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Organizations: Tourism, Parks, and Recreation (1992,2008-2014) Audience: Visitors to Alberta Tags: outdoor activities

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March 1, 2016

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Provides information about William A. Switzer Provincial Park, which is located 20 kilometres northwest of Hinton on n the foothills of Alberta’s Northern Rockies. It is home to an abundance of wildlife including grizzly and black bears, wolves, cougars, foxes, moose, beavers and loon. The park...


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August 1, 2014

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Provides information about Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. The guide includes information on park activities, a map of the park and surrounding area, and sources of more information.


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January 1, 2013

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Provides information about Whitney Lakes Provincial Park. Located three hours northeast of Edmonton, he park is situated in a beautiful forested landscape surrounding four lakes—Whitney, Ross, Laurier and Borden. The guide includes a map of the park and surrounding area, and sources of more...


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August 1, 2012

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Provides information about Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, which is located 42 kilometres southeast of the town of Milk River. Writing-on-Stone is a sacred landscape that has a special spiritual significance to the Blackfoot people. The guide includes information on the history and environment...


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April 1, 2012

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Map of campground and amenities along with description of Rock Lake provincial park.


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April 1, 2012

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Fort Assiniboine Sandhills was designated a wildland park in 1997. It covers approximately 66 square kilometres along the north shore of the Athabasca River northeast of the Hamlet of Ft. Assiniboine, roughly 40 kilometres northwest of Barrhead. The Athabasca River forms the eastern boundary of...


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February 1, 2011

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Provides information about Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park, located 11 kilometres northeast of the town of Lac La Biche. It is Alberta’s only park of islands. The main island, Big Island, is in the east basin of Lac La Biche. The guide includes information on park activities, a map of the...