Compiled by the Road Trip Alberta team
Last updated on November 30, 2020
It’s been six months since we published our first round of Alberta travel puzzles, and we’re ready to bring you more! As we all prepare to stay put and stay safe this winter, we all need as many distractions as possible, amiright?
Park it and puzzle it! Enjoy these free travel puzzles of some popular Alberta landmarks.
Similar to last time, it was difficult for us to narrow down what photos to share, but our ultimate goal was to bring you a breadth of different images from across the province. Some are juicy and breathtaking sights, and others are, well, just interesting. If you have a photo of a 42ft high sausage, honestly, it’s just asking to be made into a puzzle.
One thing to note about these puzzles before you get started, they are all set to medium difficulty (100 pieces). If you’d like to make them easier or harder, click on the little puzzle piece in the bottom right corner – that will take you to the website and you can change the difficulty under the “play as” dropdown at the top right.
1. Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton
2. A Grizzly Bear in Kananaskis
3. Saamis Teepee, Medicine Hat
4. Vaulted Willow Statue, Edmonton
5. Moraine Lake
6. Northern Lights, Fort McMurray
7. High Level Bridge, Lethbridge
8. Policeman’s Boardwalk, Canmore
9. Calgary Central Library
10. Collection of Ukrainian Statues
Have you enjoyed the travel puzzles and want MORE options for fun? We also have some FREE Road Trip Alberta bingo cards! Let us know if you’ve cleared any cards based on previous travels – or let them help you plan your next trip once it’s safe to hit the road again!