The Best Of Alberta Tourism Week In Photos

Travel Alberta put on a contest over the past few weeks getting people to showcase their best of Alberta travel photos using the hashtag #iTravelAlberta. As it comes to a close today I thought we could all take a look at who shared what. There’s a lot to see in Alberta so enjoy my favourites and thanks to Travel Alberta for putting this on.

More northern lights #itravelalberta

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Hiked to the site of a 1946 plane crash in the valley at the base of Mount Coulthard. We decided to hike it as a loop, as it was a hot, sunny, beautiful day. According to the Crowsnest Heritage Initiative, a plane carrying seven people crashed right here in this spot in 1946, killing all on board. It made me sad and angry that past visitors had etched their names or other text into the plane’s tail and the other parts scattered about. I never understood this desire to scratch names and years in historical artifacts. Your doing so devalues it for others to come and contributes to the deterioration of the artifact *** 16 km round trip (with two small instances of getting off-track), 570 metres elevation gain, 1,961 metres max elevation *** #hiking #crowsnestpass #explorethepass #gocrowsnest #findyourselfinthepass #alberta #albertahistory #southwestalberta #planecrash #itravelalberta #CNPadventure

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Maligne(wicked) Canyon #waterfall #itravelalberta

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