Bylaw Number C2202
Enjoy our gorgeous, expansive river valley; this series of maps can guide you.
River Valley Map Central - Summer (3MB)
Detailed map of the River Valley in central Edmonton, from Gold Bar to Fort Edmonton Park, including: Shared-use paths, Trails, Boat launches, Amenities in the River Valley, and Protected bike lanes, Painted bike lines and Shared roadways in adjacent neighbourhoods.
River Valley Map Central - Winter (2MB)
Detailed map of the River Valley in central Edmonton from Gold Bar to Fort Edmonton Park, including: Shared-use paths, Trails, Trails cleared in winter, Cross-country ski trails, Winter warm-up Locations, Skating and tobogganing in the River Valley, and Protected bike lanes, Painted bike lanes and Shared roadways in adjacent neighbourhoods.
Edmonton West - Valley Attractions (8MB)
Major parks include: Buena Vista, Emily Murphy, Fort Edmonton / John Janzen, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Terwillegar, Whitemud, Whitemud Ravine and Nature Reserve, and William Hawrelak.
Edmonton East - Valley Parks (6MB)
Major parks include: Capilano, Gold Bar, Gold Stick, Hermitage, Riverside Golf Course, Rundle and Rundle Golf Course.
Extends partially into both adjacent planning zones, “City Centre” and “Big Valley.”
Full Size Maps
Full size copies (34" x 22") of these maps are available at all City Libraries, Public Health Units, Recreation and Leisure Centres, Citizen Services Offices, and some Retailers.
For more information or to request copies, call 311.
Designed to support mobility for all, these maps provide information on trails and trail slope or grade (degree of steepness).
Paved trails in the River Valley Parks are 2.5m to 3m wide asphalt surfaces with a yellow centre line.
Other trails are granular (non-paved) with rough gravel surfaces and may not be appropriate for wheelchair users without assistance.
Check the legend to see which symbols designate paved and non-paved trails.
Grades are identified on the map as:
- Moderate: Grades of 5 – 9%, will challenge some users with reduced mobility, especially in longer sections. For comparison, a well built wheelchair ramp is about a 6% grade.
- Difficult: Grades of 10% and greater, are challenging for most users and require good skills and fitness regardless of your mode of travel.
- Grades of less than 5% are not indicated on the map — changes to slopes are generally gradual and should not be a challenge to most users.
The City of Edmonton makes every reasonable effort to ensure City facilities are accessible to all users.