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This 97 sq km (37.4 sq mi) day-use recreation area offers 150 km (90 mi) of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horse riding, canoeing, and bird and wildlife viewing. 24 km (14.5 mi) east of Sherwood Park on Hwy 16 and Hwy 834, south of Elk Island National Park, call 992-3293 or 922-4676.
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The Muttart is one of the easily recongized parts of Edmonton's
skyline. Just south of the North Saskatchewan River, one can't
help but notice it's four distinct glass pyramids, each hosting it's
The three "static" pyramids are the main attraction. The Tropical Pyramid is full of lush plantlife, a warm and humid escape from Edmonton's cold and dry winters. The Arid Pyramid shows the desert landscapes around the world, including various types of cacti. The Temperate Pyramid is a host of colours, with trees reaching up to touch the more..