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Alberta has such amazing scenery but some of its most unique landscapes can be found in the badlands. This Alberta spot has rock formations as old as time itself and it's almost like a mini Bryce Canyon.

Not only is the town of Drumheller known as the dinosaur capital of the world, but it also has some pretty stunning scenery and impressive sandstone formations that will make you feel like you're in a western movie.

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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

There's nothing like a bit of interprovincial rivalry and debates between those living in B.C. and those living in Alberta can get pretty heated.

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Cities in Alberta might have some of the most affordable housing costs in Canada, but the province also has a ton of stunning small towns that people might not have even considered living in before.

One Reddit user asked locals which small towns in Alberta they would love to live in, and so many people reached out to share their dream locations in the province.

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If you're looking for an epic road trip in Canada this summer, but you want to avoid the Icefields Parkway, there's another route in Alberta with stunning views.

This 228 kilometres drive across the Canadian Badlands includes the Dinosaur Trail and the Hoodoo Trail. It gives you amazing views and allows you to roam around the places where dinosaurs once lived in Canada.

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There’s a super tiny church in Alberta and you should probably find it at least once. Though, this little staple isn’t just a roadside attraction. People are actually getting married in the space and because of COVID-19, Drumheller’s Little Church has seen an influx in people.

Located in Drumheller is one of the tiniest churches in Canada. 

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