medicine Hat.
Seen In Calgary #41: Stars. Lots And Lots of Stars
If you want to see aurora near Calgary, you need to put the lights of the city to your back. There’s no better place than Starland County, just 90 minutes outside Calgary.
13 Things To Do On A Daytrip From Calgary To The Drumheller Valley
When going on a daytrip from Calgary, you can spin the compass in any direction and find adventure. The most popular options are mountains to the west, or badlands to the east. It’s a coin…
Why Everyone Says Camping At Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park Is The Best In Alberta
Camping at Writing-On-Stone provincial Park is often picked as the best in Alberta. It’s easy to see why, the campground is small enough and entertaining enough to be perfect.
Finding Classic Neon Signs In The Gas City
Medicine Hat is known as the Gas City because of its vast natural gas reserves. But it also has wonderful neon gas signs. Check them out on this tour of Medicine Hat’s great sign art.
Maybe It Was Something I Ate #40: Dining Under A Teepee In Medicine Hat
Medicine Hat is making a name for itself in culinary tourism. It wants you to come visit and eat. So I did, al fresco, under the teepee in Medicine Hat.
Where Is The Paris of The Prairies? The Lethbridge Viaduct Makes A Case
The Lethbridge Viaduct looks stunningly like the Eiffel Tower – from the right angle anyway. Take a look at these pictures and tell me you don’t see it.
Maybe It Was Something I Ate #37: Taber Corn In Taber At The Taber Cornfest
The best corn in the world is Taber corn. Simply because of the warm sun and cool nights. When you can eat Taber corn in Taber at Cornfest, you win at life. That’s all there is to it, really.
Dinosaur Eggs At Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur & Heritage Museum In Warner, Alberta
The Canadian Badlands is home to many dinosaur beds, including Devil’s Coulee dinosaur nest fine. You can touch dinosaur eggs at this small museum in Warner, just southeasts of Lethbridge.
Hiking The Hoodoo Trail Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park
The Hoodoo Trail Writing On Stone provincial park is a wonderful place to explore Canada’s Badlands and see petroglyphs and pictographs. It’s an easy hike that normally offers huge expanses of sky above the rugged hoodoos – not on our visit.
A Train Ride On The Alberta Prairie Railway Through The Badlands
I took the boys for a ride on the Alberta Prairie Railway from Stettler to Big Valley. It reminded me of old train rides with my Grumps, except back in the day, our trains didn’t get robbed.
The World Famous Gopher Hole Museum In Torrington, Alberta
The World Famous Gopher Hole Museum in Torringont, Alberta is absolutely wonderful. A great example of community spirit combining with kitsch and creating something worth a smile.