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Mill Creek Ravine Park, Edmonton
(4.7/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • I always go here for a short walk and to get a few photos of nature. Love how quiet it is, and there's some streams / water areas that also make for cool photos. Worth checking out! 
  • My mother in-law and I met my brother who lives in Edmonton here for a walk as he suggested. We are from Calgary/Okotoks. It had just snowed the day before a lot yet the pathways were already cleared ...  more »
  • the river valleys in edmonton city and the area around it are so beautiful. it is actually quite cool that they build a city right across these parks and managed to preserve them. the mill creek ravin...  more »
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  • A hideway slice of wilderness - Less spectacular than the connected North Saskatchewan River Valley, but no less beautiful. A paved multi-use trail on an old rail line route is used by different user groups; runners, families, dog walkers & local bike commuters looking for a quieter route downtown, runs the length of the park. There is also a second 'main' path at a lower elevation beside & crossing intermittently the creek itself. For those with more time to explore, pleasing vistas are revealed here, along a collection of small wooden footbridges. Dirt trails for hardy mountain bikers or hikers abound, and fan off of the main trail. Benches, woodstoves, and an outdoor pool popular in summer are notable amenities. Unfortunately, erosion is an ongoing problem so tread lightly, especially when the ground is wet. There may be closed areas where the city is performing restorative or preventative maintenance. Projects upcoming include a possible repair or replacement of the quient, ramshackle trestle bridges leftover from the areas' rail-days, and *daylighting* of the Creeks' Northern extremity taken up by culverts and covered over by a half-realized roadway interchange system, slated to be scaled back.
  • I love Mill Creek Ravine! It's like a little secret place in the middle of the city. It's really quiet and calming and there's a ton of different little nooks and crannies to explore. The off leash dog park area is great too!
  • One of the big photo stops in Edmonton. This park is partially treed. Tons of natural area and paths that are well groomed and maintained. A touch of muskeg-like ponds that add an incredible beauty to a camera. Many professional photographers take clients out here to capture their portraits.
  • Very beautiful park. Nice atmosphere and very relaxing. This is a great place for locals and visitors.
  • Love this park as it's right in my backyard. Go for walks and bike rides all the time. Seems to be kept in good condition as far as I can tell! Kids love adventuring on the trails.