Canada’s Alberta: A Guide to Designing Dreamy Winter Itineraries
In Canada, there is one province that is like no other. Canada’s Alberta is home to breathtaking Rocky Mountain vistas and vibrant, urban cities. Here is where the winter season is a truly magical time to visit.
Watch and discover winter itineraries that combine outdoor activities for those looking to have adventures in the crisp fresh mountain air combined with indulgent warm and cozy stays, perfect for that those that want to rest, relax and unwind. In this webinar you can learn why visitors rave about the incredible foodie experiences on hand and why winter in Canada’s Alberta is a must add to any bucket list.
In this webinar you’ll:
• Discover exciting winter itinerary options for Canada’s Alberta
• Learn about winter activities and experiences in our cities and Rocky Mountains
• Learn how to prepare your guest for an unforgettable winter escape to Canada’s Alberta
Associate Vice President
Ashley Loiacono is a dedicated professional in the field of travel and tourism, currently serving as the Associate Vice President at FINN Partners. With an extensive background working with tourism boards, airlines, and hotel brands across North America and beyond, Ashley has demonstrated her expertise and commitment to promoting the beauty and allure of travel destinations.
As the U.S. representative for Travel Alberta, she has played a pivotal role in showcasing the wonders of Alberta to American travelers, enriching their experiences and connecting them with this captivating Canadian province.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Ashley’s passion for the great outdoors is a defining aspect of her identity. Whether it’s carving through snow-covered slopes on skis or navigating the serene waters in a kayak, she is an enthusiastic adventurer who thrives on the beauty of nature. Her zeal for travel also extends to uncovering hidden gems in destinations she visits, as she seeks to unveil the authentic charm and culture that each place has to offer.
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