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6.78 km

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45 m

Alberta,Kanada

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Terwilligar Park footbridge to the meadows

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Terwilligar Park footbridge to the meadows ist eine 6.78km Route in der Nähe von Alberta,Kanada. Diese Route weist fluss und panoramablick auf und ist bewertet als fortgeschritten.Hunde können auf dieser Route laufen, müssen aber an der Leine geführt werden.Mit der Pacer-App kannst Du Offline-Karten herunterladen und genießengehen!
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This is a nice easy walk if you choose to go to the Wolf Willow Stairs and stop, but you can add a nice challenge to your walk by climbing the 200 steps of Wolf Willow Staircase. At the top your view of Edmonton River Valley is very nice! It’s a very well traveled paved path

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