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Alberta Summer Travel Show: The best of the best in our own backyard

Alberta offers incredible diversity in its landscapes, in nature and in our cities and towns. Home of world-renowned travel destinations like Banff and Jasper National Parks, along with our vibrant cities and hundreds of rural destinations and provincial parks, it’s no wonder more Albertans are choosing to explore their own backyard this summer.

The Edmonton Journal’s Alberta Summer Travel Show is on April 25th. Offering free admission and free parking, this tradeshow will feature exhibitors from around the province that will help you plan your holidays this year. Tourism organizations from Alberta towns and cities, information on Alberta Parks and National Parks, accommodation providers, attractions, activity and tour guide operators will all be there to show you Alberta’s best.  

Alberta is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Our Rocky Mountain parks offer memorable opportunities for family camping trips, luxurious romantic getaways and extreme outdoor adventure.  The province is dotted with pristine lakes, rivers, areas of thick forests and the unique Canadian badlands, perfect for RVers, avid anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts looking for a natural escape. At the Alberta Summer Travel Show you’ll discover the best places to camp, hike, bike, fish, golf, relax and explore.

Edmonton and Calgary are two of Canada’s most flourishing cities. Both offer an incredible listing of international festivals, special events, accommodation options, dining and nightlife venues. Discover the best places to stay, eat and treat yourself while you’re exploring these urban landscapes and the communities that surround them.

Whether you’re looking for an urban staycation, outdoor adventure, cultural or historical experience or to just hit the open road, you’ll find the best Alberta has to offer at the Alberta Summer Travel Show on April 25th, at the Four Points by Sheraton Edmonton South at 7230 Argyll Road, Edmonton.

To be an exhibitor at this event, please contact Willy Grant at wgrant@edmontonjournal.com or 780-429-5110.


Amy Hancock - Edmonton Journal