Strathcona County Regional Trail
Strathcona County is proud to be part of the regional trail system along the North Saskatchewan River. The Strathcona County Regional Trail portion is 22 kilometers long, and connects the Strathcona Provincial Science Park to Fort Saskatchewan. The entire regional trail system is 88 kilometres, connecting Devon to Sturgeon County.
Funding for this trail has been made possible through contributions by Strathcona County, Trans Canada Trail, River Valley Alliance and Inter Pipeline Ltd.
- View the Regional Trail Map (2.2 MB)
Trail construction information
1. Range Road 232 Permanent link to Range Road 232
#7 on construction map (see link above)
Construction is planned to start July 2019 and will be complete in the summer of 2019.
7M Construction Ltd.
24 hour emergency line: 780-441-6275
2. Petroleum Way Permanent link to Petroleum Way
#8 on construcation map (see link above)
Details on this trail link can be found here.
1. Trans Canada Trail Permanent link to Trans Canada Trail
The Trans Canada Trail is a not-for-profit organization, created in 1992 and its vision is to build the longest and grandest trail in the world.
Strathcona County is contributing to this exciting project and is designing and constructing 14 kms of granular and asphalt trail. Funding for this trail has been made possible through contributions from Strathcona County, Trans Canada Trail, River Valley Alliance as well as Inter Pipeline Ltd.
- For more information on the Trans Canada Trail, visit http://thegreattrail.ca/
2. River Valley Alliance Permanent link to River Valley Alliance
The River Valley Alliance is a not-for-profit corporation involving seven Capital Region municipalities. Its shareholders include the seven municipalities holding lands in the Capital Region North Saskatchewan River Valley:
• Town of Devon
• Parkland County
• Leduc County
• City of Edmonton
• Strathcona County
• City of Fort Saskatchewan
• Sturgeon County
The River Valley Alliance has a compelling vision to connect the 7 member municipalities through a series of foot bridges, trails, boat docks and launches.