For some cyclists, winter is simply another season on the road.
With Edmonton’s network of bike routes, shared use/multi-use pathways, and separated bike lanes, cycling is picking up, especially with the opening of the downtown bike grid this past June. Continue reading Local cyclists hit bike paths this winter Year-round commuters find lanes essential during winter
Cycling in the winter may seem precarious and even dangerous, but with proper precautions, it can be rewarding, fun, and a simple way to get around town. Continue reading Cycling with confidence throughout the year Important tips to prepare for cycling during the winter
I love the dog days of summer, those hot sultry days typically from mid-July to the middle or end of August. Continue reading Embracing the peaceful dog days of summer Getting outdoors and enjoying all that life has to offer
Whether you want to try a new form of dance or practice a form you already love, our neighbourhoods offer a great selection. Continue reading Local dance: from Renaissance to hip hop Take your pick on how you want to move to the music
Summer in Alberta is perfect for road trips. My travels have taken me north to the “Mighty Peace” and south to Waterton Lakes National Park. Here are a few gems along the way. Plan a route and make hotel or camping reservations before you go