Alberta (/ æ l ˈ b ɜːr t ə / al-BER-tə) is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. It is part of Western Canada and is one of the three prairie provinces. Alberta is bordered by British Columbia to the west, Saskatchewan to the east, the Northwest Territories (NWT) to the north, and the U.S. state of Montana to the south.
Starting on January 5, 2021, passenger vehicle road tests (Class 4-6) will be delivered by private driver examiners through Alberta registry agents. To book a passenger vehicle road test (Class 4-6) appointment, use the map below to find a registry office near you that is offering road testing services.
This map shows cities, towns, highways, main roads, secondary roads, rivers, lakes, national parks and provincial parks in Alberta. Go back to see more maps of Alberta Maps of Canada
Free interstate highway map of BC and Alberta. Detailed road map of British Columbia and Alberta province, Canada
The West Calgary Ring Road (WCRR) is the final section of the Calgary Ring Road to be completed. Running from Highway 8 to the Trans-Canada Highway, it will house 9 kms of 6 and 8 lane divided highway, 6 interchanges, and 24 bridges. This project includes twinning the bridge where Stoney Trail NW ...
The West Calgary Ring Road includes a new bridge over the Bow River, interchange construction on the Trans-Canada Highway at Valley Ridge Boulevard NW and at Stoney Trail. New interchanges will also be constructed at Old Banff Coach Road SW, Bow Trail SW, 17 Avenue SW and Highway 8. Motorists should expect delays in the project area.
The King Creek Ridge hike is one of the most stunning hikes in Southern Alberta, but users should not get sugar coated information - this trail is steep - and they should mentally prepare for some pretty relentless inclines. The trail is found by first parking in the King Creek lot, and going back out the road they came in and taking the trail that goes parallel to the highway on the right ...