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Old 04-26-2018, 02:20 AM
 
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I haven't gotten many responses from a question posted in the Canada forum, so let's try you TRAVEL folks!

I'll be taking a road trip between Winnipeg, MB and Banff, AL between July 2 and July 8th.

I'm the kind of traveler who enjoys historic sites, museums, and gentle hikes of no more than 4 miles or so. I don't mind a night or two of camping. I'm not so much a city person except for visiting some really good museums.

What should I see and do in the Winnipeg area? Western MB?

What should I see and do across central Saskatchewan?

What should I see and do in Alberta before I get to Banff/Calgary (where I'm doing a Roads Scholar program)? Is Edmonton a must see, or should I skip it for more scenic places?

On the way back, I'll be driving from Calgary to my next stop, Medora ND. Since I've already driven Hwy 2 in Montana and ND just a few years ago, I kind of want to stay in AB and SK until I drop down towards Medora (probably on 85).

So, what should I see and do in southern AB and SK on the way back?

I really don't want to hear from folks who only want to say "it's flat out there". What does that have to do with anything?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 04-26-2018, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Hougary, Texberta
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It's REALLY flat out there...


I can't really speak to MB, because I just don't have that much experience there.


Saskatchewan - Regina, you can tour RCMP Depot, which is where all Mounties are trained, Wascana Lake is nice in the city.


As you head west, Grasslands National Park https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/sk/grasslands/


Sand Hills Provincial Park https://greatsouthwest.ca/great-sandhills/


Cypress Hills


Alberta -


Dinosaur Provincial Park by Brooks https://www.travelalberta.com/us/pla...FRQZgQod8x4L5A


Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump UNESCO site https://www.travelalberta.com/us/lis...FQgDgQodJvYHcg


I'd skip Edmonton unless you have a need to go there, or Fringe is on.


Heading back I'd make sure to see Frank Slide, Waterton National Park, and there's a ton of historical sites and towns dotted across the prairies.
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