Category Archives: Recreation

Local cyclists hit bike paths this winter Year-round commuters find lanes essential during winter

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

Enjoy a Fun Road Trip in Alberta Different routes give travellers plenty to see

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

Continue reading Enjoy a Fun Road Trip in Alberta Different routes give travellers plenty to see

Breaking out the board games for good fun Board games provide hours of social entertainment

Board games are a great way to spend time with family and friends. Although many of us grew up playing classic games like Monopoly or chess, there are seemingly endless options now, with board games more popular than ever. Check out some favourite games and places to play them from Rat Creek Press contributors. If you need people to play with or want to try out new games, check out GOBfest, Edmonton’s Board Gaming Convention on April 8 & 9 at Alberta Avenue Community Centre. Find out more: gobfest.ca. Continue reading Breaking out the board games for good fun Board games provide hours of social entertainment