Upper North Saskatchewan River Valley

Edmonton Ecological AreasThis is the south western side of Edmonton. The river valley here is closest to the mountains and is, therefore, the upper section. It lies adjacent to the Devon River Valley.  Here are links to our posts from this area:

Edmonton’s river valley is one of the most attractive features of our city. It covers an astounding 7400 hectares with over 150 kilometres of trails – the largest of any city in North America! Read more here…

Discover a hidden gem – Wedgewood Ravine

To my left lies a typical residential neighbourhood of single family homes and to my right a wall of trees with a slight glimmer that can be seen through the undergrowth. Join blogger Jason Teare as he discovers the Secord Wetland by clicking here…

New Master Naturalist Jennifer Gyuricska explores the Secord Wetland with the Young Naturalists Club. Read more here…

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