There are six Tourist Destination Regions in Alberta. Each region has a unique and colourful geography. These include four rural and two urban regions, namely.
Calgary and area
Edmonton and area
The Rockies, or Mountain Region
The Heartland, or Central Alberta
The province of Alberta lying east of the Rockies, roughly south of a line drawn between Cold Lake and Athabasca, and north of Carstairs. Further information can be found at http://www.travelalberta.com/Central/
Please only submit sites to this category that are regional in nature, not those specific to a particular community.
The Mountain Region is also known as the Rockies Region and is defined at http://www.travelalberta.com/Rockies/. There really are no counties or municipal districts in this area, as it is mostly covered by parks such as Banff, Kananaskis and Jasper.
Please only submit sites for the region as a whole, and not for a specific community.
The province of Alberta north from the city of Edmonton. More information on its location and its municipalities can be found at http://www.travelalberta.com/North/.
Please only submit sites of a regional nature. Sites specific to a county or other municipality should be submitted to the corresponding category.
The province of Alberta south from the city of Calgary, to the Montana border, east to the Saskatchewan border, and west to the British Columbia border. For more information on its location and its communities, visit http://www.travelalberta.com/South/ and http://www.albertasouthwest.com/
This category is for sites of a regional nature.