River Valley Parks
Door 13 locals aangeraden ·
Tips van locals
Edmonton has some amazing trails...head down to Terwillegar Dog Park and follow the paved path across 2 new bridges that will get you to Fort Edmonton Park...let me know if you need to borrow bikes or baby strollers!
It is Edmonton's most beautiful part. Perfect for bike riding, running, pick-nick, reading a book, hanging out with friends, jogging, canoeing in the river, literally ever out door activity you can think of the river valley is the perfect place for it.
Our river valley park system is the largest urban park in the world! Great trails, scenery and natural environment right in the city. Also visit edmonton.ca for other city attractions.
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“The #85 bus takes you downtown and back in less than 10 minutes. The bus stop is only steps from our front door.”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden
“LRT, Light rapid transport running north and south... Closest location is park and ride at heritage center on 23 ave and 111 st. webdocs.edmonton.ca/transit/route_schedules_and_maps/current/lrt.pdf”
- Door 1 locals aangeraden
“The Citadel Theatre is recognized as a national centre of excellence in production, creative development, and audience engagement. The Citadel Theatre is one of North America's largest not-for-profit theatres. It is a complex of five performance spaces in downtown Edmonton. The theatre's core programming features nine plays. The Citadel also features an outreach performance series each year known as Beyond the Stage, designed to encourage patrons to experience various forms of entertainment beyond conventional theatre offerings. A registered charitable organization, the Citadel also operates a year-round theatre school known as The Academy at the Citadel. It also houses theatre companies Catalyst Theatre and Rapid Fire Theatre Society, as well as various rental events.”
- Door 33 locals aangeraden
“The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world. The AGA also offers a full-range of art education and public programs.”
- Door 80 locals aangeraden
“This local chain is a favourite cafe option in Edmonton. This welcoming cafe has great selection of foods, drinks, and desserts. They easily cater to vegan and/or gluten free dietary requirements, and don't even charge more to make a chai with almond milk instead of regular milk. I gather from the menus that they're originally Indian themed; a lot of the food is Indian/Pakistani, and their specialty drink is a traditional sweet chai tea. But they have lots of coffee options too and lots of other food as well. Great place to study/work, come to catch up with friends or treat yourself to a nice drink or dessert any time.”
- Door 15 locals aangeraden