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As much as we'd like to pretend otherwise, fall is just around the corner and there's 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 2023.

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Attention adventure seekers! Parks Canada is offering free admission to all of the national parks in Canada but it's for one day only.

The federal government has announced that it is inviting all Canadians and international visitors to connect with nature and history at the country's "most iconic destinations" by taking advantage of free admission to celebrate Canada Day.

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The best places for stargazing in Canada were ranked and you'll get stunning views of the cosmos at all of these spots!

In a recent study, travel experts at Next Vacay looked at Instagram hashtags, air pollution levels, overall star visibility and more at Canada's national parks to figure out the best spots to stargaze.

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Summer is here, and we couldn't be more excited. Chances are you have a lot planned, from vacations, to beach days, to hikes all over the province. This is the perfect time to get outside and make as many memories as you can.

READ ALSO: 7 Secret Places To Take Your Girlfriend In Alberta

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May is coming to a close, and that means summer is almost here. A lot of couples like to spend their summers backpacking through Europe, or exploring the tropics. Some of us, however, are living the student loan lifestyle or living paycheck to paycheck.

READ ALSO: 9 Airbnbs You Can Rent In Alberta For A Romantic Weekend Getaway

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