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3 Best Hiking Trails in Edmonton, AB

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WILLIAM HAWRELAK PARK

9930 Groat Road Northwest, Edmonton, AB T6G 2A8 DIRECTIONS

Since 1998

Here’s The Deal:
William Hawrelak Park was initially known as Mayfair Park. It covers a 68-hectare park in the river valley featuring a 5-hectare lake and open meadows. The park has picnic areas, wheelchair-accessible washrooms, playground areas and fountains. Hawrelak Park is an excellent place for outdoor skating and a beautiful place to watch the sunset. The park allows access to numerous hiking trails of varying difficulty. The ice castles and ice rink can be used in winter, which are usually well maintained. The park is also used for several concerts, festivals and events. William Hawrelak Park offers free entry and has lots of parking spaces. The Heritage Amphitheatre is western Canada's largest outdoor amphitheatre, which completed construction in 1985. It has seating for 1,133 people and up to 2,900 people in the surrounding grass area. At William Hawrelak Park, approximately 50,000 people visit it each year to enjoy musical, dramatic, and other performances in the pleasant summer months.

SPECIALTY:
Playground Areas, Paddleboat, Walking and Cycling, Cross-Country Skiing, Picnic Sites, Running, Lake, Fountains, Ice Skating, Skate Rentals, Wheelchair Accessible & Bike Trails

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TERWILLEGAR PARK

10 Rabbit Hill Road Northwest, Edmonton, AB T6R 0R7 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Terwillegar Park is one of Canada's largest off-leash municipal dog parks situated in the Saskatchewan River Valley of the City of Edmonton. It is an area of 169 Acres connecting to several hundred more acres of trail systems on both banks of the river. The park also has a 262-metre-long footbridge that links the park to Jan Reimer Park (formerly Oleskiw River Valley Park) on the north side of the river. It is a place perfect for those looking to get outdoors and enjoy nature. This Terwillegar Park has two beautiful fountains and is a favourite spot for ducks and beavers. The park has a vast field beside it and is a great place to sit down and relax. There are many hiking and walking trails with paved and unpaved biking trails. Terwillegar Park is a volunteer community organization organized to become a nonprofit group dedicated to maintaining the park's current and future enjoyment and use in its natural state for the widest variety of uses.

SPECIALTY:
Off-Leash Area, Parking, Running, Walking and Mountain Biking Trails, Cross Country Skiing, Terwillegar Park Footbridge, Portable Toilet, Dog Cycling & Canoe Hand Launch

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HERMITAGE PARK

2115 Hermitage Road Northwest, Edmonton, AB T5A 5H5 DIRECTIONS

Since 1970

Here’s The Deal:
Hermitage Park is a scenic park with picnic tables, trails, and a pond. It is filled with nature trails, a large off-leash dog area and picnic sites. This park provides users with a variety of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. The park is a place to enjoy the fantastic trails, ponds, many geese, ducks, coots, grebes, beavers, pelicans, red-wing blackbirds and more. Hermitage Park is a lovely place to enjoy nature and birdwatch, and the park provides an off-leash area for dogs. This park offers a beautiful walk with an option for your dog to take a dip in the lake. The walking and biking paths are extensive and connect directly to Rundle Park. Hermitage Park provides public restrooms and has plenty of picnic tables. The largest pond is stocked with fish, contains two islands, and you can boat on the water. At Hermitage Park, fishing and paddling activities are also available.

SPECIALTY:
Tress, Pick Up Area, Boating, Washrooms, Fishing, Safe Drop-Off, Picnic with Family, Walking and Cycling Trails, Cross Country Skiing & Large Off-Leash Area

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