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Alberta - Visit the Impressive Entrepreneurial Province

People from all over the world choose to live and work in Alberta because of the diverse communities, high standard of living and beautiful landscapes along with sustainability, economic growth, and job creation all makes it the Entrepreneurial province of Canada.

Alberta is the western province of Canada and is the fourth-most populous. It’s 661,848-square kilometer is enclosed by Saskatchewan in the east, by the Northwest Territories in the north, by British Columbia in the west, and by Montana in the south.

The landscape of Alberta comprises not only of mountains, prairies, deserts, coniferous forest, but also gently sloping wheat fields, vast granaries, expansive cattle ranches, and huge oil refineries.Agriculture is Alberta's economic backbone.

The largest city is Calgary and Edmonton, the capital city is the second largest.Other prominent cities are Fort McMurray, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, and St. Albert.

It has attractions like skiing, hiking, and camping, shopping spots like the West Edmonton Mall, Calgary Stampede the rodeo exhibition and festival as well as athletic and sporting competitions. The Elk Island National Park, Wood Buffalo National Park, and the Columbia Icefield are natural attractions.

Banff has been identified as one of the Best World Destinations for 2017 by National Geographic Traveler magazine.The Banff National Park is well-known for wildlife, its Canadian Rocky Mountain beauty, and entertainment prospects with more than four million travelers every year.

The 10,000-square km Jasper National Park is the largest wilderness park in the Canadian Rockies and is the largest easily accessible Dark Sky Preserve in the world and it is a four-hour drive from Edmonton.Visit Alberta with a map and enjoy everything the Park offers like the ‘star gazing’ experience, Sidewalk Astronomy Roves in the daytime all through summer, and interpretations in the fall like Mysteries of the Night to enhance visitors.

Alberta Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Alberta

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  1. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB4650

    Alberta Road and Physical Travel Reference Map. Alberta Road and Physical Travel Reference Map.
    Scale 1:1,000,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Alberta is understandably a best-seller for us, so we are pleased to be able to introduce our latest edition. While most people probably think of Banff and the Rocky Mountains when they think of Alberta, Canadians tend to think of oil. Canada has massive amounts of oil and provides 17% of American fuel needs. Regardless, Alberta is much more than mountains and oil. The Calgary Stampede, held each July, is one of the best rodeos in the world. The Tyrell Dinosaur Museum near Drumheller is the paramount dino museum in the world. The province is huge even by Canadian standard and is full of pristine wilderness campsites. Large inset maps of both Calgary and Edmonton are included.
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  2. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB17845

    Southern BC and Alberta, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Southern BC and Alberta, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:1,000,000. International Travel Maps edition. ITMB, being based in Vancouver, BC, understandably has a local/regional market for our map line. We have a map of Western Canada, as well as an atlas, a very nice map of BC itself, a map of the south half of BC, and a map of part of BC combined with Washington State. What we did not have, until now, was a map covering the most touristically-visited part of all of Canada – namely, the southern halves of both British Columbia and its neighbour, Alberta, with a small amount of Washington State, Idaho, and Montana (to assist those heading north and needing to know about border crossings). Therefore, ITMB is pleased to announce the release of Southern BC and Alberta. Side One covers BC from the US border (with a carry-on to Seattle) north to Prince George and east to the Alberta border, with a carry-on to Calgary. All of Vancouver Island, the Okanagan Valley, and the Rock Mountain National Parks of Banff and Jasper, are included. The map is rich with wilderness campsite (almost 1,000 are shown, ski areas, fishing areas, even gas stations in more remote parts of the vast province. Side Two covers Alberta from somewhat north of Edmonton (the provincial capital) to the American border and a bit beyond, and from the Rocky Mountains east to a bit beyond the Saskatchewan border. This side focuses on the movement from the high Rockies to the foothills and plains of the enormous Canadian Prairies The highlights of this side of the map are showcased in our Top Attractions guide and include such world-class features as the Drumheller Dinosaur Museum, the world’s best, to the Columbia Ice field, one of the few in the world easily accessible to walk on. Naturally, the road network, train lines, urban areas, parks, and numerous attractions (who could pass up visiting Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump?) are all clearly shown.
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  3. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB4233

