1. Practice your sun salute at Peyto Lake in Banff.
2. Walk among sleeping giants at Dinosaur Provincial Park.
3. Speed off in a dogsled in Kananaskis Country.
4. Go ice climbing in the Ghost River Wilderness Area.
5. Play hide and seek among the hoodoos and petroglyphs at Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park.
6. Wander through the massive rock debris at Frank Slide in Crowsnest Pass.
7. Saddle up and hit the trails in Banff National Park.
8. Get a new perspective on Mount Rundle from Canmore.
9. Tell ghost stories around the campfire in Waterton Lakes National Park.
This fall has been the longest one I can remember. In the Yukon it starts in August. Next up #NovaScotia for those famous east coast colours. . Follow along day to day behind the scenes on snapchat👉🏼namkcaps and turn on post notifications in the top right corner at @namkcaps so you don't miss a post! It's going to be an incredible trip.
10. Discover why Jasper is a Dark Sky Preserve.
11. Meet the local Rockies wildlife, like these two bighorn sheep.
12. Seek out higher ground and go climbing in Jasper.
13. Take the family up Bear’s Hump in Waterton.
"If I knew Waterton was this good, I would have come here as soon as I had the chance. We’d only booked one night here but within a few minutes of driving into town, Kesh told me to book three. I’m seriously so happy we’ve had some time to explore more. I already know this is a place that will be special for us forever. There’s a charm in this town that I can’t explain." – @timcoulson | #explorealberta
14. Check out Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park.
15. Dip a paddle in Moraine Lake.
What does your ideal afternoon entail? Ours includes canoeing at #MoraineLake! Thanks to @photojbartlett for this photo. Visit his feed for more stunning photos that will definitely encourage you to #exploreAlberta.