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Rundle Park Bridge Loop

Nature walk with four bridges

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Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 2.734 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview:  Rundle Park is the ideal place for recreational activities throughout the year. Situated in the northeast part of Edmonton’s scenic... more »

Tips:  -Bring some water.
-Bring a camera and take some pictures from under the bridges.

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Points of Interest

1. Starting off!

Trail head from the parking lot in Rundle.

2. Trail Junction

Junction point! To the left is the river walk to Hermitage Park and the trail to the right will take you to Gold Bar Park

3. Away we go!

4. River view

Nice shot of the North Saskatchewan

5. Tucked away picnic spot

Nice lunch spot along the river

6. Strathcona Science Park Footbridge

River view and a look at the footbridge linking the two parks

7. Under the footbridge

Very nice section of trail here

8. First views of the three other bridges

9. Staircases leading up out of the river valley

10. Flowers

11. Sunridge Ski Hill

SunRidge Ski Hill across the river

12. Better view of the three bridges

13. Under the bridge looking north

14. The old Railway Bridge

This bridge used to be the only way for people to cross the river to other coal mining sites. There used to be 'barrels" for people to hide in if a train come on the bridge.

15. Safety first!

Covered section of trail under the railroad Bridge leading to Hermitage Park.

Nice spot for a refreshment!

17. Emergency phone location

There are 19 Emergency Phones located in Edmonton's section of the park system. They are also known as Blu Phones.

18. Past the golf course looking south

You can see one of the refineries off in the distance. The duality of Alberta, park on one side of the river, industry on the other.

19. Nice paved paths on the way down

After a long walk uphill and a few staircases, it is nice to head down.

20. Science Park Footbridge

This footbridge leads to the Strathcona Science Park. Lots of great trails over there as well!

21. Washroom!

Just in time after a long walk!