Clearwater County covers a large area in West Central Alberta, with farms in the east and mountains and rivers in the west. Named after the Clearwater River that joins with the North Saskatchewan River near Rocky Mountain House, Clearwater County’s history consists of traders, explorers and entrepreneurs looking to make their mark in the world. Visitors will have their breath taken away by the views, or by some of the hikes.
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Of places to see and things to do, natural attractions in the area provide an opportunity for great discoveries. Experience the awe of nature like never before and enjoy a tranquil atmosphere.View All Attractions
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September 2, 2017
Heritage Abound: Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site
Planning a trip to Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site? Excellent! You’re all set to explore nature, learn about Indigenous culture, and enjoy a new experience. But with so many adventures on site, how can you be sure that you don’t miss out? Not to worry, we sat down with our helpful friends at Rocky […]
December 17, 2018
12 Pictures of Winter Adventure in David Thompson Country 2018/2019
Winter adventure awaits in David Thompson Country! Scenery, hiking, skating, or doing a polar bear dip, it’s here to enjoy! Here are 12 of our favorite winter adventure pictures from this past year. Hiking and exploring with Rockies Heli around Nordegg and Abraham Lake. View this post on Instagram Almost time ❄️PC: @tomas.kulaja + @precious_thay25. […]
May 3, 2017
Siffleur Falls: One of Alberta’s Most Underrated Hikes
Featuring a breathtaking suspension bridge, two river crossings (North Saskatchewan and Siffleur), a boardwalk portion, panoramic canyon and mountain views, lush forested sections, the quietude of the Alberta backcountry and 3 thundering waterfalls – Siffleur Falls Trail is a impressive hike.