Wolverine Fun in Alberta

The Wolverine is coming home for the Holidays on DVD and Blu-ray on December 3rd! 
 The Wolverine’s release to DVD and Blu-ray is right in time for the holiday season. There’s no better way to relax by the fire than watching Hugh Jackman face his ultimate nemesis as he stars in this action-packed thriller. See The Wolverine is his most vulnerable state yet and witness as he fight off mutants and samurai. While the film takes place in modern-day Japan, a country The Wolverine has not seen since World War II, he is actually from Alberta, Canada. To give you a better sense of where The Wolverine comes from and truly understand his character, we have compiled a list of the top 5 things to do in his hometown of Alberta! 

Hit the slopes!
 Alberta has numerous ski resorts that are both kid and adult friendly! Ski Banff is a resort in Mt. Norquay that is great for skiing, snowboarding and even tubing! This awesome snow spot is most famous because it is the Olympic training ground! If we had to guess, we think The Wolverine probably skis in his spare time.

Ice Fishing
 As surprising as this may be, no, you are not actually fishing for ice cubes! In Alberta ice fishing is a very popular outdoor activity that includes a free dinner (if you manage to reel in a fish of course).

 No, you cannot buy these at Nordstrom. However, this activity provides a great workout and is kind to your wallet! Find a trail and get to shuffling!

Eat at Rouge Restaurant
 This delicious establishment was placed on a list of the Top 50 Restaurants in Canada (Vacay.ca). The ambiance is just as beautiful as the environment around you. What do you think The Wolverine would order? Maybe a salad?

Visit Dinosaur Provincial Park 
Dinosaurs and The Wolverine, so much in common, right? Anyway, the Dinosaur Provincial Park is a must see if you are going to Alberta! You can be involved in a dinosaur dig and even camp on the grounds! This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  1. I'd love to take my children to Dinosaur Park. If the Inn was a house I would love to live in it. It's absolutely gorgeous.

  2. Looks like this would make a great trip - too bad I don't know how to ski.

  3. I would love to Visit Dinosaur Provincial Park I've alwasy been obsessed with dinosaurs since I was a little kid.

  4. I'd like to visit the Dinosaur Park. My kids love dinosaurs!!