About Edmonton

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Connected to Nature

Edmonton, Alberta, is known for its connection to nature, and the River Valley is a big part of that. It’s a network of interconnected parks and trails that stretches along the North Saskatchewan River, providing ample opportunities for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. From hiking, biking, picnicking, and fishing, to stunning views of the river and downtown Edmonton, the River Valley is a popular destination for locals and tourists to connect with nature, relax and get some fresh air.

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Winter Wonderland

Alberta’s Capital, is known for its long and harsh winters, but despite the cold temperatures, the city offers a variety of winter activities for residents and visitors. Edmonton’s River Valley transforms into a winter wonderland with miles of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails, ice fishing, and even a winter festival. The city also has many ice rinks and ski hills to enjoy. Edmonton’s winter also offers many festivals like Silver Skate Festival, Ice on Whyte Festival, and the Deep Freeze Festival.

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Strong Cultural Roots

Edmonton is a city rich in culture, known for its iconic Fort Edmonton Park, a historical park that recreates the history of the city. It’s a popular tourist attraction and a must-see for history enthusiasts. Along with Fort Edmonton Park, the city also has a variety of art and cultural events, museums, galleries, and festivals, a strong Indigenous culture, vibrant theatre and music scene, and a growing food scene with a variety of ethnic cuisines. All of which makes Edmonton a unique and dynamic city.


Edmonton houses the tallest indoor rollercoaster in the already amazing West Edmonton Mall. Boasting an impressive height of 44 Meters (145 Feet), a Triple Loop, and maximum speed of 97km/h, the “Mindbender” is sure to be an experience for all brave enough to ride it!

Popular Spots

Elk Island National Park

This National Park houses a wide variety of wildlife and has become an important sanctuary for Bison. Open year-round for your convenience

Fort Edmonton Park

Recreates the history of the city with reconstructed historical buildings. Visitors can also take a vintage streetcar ride, and enjoy educational programs and events throughout the year.

Whyte Avenue

Known for its unique boutiques, restaurants and nightlife. It is a popular destination for shopping, dining, entertainment and socializing.

River Valley

Offering a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, biking, and picnicking, as well as stunning views of the river and downtown Edmonton.

Tours in Edmonton

Visit Alberta’s capital city and explore a vibrant urban centre, a plethora of exciting activities that’ll takes you to new places and allow you to discover other cultures. Available May to September.
Visit the largest mall in North America for exciting shops, family friendly entertainment and activities like the World Waterpark and Galaxyland amusement parks. This tour is available year-round.
Enjoy an incredible Rocky Mountain experience, travel to the iconic sites, and discover hidden gems in the Jasper and Banff National Parks. This 9 day, 8 night package is accessible daily.
Enjoy truly Canadian experiences with bucket list views. Discover what makes Alberta so unique and explore the Rockies like you’ve only dreamt. This 9 day, 8 night package is accessible daily.

Staff Suggestion

Build Your Own Edmonton Tour

Let’s make a trip that’s uniquely yours! You decide how long, which activities, number of inclusions, everything. Start planning now and make your dream trip a reality.

Featured Attraction: West Edmonton Mall

One of the largest Malls in the world! Featuring a vast range of attractions between shopping, mini-gold, a waterpark, and an indoor amusement park. West Edmonton mall is truly a one-stop shop for anybody looking to spend time in the city.

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Did You Know?

Fort Edmonton Park began reconstruction in 1967, and has been maintained ever since. Now being a major leader in cultural tourism globally, teaching guests the importance of our roots. This 158 acre park is available year-round and can even be booked for a Private Function or Special Event!

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