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Address: 104 Street and 97 Avenue | To the right of Firemans Pit Road, 250 meters to parking lot on edge of park., Grande Cache, Alberta T0E 0Y0, Canada
Phone Number: 780-827-5099
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Description: Open to visitors year round, this wellness inspired park is situated on a...
Open to visitors year round, this wellness inspired park is situated on a plateau with a phenomenal 360o view of the Smokey River Valley and surrounding mountains.At our Labyrinths centre, a rare natural echo surrounds you. It is most noticeable when facing North-East, but likes to move around.For thousands of years different cultures around the world have walked Labyrinths for different purposes. In the present they are regaining popularity, being used for health promotion, meditation, and stress relief, being among the most common uses.The possibilities are as endless as the walker’s experiences are fascinating.Give yourself the gift of time, and “Take the Journey”.Guided tours may be available upon request, please contact.
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Try It At Night

For the man below me, The labyrinth isn't supposed to Have any dead ends, just walk it. That's the point, just walk it. And then walk out of it, the same way you went in, though... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed March 4, 2015
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 4, 2015

For the man below me, The labyrinth isn't supposed to Have any dead ends, just walk it. That's the point, just walk it. And then walk out of it, the same way you went in, though it's obvious where you need to go.

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Banff, Alberta
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed August 19, 2014

There never seems to be a dead end and you can obviously follow with your eyes the path that you need to take. lame.

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Edmonton, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 7, 2014

Kick off the day with breakfast and a cup of the best coffee in town at Noelle's Cafe. Next, head to the Sulphur Gates for a scenic stroll along the viewing platforms overlooking the majestic Sulphur Canyon. Spend some time exploring the area before returning to town for home-style sandwiches at The Bistro or sweet and sour chicken balls at... More 

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Alberta
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 17, 2013

Yes, it sounds like something out of a fantasy or fairy tale and it almost is that majestical! Take some time and enjoy the relaxing scenery and breathtaking views as you wind your way to the center where a perfect acoustical point awaits you. Don’t forget to breath deep and just enjoy. It’s amazing the sense of calm and clarity... More 

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