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From the heights of the Rockies to the prairie plains, a land as diverse as it is beautiful.

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Welcome to Wild Rose Country

When you think of outdoor adventure in Alberta, the Rocky Mountains probably come to mind first. Huge, snow-capped mountains stretch as far as the eye can see, creating a world-famous playground for hikers, backpackers, mountaineers, rock climbers, canoers, kayakers, mountain bikers, hunters and anglers. While the tourist hot spots like Banff and Lake Louise can get quite busy, it is not hard to get off the beaten path and find a slice of nature to enjoy all to yourself.

As you move into the foothills, vast areas of Crown land and Public Land Use Zones offer even more opportunities for camping, off-roading, ATVing and fishing. Easy access to the wilderness makes this a popular destination for all sorts of recreationists. Continuing east into the prairies, wildlife viewers, birders and photographers can catch a glimpse of numerous rare species, while hunters can explore the wetlands for waterfowl or stalk the grasslands in pursuit of deer and pronghorn antelope. And come winter, the entire province become a playground for snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers, while backcountry skiers and snowboarders flock to the western peaks in search of the powder run of a lifetime. All of these adventures and more can be found within our wide range of Alberta map products including Backroad Mapbooks, GPS Maps, TOPO Maps and the BRMB Navigator App.

Whether you are hiking into the alpine of the Rocky Mountains or are enjoying a relaxing afternoon fishing in Alberta’s Lake Country, our massive database of adventure information is just the turn of a page or the click of a button away.

 

 

 

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Wild Turkey Hunting Across Canada

While the Wild Turkey all but disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909 after being eliminated by unregulated hunting, they were reintroduced to the region in 1984. 30 years after they were reintroduced, the population has grown to an extremely impressive 100,000.

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