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Lac La Biche Travel Guide

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Welcome to Lac La Biche!

Enclosed by boreal forest and complete with sandy shores, this Lakeland Country town is one of Alberta's oldest communities. With records dating as far back as 1798, Lac La Biche is a place rich in history, culture and heritage. Sprawled along the southeastern shore of Lac La Biche Lake, the community is located approximately 290 km (175 mi) directly south of Fort McMurray. Those travelling north from Edmonton will need to travel about 220 km (137 mi) before reaching the town. A gateway to more than 100 lakes, Lac La Biche is a recreational retreat that offers activities such as hiking, camping, fishing and a myriad of water sports. The area is also home to Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park, a spot renowned as one of Alberta's top birding sites. Much of this area's history can be found at the Lac La Biche Mission Historical Site, while the annual Pow Wow Days festival provides the chance to celebrate this region's diverse past.

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