Edmonton Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Hanau93
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Hanau93
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Hanau93

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Edmonton

  • 1. Rural Alberta

    If you enjoy fishing at all then theres lots of options open for you. My favorite place to go is East Pit Lake. Its about 70km west of the downtown core. It a reclaimed mining pit thats been...

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  • 2. River Valley

    The North Saskatchewan River diagonally bisects the city, and Edmontonians are very (oddly) proud of their valley. Networks of 'multi-use' trails (for bicycles, rollerblades, joggers, etc) abound up...

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  • 3. Elk Island National Park

    If you get a chance, you may want to visit Elk Island National Park. Just a 45 mins drive East of Edmonton (take Yellowhead Trail Eastbound; Highway 16, and follow the signs), it is home to herds of...

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  • 4. Mountain Parks

    As you drive around Golden, you will see these BIGHORN SHEEP abundant throughout the Rockies. The large rams are best viewed in the winter months when they are at lower elevations; in summer, most of...

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  • 5. ~ Prairie Gardens Adventure Farm ~

    Prairie Garden Farms is no ordinary farm it's 35 acres of adventure and fun. A farm with arcade games, greenhouses, a pumpkin cannon (and a corn cob cannon for...

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  • 6. Jurassic Forest

    This is a cool park. There is a north and south loop to walk around. In each loop there are different dinosaurs that have a sensor when you walk past them, they...

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  • 7. University of Alberta - Museums & Exhibitions

    Many people might not think about it, but in Edmontons University of Alberta there are several smaller Museums and Exhibitions hidden and worth to be...

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  • 8. Take a break at Sylvan Lake

    Sylvan Lake is a pleasant resort town located about 1h30 south of Edmonton. It's a good place to go for camping (Jarvis Bay Provincial Park), swimming (Wild...

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  • 9. John Walter Museum

    During a walk around Edmonton I passed by the John Walter museum which is located in the North Saskatchewan River valley downtown Edmonton. I didn't enter, but...

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  • 10. Come visit ME!

    This is my basement suite! I live in a nice, older area of the city. Close to the River Valley, downtown, north end, south end, WEM.... YOU NAME IT! I'm about...

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  • 11. Check out this Cathedral

    We were unable to go inside this catherdral as there was a funeral going on it was such a pretty structure that I had to write a little bit about it because it...

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  • 12. Taylor University College

    AccreditationTaylor University College and Seminary operates under a charter of the province of Alberta. Taylor's three-year Bachelor of Arts degree and...

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  • 13. The King's University College

    The King's University College is a degree-granting institution offering Christian university education, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. King's is a member...

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  • 14. Concordia University College of Alberta

    Concordia's work in building leaders began in 1921, when the institution was founded by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod to prepare young men for preaching...

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  • 15. Athabasca University

    Athabasca University (AU) is Canada's leading distance-education and online university: Canada's Open University. We currently serve about 30,000 students per...

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  • 16. University of Alberta

    A Capital UniversityOpened in 1908 as a board-governed, public institution, the University of Alberta has grown to be one of Canada’s foremost...

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  • 17. Cyber Cafe...Get your Internet Fix

    Cyber-One Internet Cafe was an oasis for the true VT and Internet addict. They have over 15 computer stations and charge $6.00 Canadian per hour for internet...

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  • 18. Discover Nature at John Janzen Nature Centre

    For $1.75 Canadian, a tour of the John Janzen Nature Centre is a nice place to take the family, especially if you have young children. Down in the River Valley...

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  • 19. Horticulture Enthusiast Rejoice

    30 minutes west of downtown Edmonton lies the Devonian Botanical Garden. Though it's nothing like Butchart's in Victoria, BC, it is quite a scene.This 80 acres...

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  • 20. Alberta Railway Museum, near Namao

    The Alberta Railway Museum located on the northern outskirts of Edmonton is a great hit with railroading buffs. It has a large collection of operating steam...

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  • 21. This is the ticket to my...

    This is the ticket to my future! The Super 7 & 6/49 is a weekly & twice weekly draw that has prizes amounting to as high as C$22m! Well, I have yet migrated to...

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  • 22. Ghost tour on Whyte

    If you have an hour to spare and are curious about ghostly stories around Strathcona, check out the ghost tours. I believe the guide's name is Nadine...

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  • 23. When it gets hot...get ice cream

    It's nice to walk around Whyte Ave in the summertime. You can window shop, stop for a cup of iced mocha or a cold brew. I like to stop for ice cream at Berzerk....

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  • 24. The Francis Winspear Centre...

    The Francis Winspear Centre For Music Performers from the ESO to the Rolling Stones have found a home in one of the world's most acoustically-sound halls.#4 SIR...

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  • 25. Kinnaird Park and Ravine

    A ravine at the edge of downtown 82 St and Jasper Ave. that gives you the feeling you are in North Vancouver.Great walk which ends right at the N-Saskatchewan...

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