Mill Creek Ravine Park

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Mill Creek Ravine Park
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Ross M
Airdrie, Canada3,789 contributions
Jan. 2022 • Solo
There are so many parks and ravines in Edmonton. Mill Creek Ravine Park just outside downtown is one of my favourites - great experience, fresh air, bird watching and some exercise - what more do you want
Written January 16, 2022
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Angie M
9 contributions
Aug. 2021 • Family
MY FAVE Off Leash DOG trails are in Mill Creek Ravine South in Edmonton. Park in front of 6736 84th Street NW in the shade, for closest access to off leash trails just down the grassy hill!
Written August 14, 2021
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ScubaNut099
Edmonton, Canada203 contributions
Jun. 2021
The trails through the Mill Creek Ravine are a wonderful hidden gem in the middle of the city. You can get down into the trails and lose yourself in nature to refresh/recharge and the pop back up into the 'city' once done. Surrounded by trees it basically follows the creek from north to south.

Though not technically a loop, you could do this ravine as a loop because it offers both a paved shared pedestrian/bike path AND regular paths. The paved trail generally stays higher up in the ravine as it winds it's way through. The lower paths at the base of the ravine twist and turn throughout with many small bridges involved.
The lower trail is generally a broad, wide open, easily accessible trail.
Everything is open to bicycles and for those with mountain bikes, besides the lower unpaved trails, there are also many single track type paths with weave back and forth an intertwine with the regular lower trails.
As a loop, you could do the lower trails from N to S, say, then going back take the upper paved shared pathway. Or you could even do the lower trails in both directions as there are multiple trails on each side of the creek at many points.
Written June 7, 2021
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MarkAndCathy
Calgary, Canada691 contributions
Mar. 2021
We had a lovely hour long walk along about 1/2 of this trail. A nice mix of cityscapes and a lovely valley with lots of trail options. This would be a great idea on a hot summer day as you would be in the cooler shade.
Written March 24, 2021
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judy R
Edmonton, Canada55 contributions
Feb. 2020
A great place to walk in the winter or the summer. Be careful in the spring when you can slip slide in mud for most of it. Walk along the creek, see the little waterfall. It is usually mostly local dog walkers to meet and greet you.
Plan for the Canoe Festival in winter!
Written February 11, 2020
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B8874JBmichaelr
Edmonton, Canada40 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Couples
I’ll start by saying you can ride a bike or walk from 68th. ave and 93st to Downtown, West End or East Edmonton on the dual use bike path... or do it in reverse from any of those points.
Park anywhere North of 68 Ave and pick up the trail to the East and head North on the trail, just go for it.
You can also go through the creek and up East into Argyle to their park area.
Great place to walk dogs and push a stroller.
Walkers & hikers please pay attention when you are on the mixed us bike paths - keep right or they will run you over!
Explore any of the 3 railway trestles along the trail and pop up into any of the local communities.
You can also pop up on Whyte Ave (82 Ave.) and find a coffee shop to the East or West.
Mill Creek outdoor pool is just North of Whyte Ave and it’s a great summer stop to hang out at.
Just 1km. North of Whyte takes you into the North Saskatchewan river system of parks.
Edmonton’s Park system runs for about 25 to 30 km. and it’s free to enjoy.
Written January 7, 2020
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Yasmine K
3 contributions
May 2019
This park is really coool. We actually enjoyed our stay here. I highly recommend this if you're into nature.
Written December 23, 2019
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Arthur G
2 contributions
Dec. 2019
Love this park. t was always cool to come here. A must see place. a perfect place to take pictures.!
Written December 23, 2019
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
Jul. 2019
We left our car and went with my wife, my son and his wife.

It felt good to hike and enjoying the nature.

There was a path. We couldn't be lost!

People could bike on the path.

We saw a river and many flowers.

We wanted to go further, but it started to rain.

We had fun anyway!
There was a historical bridge
Written December 19, 2019
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Koni M
Edmonton, Canada18 contributions
Aug. 2019
Mill Creek Ravine Park is a beautiful park that connects numerous neighbourhoods in Edmonton. It connects many neighbourhoods and it's close to trendy bars and restaurants.
Written November 5, 2019
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