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The webpage shows only a medium blue field. Either the camera is pointed straight up near sunset, or it is not working 20130523

Submitted by Stuart Boyer (05/23/2013)

Views in both directions would be more beneficial and probably not that more expensive. Car "counters" as per how many vehicles per hour pass north and south could help in planning future trips, especially on weekends and holidays.

Submitted by mike (09/27/2011)

Trying to see my daughter at webcam site - just the two cars heading south... how can we get pics of ourselves at the spot?

Submitted by Margaret (05/15/2010)

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Longview Jerky Shop
(5 miles / 8.2 km)
Experiences
Full Circle Adventures
(13.8 miles / 22.4 km)
Dames on the Range
(17.6 miles / 28.4 km)
Regional Perspectives
Growing Populations
(8 miles / 13 km)
Animals on the Move
(59.4 miles / 96.1 km)
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The Cowboy Trail Tourism Association

Ranchlands Webcam

Alberta Motor Association

Cowboy Trail - Hwy 22 Webcam
LAT: 50.4571
LON: -114.2551
Elevation: 4159 FT (1268 M)
About this Web Cam

This camera, operated by the Alberta Motor Association, looks north on Highway 22, 6 kilometres north of Hwy. 520 near Ranchlands, just north of the Bar U Ranch National Historic Site.

About this Place

Nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Canadian prairie, in the high ranching country of Alberta, is the historic Cowboy Trail. This 700 km route along highway 22 is the source for western vacations and adventures.


Stay at a guest ranch or working ranch. Experience a horseback trail ride or pack trip with an outfitter into some of Alberta’s prettiest country. Take in a rodeo, festival or a pow-wow for a day. Stay at a working guest ranch, a bed and breakfast, or a scenic campground.


Visit one of southern Alberta's two World Heritage Sites: Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.