Calgary is nestled in the
rolling foothills of beautiful Canadian Rockies in the province of Alberta. It
is third largest city of Canada with more than one million populations. The city
sprawl covers an area of 5000 square kilometers making a single largest
metropolitan city in North America. Calgary is an Oil and Gas hub of Canada. The
modern infrastructures, facilities, excellent workforce, high –tech offices of
Calgary city and rich oilfields in the province contribute a conducive
environment to flourish as one of the most prosperous and fastest growing city
in Canada. To-day, the offices of all the giant oil magnets from all over the
world and big oil & gas companies of North America are found in Calgary.
View of downtown Calgary.
View of Lake Louise
World renowned, most beautiful and
picturesque Banff National Park is right at the doorstep of Calgary. Millions
of visitors from around the world visit the park each year. Provincial Park –
Kananaski nearby the city provides hoards of facilities for public entertainment
such as camping, skiing, backcountry hiking, biking, mud race and golf course.
Numerous picnic sites and barbeque pits along the Elbow River in the backdrop of
beautiful Rockies are much fun for a-day-family-outing.
Rodeo competition at Stampede
Famous wild-wild-west arena of
RODEO competition is held each year here in the Calgary Stampede stadium next to Saddledome
an iconic structure of the city. Competitors and spectators from
whole North America clamour in this event for seven days in mid summer.
The city has many interesting places
to visit such as Calgary Zoo (Open Zoo), Aero Space, Calgary Fort, Heritage
Park, Bowness Park, Calaway Park (Amusement Park) just to name a few.
The city is also a home of famous footballer
and ice hockey clubs. like Calgary Flames and Calgary Stampeder (Gray cup Football Champion 2008) -
highly acclaimed and loved by the fans and supporters in Calgary.