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Cloverbar Sightseeing Walk

See some of the great sights down in historic Cloverbar

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.621 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview:  There is parking in this area, if you would like to take this short walk to the pedestrian bridge in Henrietta Louise Edwards Park. ... more »

Tips:  -Bring a camera!

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Points of Interest

1. A community walk

There are many places to rest on the nicely maintained trails in the area

2. A shot of the gravel trail

You can stay on the paved paths by the road or move closer to the river on the gravel paths

3. The paved and cobblestone paths

Getting closer to the G.F. Memorial Plaza

4. Rest areas in the Plaza grounds

Have your lunch in the shade

5. G.F. Hustler Statue

George Hustler's statue was erected in 1991 by his former appreciative students. They formed a group called "the Cloverdale Kids" who would meet and remember growing up in the area and G.F. Hustler's influence.

6. Back on the river trails

Walking in the trees, just steps away from the traffic.

7. The Leilani Muir Pedestrian Bridge

Born in Calgary in 1944, Leilani Muir was an unwanted child who was frequently neglected by her alcoholic mother. She was sterilized by the Province of Alberta and later sued the province successfully and helped bring an end the practice of sterilization of women in Alberta. Her case is held up as a defence of those people who are marginalized and... More

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9. The view from the bridge deck

Amazing shot of downtown Edmonton

10. Looking upriver from the bridge

Looking downtown Edmonton and the Queen of Edmonton Riverboat.