Alberta has two of the world's most beautiful lakes located in Banff National Park. The first is Moraine Lake, a glacial lake located in the Ten Peaks Valley, where you can rent a canoe and sail on the clear blue waters of the glacial mineral water; the other being Lake Minnewanka, where moose, Odocoileus hemionus crook, goats and bears can be found everywhere.
You can also visit Jasper National Park to see the waterfalls and feel the mist come over you, which becomes extremely transcendent when the temperature drops below freezing. Put on your sturdiest skates and walk-through frozen gorges to witness the true power of natural wonders. Many of Alberta's famous attractions showcase the power of nature, from ancient glaciers in the Rockies to canyons, waterfalls, and lakes formed by even earlier glaciers.
Drumheller, located about an hour and 30 minutes northeast of Calgary, was an active hotbed of dinosaurs. This led to the establishment of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. The museum collects, preserves, and exhibits the paleontological (dinosaur) history of the region, and with one of the largest dinosaur fossil exhibits in the world and over 160,000 individual specimens, it is a must-see for science lovers and fans of "Jurassic Park”.
West Edmonton Mall, located in Edmonton, has the world's largest indoor amusement park, the largest indoor lake, the largest indoor wave pool, ice rink, and park, it has over 800 stores and 100 restaurants, covering an area of 5.3 million square feet, it is the largest mall in North America, an area equivalent to a small city. Whether it's learning to skate, playing miniature golf, riding a roller coaster, or shopping all day, there's always more to see and more to do at this mega-mall.