    Jasper National Park and Northern Alberta, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:250,000/1:1,000,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Two words immediately come to my mind if I were to describe Northern Alberta: Oil and Cold. Oil sands could be found relatively easily within the Northern Alberta region. This pushes the Canadian economy forward as gasoline and other petroleum products are becoming higher in demand. Northern Alberta is also about the subzero temperature. The region of Northern Alberta mostly contains very cold, long winters and warm, short summers. Fort McMurray, for example, one of the famous urban communities located in the Wood buffalo municipality, has only a yearly mean temperature of 0.7 degrees Celsius. Nonetheless, Northern Alberta is also a land of recreation activities and wild adventures. On the other side of the Northern Alberta map, we have included a map of Jasper National Park. This park is situated deep in the Alberta Rockies and is surrounded by mountains. Although it is dissected by the Trans-Canada Highway, this park remains as one of the most pristine and wild parks of Canada. This park is a must-see as it can be reached with ease and has amazing natural features. Included insets of this map are Jasper and Edmonton.
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  4. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB4232

    Calgary and Alberta South, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:1,000,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. This is a brand new title for ITMB. Calgary is the focus of Canada’s oil industry, the largest city in Alberta, and a major travel hub for international flights. It is the destination of choice for Europeans planning to travel around Western Canada. The city was founded due to the rail line being pushed westward to meet the line being constructed from Vancouver eastward, creating North America’s only trans-continental rail line. The annual Stampede Rodeo held there each July is a highlight of the city’s busy program. The second side of the map covers the southern half of the Province of Alberta and a bit of BC, with an excellent inset map of the town of Banff, and another of the Province’s capital, Edmonton. This map would be perfect for the short-term visitor wishing to explore from the American border to the top of Jasper National Park, and from western Saskatchewan to British Columbia; excellent road coverage, and all attractions noted.
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  5. $59.95 Rolled + 16.80 p&h or $66.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : ITMB4229

    Alberta WALL Map, Canada.
    Scale 1:1,000,000. International Travel Maps edition. Alberta is many different things - a dynamic powerhouse of the Canadian economy, the source of oil in vast quantities, cow country, the Calgary Stampede, the Rockies. Alberta is a real gem in the crown of Canada, and is one of the most popular touristic destinations in North America. This double-sided map shows everything from Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump to the dinosaur pits of the badlands around Drumheller, to the foothills resorts close to the national parks of Banff and Jasper, and the gigantic parks themselves. The Province of Alberta is huge in area and exuberant as only a confident entity can be. The Northern side of the map includes from Lesser Slave Lake and above, and includes insert maps of Calgary and Edmonton. The Southern portion covers from Lesser Slave Lake to the Southern border of Alberta. This is Canada in its glory! A great place to visit, and a great map to explore it with.
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  6. $13.95

    Item Code : GMJO7781

    Southern Alberta Reginal Map, Canada.
    Scale 1:500,000. Size 27"x39". G.M. Johnson edition. This Map Coverage Area are Southern Alberta, Calgary & Area, Central Calgary, Central Strathmore, Central Brooks, Medicine Hat, Medicine Hat & Area, Lethbridge & Area, Lethbridge.
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  7. $12.95

    Item Code : GMJO7741

    Edmonton, St. Albert, Sherwood Park and Red Deer City Street Map, Alberta, Canada
    Scale 1:31,000. Size 27"x39". G.M. Johnson edition. This Map Coverage Area are Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, Red Deer, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Edmonton To Red Deer Regional Map.
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  8. $12.95

    Item Code : GMJO7877

    Alberta Road and Tourist map, Canada.
    Scale 1:2,000,000. Size 26"x19". G.M. Johnson edition.
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  9. $12.95

    Item Code : MART4648

    Alberta Recreation Road and Tourist Map, Canada. Alberta Recreation Road and Tourist Map, Canada.
    Scale 1:1,250,000. Size 27"x40". MapArt edition.
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    Item Code : MART4645

    Alberta Province Road and Tourist Map, Canada. Alberta Province Road and Tourist Map, Canada.
    Scale 1:500,000. MapArt edition.
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  12. $13.95

