Visitors to Alberta Benefit from Added Coverage of GyPSy Guide Network
GyPSy Guide has announced further expansions to its Alto Award winning Guided Self-Drive Tour Network in Alberta.
Drumheller and Alberta SW and Waterton, two of Alberta’s most outstanding regions for both beauty and diverse visitor experiences, have been added to the current tour network, increasing the number of point of interest activation locations to more than 2,500 across Alberta.
Drumheller is connected to Highway 2 using route 9/72 through Beiseker. Along the way visitors enjoy an entertaining warm up on geology and palaeontology to prepare for a fascinating visit to Canada’s Dinosaur Capital. From Drumheller there are 2 loops from the town to follow, the Dinosaur Trail and the Hoodoos Trail. Each drive offers an impressive variety of natural impressive views at places like the Hoodoos, Orkney Viewpoint and Horseshoe Canyon, mixed with fascinating attractions provide insight into past and present at the Atlas Coal Mine, Wayne, the World’s Biggest Little Church and the Rosedale Suspension Bridge. And for many the highlight will of course be the world class Royal Tyrrell Museum. Each loop takes about 2 hours to drive but more time is recommended to make numerous photo-stops and visits. There are 120+ commentary points on the tour.
Leaving Drumheller, driving visitors can enjoy commentary on 2 routes. Return to Highway 2 through Beiseker and a whole new series of stories and commentary or visit pretty Rosebud and continue towards Calgary Airport to connect to the network of commentary to Calgary downtown, Waterton or Banff and the Canadian Rockies.
Rentals are available in Drumheller at the Canalta Jurassic Hotel or rent from any of the 14 GyPSy Guide locations and the Drumheller is included.
Alberta SW and Waterton:
Alberta SW enjoys a stunning variety of terrain and beautiful scenery richly combined with a fascinating human and cultural history and attractions. Within a few hours, driving tourists can experience diversity unlike anywhere else.
The UNESCO World Heritage listed Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump, lays in sight of ultra-modern wind turbine farms. Waterton’s towering peaks and wildlife sit alongside cowboys and ranchers. Drive through the boulder-field of one of the continent’s biggest mountain rockslides in Crowsnest Pass while just down the highway, see the location of one of Alberta’s first forts and nearly the Provincial Capital in Fort McLeod. Now GyPSy Guide is your tour guide providing 500+ commentary points throughout the region.
The region is connected to Calgary and the Rocky Mountain National Parks by 2 routes with commentary, Highway 22 – the Cowboy Trail, and Highway 2 from Calgary through classic Alberta rural towns like Nanton and Claresholm.
Rentals are available in Waterton from Tamarack Outfitters or rent from any other GyPSy Guide location in Calgary, the Rockies and beyond.
About GyPSy Guide:
Launched in 2006, GyPSy Guide represents the biggest advancement in self-drive touring since the road map. Clever technology and old fashioned story-telling are combined to provide visitors with an entertaining and educational experience as they explore western Canada. GyPSy Guide provides the independent, self-driving visitor with a guided tour experience through that commentary activates AUTOMATICALLY as the visitor drives, sharing stories, tips and advice prepared by professional tour guides. For more information, please visit www.gypsyguide.com
Author: GyPSy Guide
Published: July 19, 2012