It’s funny, in the last few years of traveling I packed in, I always revert to one thought, and that’s how lucky people in Alberta (especially Calgary in my opinion) are to live in this beautiful province. From the badlands, to the mountains, prairies and big skies, northern lights, thunderstorms, winter wonderlands, beautiful skylines, incredible wildlife, and national parks with trails galore, Alberta is incredibly dynamic and to have it all in my backyard really makes taking photographs a breeze. If you’re looking to Travel Alberta, keep reading and explore what it has to offer.
If you’re thinking about traveling to Alberta, there’s a ton of good resources I’ll share to help you on your trip, you can also follow Instagram feeds like https://www.instagram.com/travelalberta/ to see the many different places you can visit, keep an eye on Facebook groups like, Alberta Storm Chasers to watch out and monitor for epic storms, or the popular Alberta Aurora Chasers where tons of information, pictures, and predictions are given for photographers looking to capture the northern lights.
You can also check out my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/calgaryphotographer/ Although I do have a mix of shots from everywhere, tons of work from Alberta though!
If you’re looking to plan your vacation check out Travel Alberta’s guide – https://www.travelalberta.com/ca/plan-your-trip/vacation-guides/ –
They also have some deals on the site: https://www.travelalberta.com/ca/plan-your-trip/offers/
Okay, here’s my top ‘ Travel Alberta ‘ pictures from the last few years of Alberta that I’ve taken, this will include top: Landscapes, Winterscapes, Northern Lights, Calgary, Mountainscapes, and Nature shots.
Sunset in Kananaskis
Grassi Lakes – Canmore
Train Tracks with Mount Yamnuska in the background
Red Rock Canyon Waterton National Park
Red Rock Canyon – Waterton
Rural Alberta Prairie storm
Sun setting on some raining storm clouds.
Rocky Mountain House from a Helicopter.
Hope you enjoyed this post, if you’re ever considering a trip to Alberta, it’s well worth it!
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