St. Albert Trail is one of the major pathways that connects the cities of Edmonton and St. Albert, by the Sturgeon River. The ... More
St. Albert Trail
St. Albert Trail is one of the major pathways that connects the cities of Edmonton and St. Albert, by the Sturgeon River. The path begins at Groat Road and turns into St. Albert Trail at the traffic circle of 118 Avenue. Later, the road becomes part of the Alberta Highway 2. The wide path is marked by scenic beauty and is one of the most important locations in the border towns. St. Albert Trail is also the venue for the Northern Alberta International Children's Festival, and is thronged by tourists from all over Alberta.
Hermitage Park is located in the northeastern section of the city, near the Yellowhead Trail. It is part of Edmonton's
group of river valley parks, which form the largest area of parkland in North America today. The park is ...
During July and August you can travel back in time to see what Old Strathcona's railway station was really like.
The museum is home to a working telegraph service, which was the main method of communication in the early ...
Sea Life Caverns is home to over 200 species of colorful fish, sharks, penguins, reptiles, and a rare Giant Pacific
Octopus. An interactive "touch pool" exhibit lets you get up close and personal with exotic sea life. Also check ...