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Whitemud Park & Nature Reserve

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5045 Whitemud Rd NW, Edmonton, Alberta T6H 4Y7, Canada
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“squirrels” (2 reviews)
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5045 Whitemud Rd NW, Edmonton, Alberta T6H 4Y7, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was a boring place to visit and we spent little time there. Would have been good if there was anything to do there or more to see. Still, nice to see nature.

Thank robnkim
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Lovely area in Edmonton that is tucked away from the city. Enjoy long or short walks through the ravine where you will be surrounded by wildlife. Great for all ages and abilities.

Thank Canadianswhotravel16
Reviewed 10 May 2017

I would say this is one of the best I visited in Edmonton so far. I love the forest, the streams, birds and squirrels sometimes coyotes.

Thank Celia63
Reviewed 8 March 2017

We are so fortunate in Edmonton to have a series of walks through the Whitemud Ravine. Once you are out on the trails you don't feel as if you are int he city at all. Our dog loves to ramble through the bush and we...More

Thank FMTeacher2014
Reviewed 17 December 2015

Whitemud is a beautiful place to enjoy nature.we had a picnic and just enjoyed our surroundings.it,s great for all ages.mother nature offers us so much everyday....Whitemud park and Nature reserve is her perfect setting!!!!

Thank Therese L
Reviewed 5 October 2015

My favorite place in all of Edmonton to walk. Beautiful this time of year (Autumn) as the leaves are so many colors and literally falling at your feet as you walk. Very serene. Great place to walk and think.

1  Thank Naomi K
Reviewed 28 August 2015

Whitemud park is located in the south part of the city and goes for several kilometers eventually emptying into the North Saskatchewan river. The creek is still flowing and has many beaver dams and foot bridges to watch these wonderful creatures at work. The walk...More

1  Thank bifsplk
Reviewed 16 August 2015 via mobile

A beautiful trail found just off of the Whitemud near snow Valley. A short walk in and you are surrounded by tall lush evergreens, Ash, Elms and more, this is a great walk for families too. Y Dan go for a couple km or more...More

1  Thank Melanie B
Reviewed 12 May 2015

This is my absolute favourite place to bird in the city. In spring and summer, you'll find pileated woodpeckers, eastern phoebes, tree swallows and common goldeneyes easily. If you're lucky, you'll find olive-sided warblers or ruby-crowned kinglets. If you're extremely lucky, you might see a...More

2  Thank Tamara D
Reviewed 21 February 2015

This is one of the best walking trails in Edmonton. Turn off Fox Drive east of the Campbell Bridge and park by the Savage Centre. Hike upstream, crossing several bridges, through old growth forest. This is a great place for birdwatching. In the summer you...More

1  Thank PeregrineEdmonton
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