ECO-TOURISM

The Leduc Region offers robust eco-tourism opportunities for nature
enthusiasts of all ages through its many parks and recreational experiences

Explore the Beaver Hills Biosphere

As a unique natural environment covering 5 counties, this hidden gem is designated as a UNESCO Biosphere. Experience the natural beauty of the Leduc Region with a visit to Beaver Hills Biosphere.


Discover Clifford E. Lee Sanctuary

This 300-acre nature preserve is open to the public year-round and contains marshes, meadows, pine, and aspen woodland. Experience natural paths, boardwalks, numerous viewing points, and an impressive display of various forms of flora and fauna. 


Enjoy the University of Alberta Botanic Garden

Experience Alberta’s largest botanic garden. The U of A Botanic Garden is situated on an attractive rolling landscape of pine trees & large ponds. Enjoy an authentic Japanese garden, attractive floral gardens, collections of native & alpine plants, and ecological reserves.


Discover Unlimited Beauty

With multiple trails and points for river access, the North Saskatchewan River Valley is a great place for hiking or fishing in the Leduc Region.

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