Police and paramedics are on scene at a crash near Bragg Creek, southwest of Calgary, where a motorcyclist died, the sixth person to die in crashes in Alberta over the long weekend.

While it's still unclear what happened in the incident, police confirm that one man is dead.

No other vehicles were involved.

The crash is the latest in series of deadly incidents on Alberta roads over the long weekend.

Five other people have died in crashes near Slave Lake, Edson, Stavely, Ponoka, and the Pikani First Nation.

The family of a 26-year-old woman laid flowers along Highway 3, which was where she was walking when she was hit and killed.

RCMP were out in force over the long weekend, trying to crack down on dangerous driving.

Sheriff Jason Graw says that most people get the message through their campaigns, but there are bound to be people who ignore it.

“I think most people do get the message, you know we’re always going to see people that don’t. Our officers have stopped some people traveling at very high speeds this weekend. We’ve stopped impaired drivers. We’ve stopped people not wearing their seatbelts, we’ve stopped people whose children aren’t wearing their seatbelts. We’ve seen people not being as careful as they should be at rural intersections. We’ve seen people distracted driving. These are all possible factors that lead to serious injury and fatal collisions and these are the things we’re trying to get people to avoid.”