Southern Alberta is so different from the rest of the province. It’s the best of the province’s geographically diverse landscape all rolled into one awesome package. A lot of rolling prairie. And a lot of impressive mountains, too. In the southeast you’re surrounded by rolling prairie and one big interprovincial park called Cypress Hills.
Not too far down the road that prairie nestles right up against majestic mountains and Castle Provincial Park as well as the Waterton National Park. That what makes the whole region the perfect basecamp for so many off the hook winter adventures.
You have the choice of three ski resorts and four communities which all their own personalities, with a mix of urban and rural experiences you can explore for a week or a weekend.
The cities here, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass are all connected by Highway 3, a meandering ribbon of highway that is your pathway to winter fun.
#ExploreAlberta while building your #BucketlistAB along the Crowsnest Highway.
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