    Item Code : GEMT4649

    Alberta Southwest and BC Southeast Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Alberta Southwest and BC Southeast Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:500,000. Size 24"x31". Gem Trek edition.
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  13. $14.95 + $4.80 p&h or $12.50 foreign delivery

    Item Code : MART4653

    Alberta Pocket Tourist Road ATLAS, Canada. Alberta Pocket Tourist Road ATLAS, Canada.
    Various scales. Size 5"x7". 97 pages. MapArt edition.
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  14. $36.95 + $6.80 p&h or $18.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : MSIO4654

    Alberta Northern, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada. Alberta Northern, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada.
    Scale 1:150,000. Size 8"x11". 136 pages. Mussio Ventures Ltd edition. Welcome to the new and improved second edition of Northern Alberta Backroad Mapbook. We have been hard at work tracking down substantial road and trail updates for the maps as well as adding countless new recreational opportunities in the written section. Indeed if you live or play up north, the Backroad Mapbook will help you get to where you want to go. As you travel north along the BC/Alberta boundary, the Rocky Mountains begin to change. They are less sharp and jagged, taking on a more rounded appearance. The mountains also begin to shuffle further west, until finally the continental divide spills over into BC near the northern end of Willmore Wilderness Park. While there are still mountains north of here, they are small, never topping 1,500 metres (4,900 feet). As you head farther east, the landscape changes, turning first into northernmost prairie in Canada, and then into boreal forest that dominates the north. Finally, you will find an area of Canadian Shield in the northeastern corner of the province around Lake Athabasca. The two largest centres are Grande Prairie in the west and Fort McMurray in the east. Grande Prairie sits in the heart of the northern prairies. It is an active city of over 40,000, and growing every year. The city is built on agriculture and logging, but much of its recent growth stems from oil and gas discovery. Fort McMurray, on the other hand, is an economy built on extracting oil and gas, primarily from the oil sands. The population of Fort Mac has boomed to over 70,000 over the last decade, and shows no sign of stopping.
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  15. $36.95 + $6.80 p&h or $18.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : MSIO4655

    Alberta Central Map Book, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada. Alberta Central Map Book, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada.
    Scale 1:250,000. Size 8"x11". 136 pages. Mussio Ventures Ltd edition. Third Edition of Central Alberta Backroad Mapbook. Now with Township & Range Grid. Welcome to the Third Edition of the Backroad Mapbook for Central Alberta! This is a vast area of the Alberta heartland that stretches east from the Rocky Mountain foothills to Saskatchewan and from Olds in the south to Lac La Biche in the north. As always, we spent countless hours updating the book. Everything from the new look road and recreation maps to the writing on activities like fishing, paddling, camping, hiking and snowmobiling was reviewed in detail. The explorer or outdoors person will countless things to do and see in the area. If you love getting outside, this is the book for you
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    Item Code : MSIO4656

    Alberta Southern, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada. Alberta Southern, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada.
    Scale 1:150,000. Size 8"x11". 144 pages. Mussio Ventures Ltd edition. Welcome to the second edition of Southern Alberta Backroad Mapbook. Users of the old mapbook or its predecessor–Southwestern Alberta– will once again find many notable updates and additions. There are new Hunting and OHV as well as Snowmobiling sections in the writing along with the countless updates or additions to the other sections. Equally impressive are the updated maps with even more roads, trails and recreation points of interest to explore. Southern Alberta is an area of dramatic contrast–where sweeping prairies butt against towering mountain peaks, and the temperature can vary 80 degrees Celsius between summer and winter. Here you will find mile upon rolling mile of unbroken farmland backed by one of the most dramatic mountainscapes in the world, and here are near desert conditions, through which flow some of Canada’s largest rivers, where rolling fields of yellow canola seem to stretch to meet the deep blue sky. It is also an area of incredible beauty. There are few highways as spectacular as the Crowsnest Pass leading into BC, few hikes as breathtaking (in more ways than one) as the Crypt Lake hike in Waterton Park, and few campsites as nice as the ones you will find on the shores of Kananaskis Lake in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.
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    Item Code : MSIO4657

