About Lethbridge

About the Lethbridge area

Welcome to Lethbridge Lethbridge is a small, vibrant city, located in the southernmost part of the Canadian province of Alberta. We’re the province with mountains, prairies, forests and skies so clear you can see all of those things from Lethbridge College. We are one hour by car from the United States, 1.5 hours from the spectacular Rocky Mountains in Waterton Lakes National Park, two hours from Calgary and its famous Stampede in July, and three hours from world-famous Banff National Park.

Lethbridge is Canada's sunniest city, proud of its mild winters and warm, dry summers. It offers a range of recreation, shopping and cultural experiences. We’re typically Canadian, but we have our own ways here - all of them friendly.

Canadians like to be outdoors. We have ski areas just two hours away, and golf courses right in the city, just minutes from Lethbridge College. You can hike our walking trails, or travel outside the city for a wilder experience. Lethbridge has several indoor pools and skating arenas. We play soccer outside in the summer, and inside in the winter. You can learn hockey by playing or watching our city hockey team, the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

So, if you’re ready to learn a little “Canadian” with your English, contact us and start your “holiday” in English language education.


Things to do in Southern Alberta

More information on Lethbridge and surrounding areas:

Chinook Country Tourist Association
chinookcountry.com

City of Lethbridge
lethbridge.ca

Fort Whoop-up
fortwhoopup.com

Galt Museum
galtmuseum.com

Helen Schuler Coulee Centre
lethbridge.ca/hscc

Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens
nikkayuko.com

New West Theatre
newwesttheatre.com

Lethbridge Corn Maze
lethbridgecornmaze.com

Popular Southern Alberta attractions:

Waterton Lakes National Park
mywaterton.ca/

Crowsnest Pass
crowsnestpass.com

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre
frankslide.com

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
head-smashed-in.com

Writing-on Stone Provincial Park
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing-on-Stone_Provincial_Park

Dinosaur Provincial Park
www.albertaparks.ca/dinosaur.aspx

Great Canadian Barn Dance
facebook.com/TheGreatCanadianBarnDance

Northwest Mounted Police at the Fort Museum
nwmpmuseum.com

Remington Carriage Centre
remingtoncarriagemuseum.com

Birds of Prey Centre
burrowingowl.com