Getting here/Getting away
Lethbridge is a mere two hours from the Rocky Mountains, Calgary, the US border and the British Columbia border — and four hours to the Saskatchewan border — making it an easy place to get to... find adventure!
The Calgary International Airport (YYC), 250 km north of Lethbridge, is the closest international airport. To get from YYC to Lethbridge, you can take a 45 minute flight to the Lethbridge Airport (YQL), take the bus, or drive.
Red Arrow bus service departs from YYC and stops at uLethbridge.
Greyhound bus service does not depart from YYC, so you'd have to rely on a taxi or shuttle service from YYC to the Greyhound depot in Calgary. Once in Lethbridge, the bus stops at both the University and the downtown depot.
From Calgary and points north
Take Highway 2 from Calgary to Fort Macleod (approximately 275 km). Take Highway 3 from Fort McLeod to Lethbridge (approximately 50 km). Map and alternate routes.
From Medicine Hat and points east
Take Highway 3 from Medicine Hat to Lethbridge (approximately 170 km). Map and alternate routes.
From the British Columbia border (via the Crowsnest Pass)
Take Highway 3 from Cranbrook, Fernie or Sparwood. Map and alternate routes.
From the US border (via Coutts)
Take Highway 4 from Coutts to Lethbridge (approximately 110 km). Map and alternate routes.
From the US border (via Carway)
Take Highway 2 from Carway to Cardston (approximately 25km). Take Highway 5 from Cardston to Lethbridge.