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Victoria Park West

Come explore Victoria Park

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Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 1.926 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  Victoria Park is a large park just off of downtown Edmonton that is in constant use by residents, golfers, bikers and tourists alike.

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Tips:  -Bring some money and grab a drink or ice cream at the clubhouse
-The stairs can be a challenge, so please ensure you can handle them ... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Main path from parking lot

Here is the nice multi use path from the parking lot at Victoria Park.

2. Kids area

A place to picnic and for the kids to keep busy

3. Large picnic shelter

One of the large picnic shelters.

4. Public restrooms in Victoria Park

These restrooms are very handy

5. Looking downtown

A view of downtown Edmonton

6. Another view

Fantastic viewpoints all through this park

7. Victoria park Landmark

This was erected and dedicated to Colonel Weaver in 1931. Charles Yardley Weaver (June 9, 1884 – October 1, 1930) was a politician, barrister, justice of the peace and soldier from Alberta, Canada. He held office on both municipal and provincial levels of government and served as an Alderman on Edmonton City Council from 1921 to 1923 and later as ... More

8. Driving range at Victoria Park

The driving range area

9. The Victoria Park Clubhouse

The Clubhouse and some refreshments!

10. Long stairs up to Victoria Park Road

This is a healthy set of stairs

11. Victoria Park Road

The view form Victoria Park Road. On your left you will see the driving range.

12. The driving range netting

This is a huge net and dominates the view from here

13. The trail down to River Valley Road

You have to cross the street in a couple of spots, so be aware of traffic

14. Nice shot of the Groat Bridge

The Groat Bridge seen from the River Valley Road trail

15. Lookout over the North Saskatchewan

Very easy to miss this great rest and lookout point

16. The river through the trees

Another spot to see the river flowing past

17. Street crossing

Cross the street safely and we are back at the start!