Hanna Golf & Country Club
Whether you’re visiting the Harvest Sky Region for work or vacation, don’t forget your clubs! Hanna is home to a breathtaking 18 hole golf course set in the natural beauty of southern Alberta’s ranch country.
If your dream is to snag a trophy rainbow trout, land a yellow perch, or hook a pike, walleye, or tiger trout, fishing in southern Alberta is sure to get you hooked.
While many of these lakes and rivers are drive accessible, others offer the unique experience in rustic and isolated camps. Down south, you’ll find stellar fishing for rainbow, brown, and tiger trout, yellow perch, pike, and walleye. Most of the lakes and rivers are accessible from the main highways.
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For more information on sportfishing regulations and fish stocking in Alberta, visit My Wild Alberta
The Harvest Sy Region’s prairie landscape provides considerable hunting opportunity for a range of animals including, Mule deer, White-tailed deer, Antelope, many species of Ducks, as well as Canada, White-fronted, Snow and Ross’ geese.
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Hand Hills Ecological Reserve features more than 130 bird species in the area as well as a variety of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. Elevations range from 815 to 970 metres above sea level. Threatened ferruginous hawks and prairie long-tailed weasels live here along with the endangered piping plover, which nests along Little Fish Lake. Vegetation includes porcupine grass, June grass, spear grass and northern wheatgrass on lightly grazed areas—a throwback to the endless native grasslands where seemingly endless herds of bison once roamed. The reserve protects one of the largest remaining tracts of fescue grassland in the world. Backcountry hiking is permitted, but no camping or open fires are allowed.
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