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Journey through time during this 1.5-hour Prairie city bus tour. Discover when Edmonton was a fur trading fort and when Edmonton began to grow with the use of coal. Continue all the way to present day Edmonton, which is considered to be the powerhouse of the petroleum industry. Learn about the cities growth in relation to the railroad expansion and uncover both the workmanlike and polished parts of the city. This tour will highlight Chinatown, Little Italy, Highlands, Anthony Henday, French District, Cloverdale, and much more. Choose from one of five departure times when you book.
On this 90-minute Segway tour of Edmonton, Alberta, you will receive in-depth training from a certified Segway trainer. After the training, get ready for the experience of a lifetime as you ride through Edmonton’s world famous river valley.
CAN YOU SURVIVE THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE?Zombie Scavengers leads you into the city to collect supplies to survive during this interactive scavenger game.With the whole world in chaos and zombies outnumbering the living 10 to 1, small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. Using your smartphone, your team will be tasked with scavenging the city for food, supplies, weapons, and shelter. The more things you find, the more points you get and more likely you are to survive. Along the way, you will be asked to do a challenge or answer a trivia question in order to be rewarded virtual weapons to ward off the zombies. The area is crawling with relentless zombies, and rival colonies are moving in. If you get too relaxed, rival colonies will take what you worked hard to find. The goal is to find all of the items in hopes that you will survive the zombie apocalypse.
Before your trip, you email us with your interests. We customize an itinerary just for you. So we know ahead of time where to take you. You are personally picked up at your arrival airport or hotel. Then we drive you to attractions that you like. You can stay as long as you like at any stop along the way. And when you're ready, you will be taken back to your hotel or wherever you want to be dropped off.So you aren't with a group of strangers. Just you alone or accompanied by your friends, family, spouse or co-workers. So this is a customized tour - tailored to your specific interests.
We are proud to be the first to market Pedelec(ebike)tours in North America. A World Class Pedelec Bicycle Tour operated by Revolution Cycle in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.A pedelec (from pedal electric cycle) is a bicycle where the rider’s pedaling is assisted by a small electric motor; thus they are a type of low-powered e-bike. However, unlike some other types of e-bikes, pedelecs are classified as conventional bicycles in many countries by road authorities rather than as a type of electric moped. Pedelecs include an electronic controller which cuts power to the motor when the rider is not pedaling or when a certain speed (in Canada 32 km/h (20 MPH)) has been reached. Pedelecs are useful for people who ride in hilly areas or in strong headwinds. A pedelec can be any style of bicycle, but a pedelec city bike is very common.
MUST be an experienced rider to participate in this adventure! if not no worries, just be SURE to book a clinic with us beforehand.Your 2 hour Segway Adventure departs from the RVAC headquarters in beautiful Louise McKinney Park on the banks of the North Saskatchewan river. As we explore North America’s largest urban parkland including the Trans Canada Trail we will glide along the riverfront and then ascend up over 200 feet out of the river valley and onto the banks of downtown Edmonton. The view includes downtown, the quarters, ice district, Rogers place, neon sign museum, heritage trail, Alberta Legislature grounds and building. We'll even stop to eat some delicious Pinocchio Gelato on us! See the historic original site marking Edmonton’s birthplace along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. See the lights of the grand Walterdale bridge as you cruise back into the river valley finishing back at RVAC headquarters in Louise McKinney riverfront park.