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Alberta is known for its spectacular scenery and it has some of the most gorgeous waterfalls in Canada, and it's especially true in the fall.

Nestled in the mountains, there are tons of incredible waterfalls in Alberta to explore where you can take in the fall colours.

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Alberta is home to majestic mountains, impressive waterfalls and sparkling lakes and one of the best ways to check out all the sights is by hiking one of Alberta's many trails.

But let's face it, hiking isn't for everyone so if you're new to hiking or you just don't fancy a strenuous trail, there are plenty of beautiful hikes near Calgary that aren't challenging and still give you breathtaking views.

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Calgary Pride Week kicks off in August and if you're looking for things to do in the city, there are so many options to check out.

Pride Week in Calgary kicks off on August 26 and runs until September 4, 2023, and the city will be bursting with events celebrating the city's 2SLGBTQ+ community.

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When it comes to hiking, it doesn't get much better than heading out for an adventure in the Canadian Rockies. While Alberta has tons of incredible hikes that vary in difficulty, there are actually a ton of easy hikes that have some pretty impressive lake views.

With sparkling blue-green water and jaw-dropping mountain scenery, hikes don't get much better than these magical spots in Alberta.

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As much as we'd like to pretend otherwise, there are just a few short months until the dreaded snow arrives. But until then, there's still some time to enjoy a lot of Alberta's most beautiful hikes and make the most of those remaining summer days.

While it's definitely possible to hike in winter, there are some trails and areas that get closed off for the colder months meaning a lot of these stunning views won't be around to see in person until next year.

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