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Like Drivelapse? Friend it: http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom This drive begins in Hinton, Alberta, with a few moments in the Valley District of town, then heads west on Highway 16 to Jasper. Music used with written permission: Artist: Lee Fraged Tracks may include: Skunk Ghost (tup007) Bless The Sinners (original fix) (tup007) Bring Your Own Booze (Art035) Helix (TDN009) http://soundcloud.com/lee-fraged You can find information on my rights to use this music here: http://takemytrip.com/music.htm
A portion of the drive between Calgary and Edmonton. I took this to test how long my camera would last taking a time -lapse in our car. Turns out, only about 1.5 to 2 hours. The video was also pretty shaky, likely because of the tripod we used. I've applied Google's video stabilization to see how much it smooths it out. Video taken July 29, 2012.
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Calgary Sightseeing, Driving Through Downtown Calgary, Canada. Calgary is the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta and a major hub for the Alberta Sands Petroleum and Oil industry. Calgary is a large city with a metropolitan are of more than 1.2 million people.
As its main north-south corridor, Highway 2 enters Alberta south of Cardston, at the Carway border crossing with Montana (where it continues as U.S. Route 89). It travels northward through Fort Macleod to Calgary, Red Deer, and Edmonton. North of Edmonton the highway continues to Athabasca, after which the highway continues northwesterly along the south shore of Lesser Slave Lake into High Prairie, north to Peace River, west to Fairview and finally south to Grande Prairie. As the main north-south access in Alberta, Highway 2 is the preferred path of the CANAMEX Corridor. Between Fort Macleod and Edmonton, Highway 2 maintains no fewer than four lanes of traffic and is largely a controlled-access freeway between Okotoks and Edmonton, with improvements underway to eliminate remaining at-g...
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When one of the world’s most outrageous sports cars arrives in one of the most dramatic and picturesque settings on earth — Canada’s Alberta Province — a high-octane journey is guaranteed. But host Arthur St. Antoine does much more than simply wring-out this very special GT-R. While exploring the Canadian Rockies, he delves deep into a cave, climbs a glacier in a huge snow coach, takes several wide-eyed passengers on full-throttle launch-control blasts, and even tries out Nissan’s ultimate speed machine in “ranch” mode! It’s a round-up you won’t want to miss! Special thanks to the Province of Alberta and Travel Alberta: http://www.travelalberta.com Epic Drives appears every fourth Friday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're ...
Like Drivelapse? Friend it: http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom This drive begins and ends on the Icefields Parkway, Alberta 93. It takes a scenic detour out Highway 11, the David Thompson Highway, making a u-turn at the far end of Abraham Lake, and then returning to the mountains. Music used with written permission: Artist: Lee Fraged Tracks may include: Skunk Ghost (tup007) Bless The Sinners (original fix) (tup007) Bring Your Own Booze (Art035) Helix (TDN009) http://soundcloud.com/lee-fraged You can find information on my rights to use this music here: http://takemytrip.com/music.htm
This is the biggest idiot we encountered on our cross Canada Tour. Passed our 40 foot Coach on a double yellow line with another Semi Truck coming our way. He got stopped by police and given a ticket for dangerous driving. Hope he loses his license. Later I found 5 duplicate Semi/dump trucks with a trailer turn off on the same road. He was likely trying to catch up putting lives at risk.
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