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Forest Heights Park

Wander from the top of Forest Heights into historic Cloverdale
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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.305 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  Forest Heights Park is a mature park that was created in 1960 and offers fantastic views of the river valley and downtown Edmonton. ... more »

Tips:  -Bring water
-Bring a camera for the top lookout and pedestrian bridge
-Watch out for bikers
-After 101 ave, there is a steady... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Junction point on Rowland Road

The junction point here leads to the trails around Riverside Golf Course or over the pedestrian bridge to Forest Heights Park

2. Pedestrian Bridge leading to Forest Heights Park

Heading over to Forest Heights

3. The views from the bridge

Nice views of the city from the bridge. Rowland Road is directly below.

4. Entering Forest Heights

This is the beginning of the paved path that will take us through Forest Heights Park

5. Looking down at the Dawson Bridge

The Dawson Bridge on a sunny morning. The 776ft bridge was originally built in 1912 and was upgraded in 2010.

6. Looking west down the North Saskatchewan

Upstream view

7. Peaceful walk

This is an enjoyable morning walk.

8. City of Edmonton Emergency Phone

City of Edmonton Emergency Phone location.

9. Another great viewpoint

A great spot for a photo.

10. Downward path

This part of the path drops quickly, so be aware of bikers heading down.

11. Entering Cloverdale

You can exit here or carry on down the trail into Henrietta Louise Edwards Park.