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Approximately 16 km of primary (paved) and secondary (gravel) trails have been developed to connect the river valley main trail with new communities in east Edmonton. This initiative had a budget of $8.5 million and was being funded by the River Valley Alliance, the provincial and federal governments and the City of Edmonton. This expansion involved two trails constructed along the following alignment:

East End Trails Map

North Trails

  • A primary asphalt trail from Hermitage Park along the north river bank to the south end of 17 Street
  • A trail route designation up 17 Street to the Quarry Golf Course
  • A secondary granular trail running north from the Quarry Golf Course to the east end of 167 Avenue

South Trails

  • A secondary granular trail west of the Anthony Henday Bridge
  • One kilometre of secondary trail (gravel) has been upgraded in Goldstick Park
  • A future secondary trail will be extended east of the Anthony Henday Bridge to 17 Street

River Crossing      

  • A pedestrian link across the Anthony Henday Bridge constructed by the Province of Alberta

The East End Trails were completed in fall 2018.

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Enrique Peris

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