Rocky Mountain House, AB
The Canadian town of Rocky Mountain House is located in west-central Alberta. At the confluence of the Clearwater and North Saskatchewan Rivers at the intersection of Highways 11 and 22 (Cowboy Trail), it is located about 77 kilometers (48 miles) west of Red Deer (David Thompson Highway). Rocky Mountain House serves as the administrative hub for the neighboring Clearwater County.
The Rocky Mountain House region's economy is based on forestry, agriculture, and petroleum. Due to its location at the intersection of Highways 22 and 11, as well as the fact that it is halfway between Red Deer and the picturesque Alberta Rockies region, tourism plays a significant role in the city's economy.