Coleman, Alberta, Canada, is an urban community in the Rocky Mountains and the furthest town to the west of the Crowsnest Pass. The last major stop before you cross over to British Columbia through the Continental Divide, this city with its few residents beckons anyone who would love a break from the hassle of daily life. A couple of comfortable and homey hostels in Coleman, Alberta, Canada, provide economical accommodation for visitors.
Coleman was originally founded to support the coal industry, much like its neighbor, Highway Three. At the center of the city lies a commemorative park dedicated to the owner of the Coal and Coke Company -- Flumerfelt. The city itself has been named after his daughter. Today, the park is home to the annual Coleman Country Market, where high-quality foods and artistic creations are sold. If you plan your visit to Coleman, Alberta, Canada, during this season, you can enjoy rummaging through some of the best artifacts of the region and sink your teeth into delightful cuisine!
On a visit to Coleman, Alberta, Canada, you should definitely stop off at the Ten Ton Toots, which is the worlds biggest piggy bank made from a bottle mine locomotive. Not far away is an ode to art lovers in the from of the Crowsnest Museum, which showcases galleries of many artistic photographs and life-size displays. It also displays life during the early years of settlement in the town, with displays on both its interior and exterior walls.
Since the town is relatively small, there are just a few hostels in Coleman, Alberta, Canada. While these hostels in Coleman, Alberta, Canada are comfortable and homey, they are usually booked in advance, especially during the time of the Coleman Country Market. Cut out the risk of being stranded without accommodation by booking your Coleman, Alberta, Canada hostel in advance, and enjoy your stay in this quiet little city, so far away from the bustle of modern life!
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