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Celebrate the 2017 Alto Award Winners

The Alberta Tourism Awards celebrate and acknowledge individuals and organizations in our province and the effort to shine the light on all Alberta has to offer.   Travel Alberta congratulates the following industry partners: Alberta Pride – Big Valley Jamboree Marketing Excellence (up to $10,000) – Fantasyland Hotel Flash Sale Marketing …

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Head North

Spanning southeastern British Columbia, Canada’s Powder Highway claims the highest concentration of skiing and snowboarding in the world, with eight alpine resorts, dozens of heli and cat operations, seemingly endless backcountry (including huts and cabins), plus Nordic skiing and unlimited backcountry touring options. An exposé could fill an encyclopedia. Here …

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The Best Ski Resorts on The Powder Highway

The Powder Highway is nothing less than a powder junkie’s utopia. This 680-mile road meanders through the interior of British Columbia’s Kootenay Rockies, offering up a wealth of diverse terrain covered in legendary, ultra deep powder. The eight Alpine ski resorts along this famed highway are accessible, yet still remote enough, …

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UNWTO Tourism Highlights for 2017

The United Nations World Tourism Organization released tourism highlights for 2017. The report outlines results for 2016 and provides a long-term forecast to as far as 2030. Read the full report to understand how tourism has become one the largest and fastest growing economic sectors in the world and how …

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Market Insight Webinar Series now available on-demand

If you missed the recent Marketing Insight webinar series or just want to take a second look, we’ve uploaded the series for you to view on-demand.  The Travel Alberta-led webinar series focus on key considerations for leisure and business travel from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, China, Japan, …

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Find adventure this fall in nearby mountain towns

The Japanese call it ‘Shinrin-Yoku’ and, simply put, it means spending time outdoors for better mind and body health. Some may think that’s not possible in autumn with its darker days, more frantic pace and increased screen time. While no more sand in the toes is sad, you can turn …

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