Southern Alberta

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Alberta : Southern Alberta
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Southern Alberta is a region in Alberta, Canada.

Regions

Cities

  • Cardston - Small town in the foothills best known for its carriage museum and Mormon temple.
  • Crowsnest Pass - Southern Alberta's gateway to the Rockies.
  • Fort Macleod - Jumping off point for Head Smashed-in Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Lethbridge - Third largest city in Alberta and center of Southern Alberta. It has a pretty river valley and variety of attractions.

Other destinations

  • Waterton Lakes National Park - A true natural gem in the Rockies in Alberta's extreme southwest. It is connected to Glacier National Park in Montana to form Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park.

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