A lot of people seem to be under the impression that the only way to have fun when you're 21 is to travel far, far away. While this is definitely true, not a lot of us have the funds, or time to support our wanderlust.\nIf you're stuck in Alberta and are itching for adventure, have no fear, we've got you covered. There's more fun to be had here than hiking in the Rockies, or visiting the Calgary Stampede (although we highly recommend you do both of those at least once).\nWe've split up 21 adventures into different categories, perfect for you to conquer before your birthday. How many can you cross off?\nCity Life\nOutdoorsy\nFestivals\nFor City Life Adventures, click "Next"\nCity Life\nVisit the Calgary Stampede\nYou're not a true Albertan if you haven't tbh. Even if you're not one for drinking or rides, the food is more than enough reason to go.\nBook a luxurious spa retreat at one of Alberta's best\nTaking treat yo'self to a whole new level. Alberta has some seriously incredible spots, especially if you're headed up to the mountains.\nRoad trip with your best friends from Calgary to Seattle\nWe've made your itinerary, now you just have to drive. If you're seriously itching to get out of Canada, Seattle is the perfect distance away.\nTreat yourself to a weekend resort getaway\nWhether you're celebrating a birthday or anniversary, or just need to get away for a little while, a resort is the perfect place.\nRoad trip to some of Alberta's best breweries\nFrom Calgary to Jasper, everyone knows that Alberta breweries are top notch. Bring the beer fanatic in your life, and get tasting.\nVisit West Edmonton Mall\nLet's see if you can conquer shopping, an amusement park, and a water park all in one day.\nGet a picture with one of Alberta's weirdest landmarks\nFrom giant dinosaurs, to giant beavers, this province really has it all.\nFor Outdoorsy adventures, click "Next"\nOutdoorsy\nVisit the Miette Hot Springs in Jasper\nSit back, relax, and enjoy those gorgeous mountain views.\nGo canoeing in Moraine Lake\nThe crystal clear waters make for the most beautiful pictures.\nRide the Gondola in Banff National Park\nAll those mountain views, none of the sore muscles from hiking.\nTake a hike in Kananaskis Country\nThere's so many to choose from, but all the views at the end are amazing.\nExplore Johnston Canyon in Banff\nIt's usually full of tourists, but the crowds are definitely worth the view.\nGo digging for bones at Dinosaur Provincial Park\nSometimes you just need to feel like a kid again.\nGo glamping at one of Alberta's most luxurious camping spots\nEven your friend who hates camping will have a great time.\nFor Festival adventures, click "Next"\nFestivals\nChasing Summer Music Festival // Calgary\nIf you're the kind who likes to eat, sleep, rave, repeat, this is the festival for you.\nIce on Whyte Festival // Edmonton\nIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. If you need something to distract you from the bitter cold, why not admire some pretty artwork?\nOne Love Music Festival // Calgary\nAlberta doesn't get a ton of love from hip hop artists, so when we do, we milk it.\nCanmore Folk Music Festival // Canmore\nLet out your inner flower child in the mountains, and enjoy some quality, live music.\nCalgary International Film Festival // Calgary\nCalling all film buffs. This festival gives you the opportunity to enjoy 200 films over a span of 12 days. Which ones will you see?\nTaste of Edmonton // Edmonton\nLive music and delicious food, all rolled into one big, amazing event.\nK-Days // Edmonton\nIf you can't make it to the Calgary Stampede, this is your next best bet.