Kennedale Ravine to Rundle Park Hike

Eighteen people came out on a frosty morning to hike the city trails in Edmonton’s east end.

The hike started at the beginning of Kennedale Ravine in Clareview.

The ravine has a number of picturesque bridges in a very natural woodland setting.

The ravine opened out to the lovely, quiet Hermitage Park along the North Saskatchewan River. Soon after passing under the train trestle and then bridge over the Yellowhead Highway, we were Rundle Park.

Rundle is one of the bigger parks of the river valley parks system of Edmonton. It has a lot of sport facilities and picnic sites. Although the day had warmed considerably and the sun was shining brightly, most of us took in the comfort of eating lunch inside the Family Centre.

Thanks to Johanna for scouting and leading the hike and to the people who maintain the parks. You can find more photos on Flickr.

Where we’re hiking next

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