Alberta is rich with incredible views and exciting places to explore, but Lundbreck Falls? It belongs on a highlight reel!

Located 45 minutes from Fort Macleod, just off the Crowsnest Highway, Lundbreck and its nearby campground are incredibly scenic and perfect for a drive-by viewing, a day trip or an action-packed overnighter.

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Here, guests are able to stay a while and fish, have a picnic, swim in the calmer waters upstream, or if they’re in a hurry, can just visit the big, beautiful falls.

With an observation deck right beside its parking lot, there’s no hiking involved to see Lundbreck unless you’d prefer to get up close and personal!

Those hoping to enter the splash zone however, are able to take a staircase down to the falls but are encouraged to be careful as it can get a bit slippery when at the bottom.

All in all, there really are few places quite like it – check it out, or book a site now! But, please check beforehand to see if there are any fire bans in effect!

Heck, maybe consider taking Highway 22, otherwise known as Cowboy Trail – a scenic route through Canada’s Rocky Mountian Foothills with Western-themed attractions, accommodations, farms and ranches for some extra fun.

Either way, you’re going to have a blast. Enjoy!

Lundbreck Falls, Alberta

Where:Β Range Rd 24B, Lundbreck, AB