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Vacation Rental Price Information Alberta
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices Alberta. The week with the highest average prices is in June (6/8 - 6/15). During this week, a night will cost on average $191. The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in March (3/7 - 3/14).
Rental Availability Information Alberta
Check how busy Alberta is with our availability graph. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in June (6/29 - 7/6). Conversely, it is in April (4/27 - 5/4) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather Alberta
This is the climate diagram Alberta. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 23° Conversely, January is the coolest month Alberta, with temperatures going under -19° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Get Back to Nature in an Alberta Vacation Rental
Alberta vacation rentals tend to be homes or log cabins that are well-suited for large families and groups. Depending on your requirements, you can rent a cabin in the wilderness to take part in outdoor pursuits, or you can try Alberta home rentals in the cities of Edmonton and Calgary if you prefer city breaks.
Try some green onion cakes or ginger beef in Alberta
Green onion cakes are the most well-known street food from Edmonton. They are a flatbread cooked on a griddle or fried and served with sambal oelek pepper sauce. You can find them at almost every restaurant in the city and they are standard fare at any festival.
Ginger beef was invented in Calgary in the 1980s. Beef is battered and deep fried before being served with a spicy chili and ginger sauce. You can try ginger beef at every Asian restaurant in Calgary and at most pubs.
Discover the world of the dinosaurs
Drumheller, Alberta is home to the Royal Tyrell Museum which houses one of the biggest collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world. There are over 160,000 individual dinosaur skeletons in the museum, and the work to collect fossils in the surrounding badlands is still ongoing. If your children love dinosaurs or even the Jurassic Park movies, they will love to spend a day in this museum.
West Edmonton Mall is the biggest mall in North America. Inside you will find the world's largest indoor amusement park, an indoor wave pool, an ice-skating rink, a zoo, and an indoor lake. The mall is over 5.3 million square feet in size. Besides the entertainment section, there are 800 shops and 100 places to grab a bite to eat. Your children will never be bored and this is a great place to go if the weather turns for the worse.
Explore Maligne Canyon or train like an Olympian
Maligne Canyon is located in the impressive Jasper National Park. In summer, it is host to a number of small animals and waterfalls. You can easily spot fossils from the path on a self-guided walk through this 160-foot deep canyon. In winter, the canyon becomes a breathtaking frozen landscape filled with iced waterfalls and snow covered rocks. Grab your sturdiest cleats and explore this winter wonderland.
Canada Olympic Park in Calgary was the home of the 1988 winter Olympics. Now you can find out what it feels like to take part in some of the Olympic sports. Ride the bob sled run that made the Jamaican team famous or go to the top of a ski jump and try the longest, fastest zip line in North America. Luge, mountain biking, and a climbing walls are also available.
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