    Alberta, Southwestern Map Book, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada. Alberta, Southwestern Map Book, Road and Recreation ATLAS, Canada.
    Scale 1:200,000. Size 8"x11". 127 pages. Mussio Ventures Ltd edition.
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  18. $24.95 + 6.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : MART21358

    Various scales. Size 8"x11". 266 pages. MapArt edition. It includes regional road maps for the entire province and detailed street atlas for areas such as Banff, Beaumont, Belseker, Bellevue, Black Diamond, Blairmore, Bonnyville, Bragg Creek, Brooks, Camrose, Canmore, Chestermere, Coaldale, Cochrame, Cold Lake, Coleman, Crossfield, Crowsnest and more.
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  19. $12.95

    Item Code : GEMT4661

    Banff and Jasper National Parks, Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Banff and Jasper National Parks, Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:400,000. Size 27"x39". Gem Trek edition.
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  20. $15.95

    Item Code : GEMT4660

    Banff National Park (Map and Guide), Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Banff National Park (Map and Guide), Road and Topographic Tourist Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:250,000. Size 25"x38". Gem Trek edition.
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  21. $16.95

    Item Code : ITMB4663

    Banff & Jasper National Park, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Banff & Jasper National Park, Road and Physical Travel Reference Map, British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
    Scale 1:240,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition. Banff is the first national Park declared anywhere in the world, done at a time when the idea of reserving huge tracts of land for the enjoyment of future generation was an admirable, though unheard of, concept. The park in the Rocky Mountains of western Alberta remains a lovely and as enjoyable as it must have seemed to the early CPR railway surveyors searching for a route through the mountains to join the then colony of British Columbia to Canada. Nowadays, the park is laced with roads and hiking trails, and the town of Banff is severely pressed to maintain a balance between serving the needs of the millions of visitors each year and the responsibility of maintaining a pristine wilderness environment. This is the Number One national park in the world to this day! Immediately adjacent to Banff NP is Jasper National Park, which was created a bit later for the same reason - to protect a wonderful pristine wilderness while pushing trough a rail line to the coast to bind British Columbia more closely, but also to provide access to a second west coast port, Prince Rupert. The park has only one small urban area, the town of Jasper, and is home to the marvelous Columbia Icefield at the Athabasca Glacier, the loveliest lake in the world, Maligne, and the majestic peaks of the massive Victoria Range. As a bonus, Mount Robson Park is also included, as are town site insets for both Banff and Jasper, so anyone visiting the Canadian Rockies can benefit from using this map.
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Alberta - Visit the Impressive Entrepreneurial Province

People from all over the world choose to live and work in Alberta because of the diverse communities, high standard of living and beautiful landscapes along with sustainability, economic growth, and job creation all makes it the Entrepreneurial province of Canada.

Alberta is the western province of Canada and is the fourth-most populous. It’s 661,848-square kilometer is enclosed by Saskatchewan in the east, by the Northwest Territories in the north, by British Columbia in the west, and by Montana in the south.

The landscape of Alberta comprises not only of mountains, prairies, deserts, coniferous forest, but also gently sloping wheat fields, vast granaries, expansive cattle ranches, and huge oil refineries.Agriculture is Alberta's economic backbone.

The largest city is Calgary and Edmonton, the capital city is the second largest.Other prominent cities are Fort McMurray, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, and St. Albert.

It has attractions like skiing, hiking, and camping, shopping spots like the West Edmonton Mall, Calgary Stampede the rodeo exhibition and festival as well as athletic and sporting competitions. The Elk Island National Park, Wood Buffalo National Park, and the Columbia Icefield are natural attractions.

Banff has been identified as one of the Best World Destinations for 2017 by National Geographic Traveler magazine.The Banff National Park is well-known for wildlife, its Canadian Rocky Mountain beauty, and entertainment prospects with more than four million travelers every year.

The 10,000-square km Jasper National Park is the largest wilderness park in the Canadian Rockies and is the largest easily accessible Dark Sky Preserve in the world and it is a four-hour drive from Edmonton.Visit Alberta with a map and enjoy everything the Park offers like the ‘star gazing’ experience, Sidewalk Astronomy Roves in the daytime all through summer, and interpretations in the fall like Mysteries of the Night to enhance visitors.

Alberta Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Alberta

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