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Guided walks and the popular Badlands bus tours take you to parts of the park otherwise out of bounds to visitors. FORT CHIPEWYAN ❻ Zigzag on Hwy 544, 884 and Hwy 1 to Medicine Hat. Here you can visit the world’s tallest teepee and tour the Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic Site. Other diversions include Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, the Windmill Museum in Etzikom, Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur Heritage Museum in Warner and Writing63 on-Stone Provincial Park near Milk River where native carvings FORT McMURRAY 69 (petroglyphs) and paintings cover sheer sandstone cliffs.
The vertical rise is 897 m (2,944 ft). Take a guided tour through the ice-encrusted labyrinth of 50 m (164 ft) deep Maligne Canyon. Sights include spectacular frozen waterfalls, sheer canyon walls, and the eerie beauty of an icy winter landscape. on Hwy 16 to the Cadomin Caves, near Hinton. These caves are the best known and most accessible in Alberta. At Hinton take a stunning side trip to Grande Cache, home of the Canadian Death Race and the gateway to the spectacular Willmore BONNYVILLE sq km Wilderness Park—4,600 (1,776 sq mi) of28A foothill and 28 SMOKY LAKE ST.
Golfing, rafting, fishing, canoeing, mountain biking and hiking opportunities abound in Banff. ❻ After Banff, travel east on Hwy 1 and notice how the Rockies shrink and tumble into rolling foothills. Just as they flatten out, you’ll arrive at your final destination, Calgary. ❹ In Lake Louise, you will find one of the most photographed lakes in the world—Lake Louise— and marvel over its equally stunning neighbour, Moraine Lake. This area is an international mecca for hikers and climbers. com/Roadtrips.