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When you get to Viking, you'll find out why the captivating landscapes of Central Alberta draw in visitors from all over the world.

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The well-known city of Edmonton is just 80 miles to the northwest of Viking.

Killam and Innisfree are two more interesting places worth seeing while you're in the region. They're 20 miles and 20 miles away, respectively.

When you are ready to venture further afield, pay a visit to a regional hub. Vermilion is 40 miles away and boasts plenty of attractions, such as Town of Vermilion Pioneer Park, Vermilion Golf and Country Club and Vermilion Heritage Museum. Lakeland College-Vermilion Campus and Vermilion Provincial Park are other places that ought to be on every visitor's to-do list.

Adventurous souls who want to get out and explore the beautiful landscapes can sign up for tobogganing and snowmobiling.

The Central Alberta region provides vacationers with a wide range of leisurely outdoor activities, such as cycling and shore fishing.

You'll discover far more by tapping into local knowledge than you ever could from the glossy pages of your guidebook. Consider signing up for some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and cycling tours.

Central Alberta has a number of great places to enjoy swimming, so be sure that you put aside some time. Scuba diving is also a good reason to get your feet wet.

Would you like to check out some of the area's winter activities here? Snowboarding and skiing are some good options.

If you need to escape the elements, you can't beat the nature museums and history museums of Central Alberta. Spend a day learning a little about the region's rich cultural tapestry and perhaps pick up a souvenir or two.

Get out in the open air and explore the region with a day trip to its lovely open-air museums and open-air exhibits.

The region's past comes to life when you discover its historic old towns and archeological sites.

Trying out traditional cuisine is about more than just filling your stomach. It's a glimpse into a region's personality.

Travelers will no doubt come across a lot of game meat and salmon, two popular regional ingredients.

Barbecue beef and pancakes with maple syrup are two much-loved dishes with their own unique tastes.

No meal can end without dessert. Butter tarts is bound to do the job.

If beer is what you're after, head to the closest watering hole and ask the barman to pour you a local favorite. If they know their stuff, you'll be served up a pint of Molson Dry.

To end the perfect night out, look out for Crown Royal Whisky, a beloved spirit.

It's always a great idea to have a regional wine in hand when you dine out in one of the local eateries. Niagara Pinot Noir and British Columbia Cabernet Sauvignon are a couple of popular options around here.

No one likes to say goodbye to a vacation. However, you're sure to depart this breathtaking place with a camera full of photos and a heart full of unforgettable memories.

If you are leaving by air, remember that the nearest airport is 75 miles to the west.