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Each information sign at the viewpoint of Where the Mountains Meet the Prairies is full of information for tourists that travel across Alberta, Canada.

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Photo of tourist taking a picture of the sign at Where the Mountains Meet the Prairies lookout on her travel across Alberta.
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As you travel along Highway 6 in Southern Alberta, Canada there is an awesome viewpoint where one can look towards the region of Where the Mountains Meet the Prairies in Waterton Lakes National Park. Tourists stop to read each sign that is full of information of the area and this woman snaps a couple of photos of the sign.Each sign will give you a short version of the history and layout of Where the Prairies Meets the Mountains.This beautiful scenic area of Southern Alberta is a breathtaking part of Canada where the Rocky Mountains rise out of the prairie landscape. Lush green fields can travel for miles until they reach the Rocky Mountains and then the massive mountain range towers over the prairie land.Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada is the only place in the Rockies Mountains where both the prairies and mountains meet without any foothills. Your travel may include driving across long stretches of prairie roads and the next moment you are looking straight up at the mountainsides.In Waterton Lakes National Park in Southern Alberta, there is plenty to see and do. Summer months are ideal for hiking, camping, canoeing, fishing and golfing while winter months is the time to bring out your skis for some cross country skiing or snowshoeing.Be sure to read every sign along the way and you will have no problem finding your way to this spectacular National Park in Alberta, Canada.Tourist (model released) photographing the sign at the viewpoint of "Where the Mountains Meet the Prairies" looking towards the Waterton Lakes National Park along Highway 6, Southern Alberta, Alberta, Canada.

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I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/7.1, exposure time of 1/125 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 42mm.

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Travel Sign Alberta
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Rolf Hicker Photography
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