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Explore Edmonton's winter wonderland on snowshoes. Snowshoeing, a traditional mode of transportation for Canadian Aboriginals, remains one of the best and most practical ways to travel on deep snow. Snowshoeing provides transportation for exploring, bird and wildlife viewing or exercise.

Most City trails are packed down, so snowshoes perform best in areas that are more open, but off the beaten track, like Terwillegar Park.

Good Snowshoeing Locations

Fort Edmonton Park Corner of Fox and Whitemud Dr.
Elk Island National Park 34 km east of Edmonton (Amiskwuche and Lakeview trails recommended)
John Janzen Nature Centre Beside Fort Edmonton (corner of Fox and Whitemud Dr. )
Mill Woods Park 23 Ave. and 66 St.
McLeod Creek Farms 43 km north of Edmonton
Rundle Park 2913-113 Ave.
Strathcona Recreation Area 16 km east of Edmonton

Other Parks That Allow Snowshoeing

Borden Park
Capilano Park
Coronation Park
Emily Murphy Park
Gold Bar Park
Hermitage Park

Jackie Parker Park
Terwillegar Park
Victoria Park
Whitemud Park
William Hawrelak Park