These free, printable travel maps of Alberta are divided into four regions:
Explore Alberta with these helpful travel maps from the latest edition of Moon Western Canada.
Travel Maps of Calgary & Vicinity
Known for the Calgary Stampede, a massive annual summer rodeo and festival, Calgary is a chic cosmopolitan city steeped in western culture. Surrounded by incredibly natural beauty, it’s a place where you can experience the marvels of nature and a sizzling cultural scene all in one day.
Travel Maps of Southern Alberta
Historic Medicine Hat is known for its rich arts and cultural scene, and Lethbridge for embracing its Wild West heritage–the city started out as a whiskey trading post, both make excellent bases for day trips ranging far outside the city limits. Take at least a full day for Waterton Lakes National Park; it’s a small park but packs a serious punch, rivalling its large northern sisters of Banff and Jasper.
Travel Maps of Banff and Jasper National Parks
Canada’s first national park, Banff spans miles and miles of valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers. Explore natural attractions like Lake Minnewanka, hike to the top of Tunnel Mountain, and soak up the luxury at the spa. Remember, the best time to see Lake Louise in all its glory is early in the morning.
Travel Maps of Edmonton and Northern Alberta
Edmonton’s highlights include the Royal Alberta Museum, Muttart Conservatory, and Fort Edmonton Park–and the West Edmonton Mall, which is a mini-city all on its own and shopping experience like no other.
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