Summer Scavenger Hunt
Here is your chance to get out and explore the river valley trails across six municipalities: Devon, Parkland County, Edmonton, Strathcona County, Sturgeon County and Fort Saskatchewan.
Find new to you trails to Explore and fill your summer with some outdoor adventure.
You could win one of 4 fantastic prize packages from local sponsors by being one of the first four people to find all of the locations between July 1, 2021 and July 14, 2021! There will also be great daily prizes.
Proudly connecting you to your river valley
Our goal is to connect one continuous trail system from Devon to Fort Saskatchewan, approximately 100 km. We're about 70% complete.
Trek The Trails
Over 20 years ago a group of volunteers came together with a shared vision - and a shared love for the river valley. That vision grew into a plan of action to transform the river valley into a world-class, integrated, cross-municipality park and trail system. This history set into motion the RVA's work today in helping municipalities fund the design and construction of projects that connect people to this natural wonder.
Latest News & Stories
Pioneers Cabin LoopNo excerpt…
Highway 15 Underslung Pedestrian Bridge Officially OpensHighway 15 Underslung Pedestrian Bridge Officially Opens to the Public – An Important Milestone in Connecting the Longest River Valley Pedestrian Trail in North…
Feature Friday – Wild CalmAn Interview with Milena McWatt, Owner and Operator of Wild Calm Forest Therapy Please tell us a bit about Forest Therapy. Forest Therapy…
TrailTrek How-to: Riverside TrailLength: ~5.5 – 6.5 km (depending on where you park) round trip, 90 min (out and back) Trail condition: 2 large staircases on either end…
Twatina Bridge to Low Level Bridge LoopLength: ~3.6 km round trip, 60 min Trail condition: The trail is paved on the North side of the River and a double-wide granular on the…
Feature Friday – Wild Child EdmontonAn Interview with Paulina Retamales, Coordinator and Educator for Sierra Club Canada Foundation Can you tell us a bit about Wild Child? Wild Child…
Edmonton’s Commonwealth WalkwayGuest Blog By: Sheila Thompson The heart of Edmonton’s trails, from Government House Park to the Funicular is triple blessed. It is part of…
lamoureux trailLength: ~2 km round trip (1 km one way), 30 min Trail condition: The trail is paved. Difficulty: Easy Bikes: Allowed Dogs: Allowed on-leash Parking: Parking lot on the…
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