Last updated: July 19, 2023
Located approximately two hours northeast of Edmonton, Lac La Biche is an outdoor adventurers’ playground. Home to vast wilderness, provincial parks, and beautiful lakes, it’s a great place to get out and see the dark sky, search for wildlife and birds, spend the night in a cabin, or enjoy the vast network of trails via hiking, quadding, or snowmobiling.
It’s also home to some unique communities that make it a very diverse place. Some of these communities include the First Nations Peoples, one of the largest Lebanese populations per capita in the province, a large French population, and a range of others, including the “white Russians” that fled during the communist era.
Whether you’re looking to explore the outdoors or visit an incredible indigenous art gallery, Lac La Biche is an off-the-beaten-track destination full of cool things to do and see. In this travel guide, we’ll share with you some of the best things to do in the Lac La Biche region, where to stay, where to eat, and more!