Outline Map Key Facts The Province of Alberta, located in Western Canada, encompasses diverse geographical features that contribute to its unique character.
View and print a detailed map of Alberta, the Canadian province with the Alberta capital city of Edmonton and the Moraine Lake in Banff National Park. Zoom in and out, switch to full-screen mode, and see the provincial map in different paper sizes.
Large detailed map of Alberta with cities and towns Click to see large Description: This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, Trans-Canada highway, major highways, secondary roads, winter roads, railways and national parks in Alberta. You may download, print or use the above map for educational, personal and non-commercial purposes.
Large detailed map of Alberta with cities and towns 1324x2067px / 1.68 Mb Go to Map Alberta road map 1317x2011px / 1.49 Mb Go to Map Alberta highway map 2857x4873px / 2.19 Mb Go to Map Alberta tourist map 2196x2812px / 1.16 Mb Go to Map About Alberta: The Facts: Capital: Edmonton. Area: 255,541 sq mi (661,848 sq km). Population: ~ 4,600,000.
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Alberta is one of the three prairie provinces and the fourth largest by area. It is bordered by British Columbia, Saskatchewan, the NWT and Montana. It has a continental climate with quick temperature changes and a diverse economy based on hydrocarbons, petrochemical industries, livestock and agriculture. It has a rich history of First Nations, fur traders and immigrants.