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Nice simple walk, as long as you make sure you’re taking the right path. The second 5k ends up being mostly neighbourhood walk, but you see a lot of beautiful houses.

hot, nice way to get a workout in!

On Sunday. May 8, 2018 while walking the previously marked pedestrian only dirt trail between Whitemud Park and Belgravia off-leash dog park, I was theatened with the words "if I have to go back to the beginning of this trail to view a sign that supposedly says no horses, no bikes, peds only; that will be the time that they will be dragging your body out of the river". Yes folks, I was threatened with death by the leader of an ~10 large pack of cyclists, most of which heard the threat but would not acknowledge hearing it. Now I understand that parts of that dirt trail are supposed to be off limits to all due to soil erosion and instability but I know for a fact that 10 days previous to today, there were two signs at the NE start of that trail that showed no horses, no bikes, pedestrians only. However, those signs no longer exist as it appears someone took some boltcutters to the no bikes, peds only sign and now the "killer" cyclists have laid claim to that entire dirt trail as they consider it unmarked and unmonitored. C'mon Christians of this city, back me up on this and have the city replace the removed sign and affix a sign stating properly, whom or what is or are allowed to use said dirt trail or at least admit that the city does not give a rat's ass to the safety of those of us elderly walkers who also have rights without having to fear "our bodies floating" in the North Saskatchewan River courtesy of rogue cyclists. Sorry about my language but this just happened to myself, my wife and our dog an hour ago!!

Did this loop with my 2 small kids (1 and 3yrs) and a double stroller. Great easy loop with little sight seeing peakaboo trails. The first km is paved, rest is packed gravel that was easily managed pushing a heavy stroller for part of the way.
Only criticism is the lack of signage at the end of the paved trail; YOU NEEDTO TURN RIGHT on what looks like a gravel alleyway or backroad. Also no washrooms along the way just FYI

Nice walk not busy.

Nice trail for the beginners.

Nice walk by the river ,beautiful bridge , natural site ...

An easy hike anyone can do. The view from the bridge is wonderful!

Great trail nice for the dogs to go for a swim as well

I love this park and so does my dog! Easy trail!

Great work out on a hot day!

Great trail, can be confusing with other intersections but this app helped. Had a great day out starting our conditioning for future hikes. Good for families, dogs, kids, bikes, etc

Good hiking trail for family with kids

Nice little walk through the ravine. Interesting to see the houses dangerously close to the edge of the cliff.

Awesome trail! Definitely will enjoy it more often

Off leash dog trail. Beautiful. Narrow. Great for biking too.

Very woody for the first half and the river isn't always visible coming back. Still, a pleasant walk.

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8 months ago

lovely walk--though take your sunglasses!

love this trail just did it for the first time and will drive across the city to do it again.

Beautiful especially in October . Surrounded with trees, quiet and peaceful!

This trail would have made 5 stars for the scenery and level of walk (for a very overweight beginer to walking for weightloss and health). But the stench is soooo horrific at times on the trail that I will not be coming back.

Very pretty but also very busy!

This hike was awesome. So beautiful with different paths to take. The only thing that was not enjoyable was the sewer smell in 2 areas. Will walk this again.

good hike with off leash area along the river

great run with gorgeous scenery, I extended an extra 2km by not turning at back into the park at the bridge.

I continued straight on the path south and ran to the stairs going up to groat road and then down the hill back into the park.

Good trail for the whole family(dog too). No matter which way you go there is going to be a climb uphill.

Nice easy loop. Be ready for a bit of an uphill climb at the end though.

Beautiful views of the river valley, nice climb down and back up .

This was a fantastic trail! Well maintained, lots of friendly people and wildlife too! Will be going back again soon!!

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