Driving to Calgary
From any direction, the drive to Calgary offers good roads and unforgettable scenery. The Queen Elizabeth II (QE2) Highway brings visitors from the south and north, stretching from the Montana border north to Edmonton and beyond. Travelers from other Canadian provinces generally arrive via the Trans-Canada Highway, which stretches from the West Coast of Canada to the East. Calgary is about a two and a half hour drive from the U.S. border, three hours from Edmonton, six and a half hours from Saskatoon and a good 12 hours from Vancouver in fair weather.