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Getting Here

We may be a bit off the beaten path, but it's an easy path to navigate with several opportunities to expereince southern Alberta along the way.

Since Lethbridge is only two hours from the Calgary International Airport, the most cost-effective transportation option for larger groups is a charter bus service. This gives travellers the choice between taking the direct route to arrive in Lethbridge in just a couple of hours, or enhancing the travel experience by taking in some of the interesting stops along the way.

These may include:

  • A cowboy experience at Bar U Ranch
  • A First Nations educational experience at Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • A film tour experience at film locations including Brokeback Mountain, Open Range, RV and more!

Another option is to fly direct from Calgary or Edmonton. Both Air Canada and Integra Air offers a range of flights each day. Integra Air also offers charter options providing a flexible schedule to meet the needs of your travellers. 

Regardless of how you travel to our city, we encourage you take some time to explore the unique natural landscapes and globally recognized cultural attractions in this region. Enjoy the natural beauty of Waterton Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) or visit the Canadian Badlands by exploring the sacred landscape of Writing on Stone Provincial Park and the richest fossil beds in the world at Dinosaur Provincial Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Once you are here, we gurantee you'll wish you had more time to explore!

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  • Lethbridge to Waterton- 1 hour, 20 minutes 
  • Lethbridge to Calgary- 2 hours, 30 minutes 
  • Lethbridge to Red Deer- 4 hours 
  • Lethbridge to Banff- 4 hours 
  • Lethbridge to Edmonton- 5 hours 
  • Lethbridge to Jasper- 7 hours, 40 minutes
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  • Lethbridge to Edmonton- 1 hour, 15 minutes 
  • Lethbridge to Calgary- 45 minutes
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Did You Know?

In Lethbridge we have more than 43,000 publicly owned trees.