Known by many as “the last best place”, the state of Montana, U.S.A. offers inspiring landscapes and easy-going, friendly towns. From antelope-speckled, short grass prairies in the east to snow-capped mountain ranges and free-flowing rivers in the west, Montana is a state of unpretentious charm and amazing scenic beauty.
Nestled in the rolling foothills of southwest Alberta and only 30 minutes from Waterton Lakes National Park, Cardston is one of Canada’s hidden treasures. Established by Utah pioneers in one of the last great wagon migrations, the town maintains its proud heritage through several world-class tourist attractions.
PINCHER CREEK ATTRACTIONS
Known as the Jewel of the Rockies, this beautiful community offers a stunning natural landscape, from mountains, water, rolling hills and open prairies. Located 30 minutes from Waterton Lakes National Park, Pincher Creek offers a vast array of outdoor activities as well as historic and cultural jewels including festivals, museums, Cowboy Poetry gatherings, fairs and rodeos.
FORT MACLEOD ATTRACTIONS
Fort Macleod invites you to discover its rich history and have a taste of its unique culture. Sitting at a crossroads that once hosted Indian encampments, wagon trails and buffalo grazing grounds, in view of the Porcupine Hills that front the ancient and majestic Rocky Mountains, Fort MacLeod was the last frontier in the west.
CROWSNEST PASS ATTRACTIONS
Tucked into the southwest corner of Alberta, the Crowsnest Pass offers visitors friendly people, good facilities, great restaurants, unique shopping and services and a peek into a fascinating history.