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Dinosaur Provincial Park, Range Road 113, Special Area No. 2, Alberta, Canada (50.74711 -111.46764)
The park is situated in the valley of the Red Deer River, which is noted for its striking badland topography. The park is well known for being one of the richest dinosaur fossil locales in the world. Fifty-eight dinosaur species have been discovered at the park and more than 500 specimens have been removed and exhibited in museums around the globe. The renowned fossil assemblage of nearly 500 species of life, from microscopic fern spores to large carnivorous dinosaurs, justified its becoming a World Heritage Site in 1979.
Waterton Lakes National Park, Improvement District No. 04, Alberta, T0K 2M0, Canada (49.10112 -113.98101)
Coordinates: 48.99750 -114.16666 49.20483 -113.65336 - Minimum elevation: 1,132 m - Maximum elevation: 3,162 m - Average elevation: 1,696 m
Bow Valley Provincial Park, Armstrong Place, Three Sisters Mountain Village, Canmore, Town of Canmore, Alberta, T1W 3M6, Canada (51.07234 -115.10018)
Coordinates: 50.96510 -115.32177 51.10162 -115.01170 - Minimum elevation: 1,259 m - Maximum elevation: 3,101 m - Average elevation: 1,779 m
Beaver Mines Lake, Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta, Canada (49.37311 -114.29579)
Coordinates: 49.36674 -114.30848 49.37947 -114.28742 - Minimum elevation: 1,336 m - Maximum elevation: 2,253 m - Average elevation: 1,580 m