The spirit of the Canadian Badlands is found in our history, in those who were here before us, First Nations people, pioneers – those who lived, worked, played and loved here.
Head to the Canadian Badlands for an unexpected adventure
From Calgary, Drumheller is about a 90-minute scenic drive east along Highway 9. So, whether you’re blasting road trip tunes with your sweetheart, drowning out your rowdy brood as they…
6 Reasons to visit the Canadian Badlands this fall
More than dinosaurs and fossils, the Canadian Badlands is still a relatively undiscovered gem. In this diverse region, you can indeed go fossil hunting, but also sleep in a train…
Planes, Trains and Airstreams on the Prairie
Go back in time, way back – In Stettler and Donalda There’s no point in going anywhere if you’re going to come back unchanged. The places we visit and the…
Pride and Respect in the Canadian Badlands
One of my biggest fears as a father is whether I’m able to pass my values onto my children. Do they care what I’m saying? Am I living these lessons…
- Canadian Icons Concert Series Experience live music in Canada’s largest outdoor stage – the Canadian Badlands Passion Play natural amphitheatre in Drumheller, Alberta.
- What’s in a name: Medicine Hat How the City of Medicine Hat got its name
- Medalta in the Historic Clay District The Medalta Potteries National Historic Site – which once produced over 75% of the pottery in Canada – is now an interactive museum dedicated to the preservation of our industrial…
- Paddling The Milk River Enjoy the Canadian Badlands from a unique point of view!