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Labyrinth Park

104 Street and 97 Avenue | To the right of Firemans Pit Road, 250 meters to parking lot on edge of park., Grande Cache, Alberta T0E 0Y0, Canada
+1 780-827-5099
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Peaceful with gorgeous views

The views from the park are stunning and what a beautiful place to meditate and just relax and... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2017
757myronh
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Grande Cache, Canada
Peaceful

Visiting the area from Ontario and found this little gem surrounded by gorgeous views. If I lived... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2016
Joan L L
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Ottawa, Canada
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Open to visitors year round, this wellness inspired park is situated on a plateau with a phenomenal 360o view of the Smokey River Valley and surrounding mountains.At our Labyrinths centre, a rare natural echo surrounds you. It is most noticeable when facing North-East, but likes to move around.For thousands of years different cultures around the world have walked Labyrinths for different purposes. In the present they are regaining popularity, being used for health promotion, meditation, and stress relief, being among the most common uses.The possibilities are as endless as the walker’s experiences are fascinating.Give yourself the gift of time, and “Take the Journey”.Guided tours may be available upon request, please contact.
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17 Jan 2017
“Peaceful with gorgeous views”
17 Oct 2016
“Peaceful”
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104 Street and 97 Avenue | To the right of Firemans Pit Road, 250 meters to parking lot on edge of park., Grande Cache, Alberta T0E 0Y0, Canada
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Reviewed 17 January 2017

The views from the park are stunning and what a beautiful place to meditate and just relax and enjoy the outdoors

Thank 757myronh
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Visiting the area from Ontario and found this little gem surrounded by gorgeous views. If I lived here...I would certainly come often. Completely unspoiled.

Thank Joan L L
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

The Rock labyrinth is such a magical place. The views are absolutely breathtaking. I love coming here alone and with my family.

Thank Jennydyousee
Reviewed 28 August 2016

We stumbled upon this unexpected delight during a road trip of Southwest Canada/Northwest USA a few years ago. I have created an 11 metre labyrinth at home myself, but this one was spectacular. Very sizeable, made of white/pale almost glistening local rocks, and, when we...More

Thank linnie l
Reviewed 15 June 2016

Beautiful setting! Lovely activity for anyone, young or old! Well worth a visit and should be celebrated much more than it is!

Thank Tina Q
Reviewed 28 December 2015

A Labyrinth is no great masterwork. It is a series of rocks, carefully placed on the ground, in a fixed pattern. But this one is really nice. It is a sensational location overlooking the valley and the mountains. Walking around the maze is peaceful and...More

Thank WhitehorseVancouver
Reviewed 19 October 2015 via mobile

Beautiful and relaxing area. The mountain views are breathtaking and the labyrinth itself is a wonderful way to connect with yourself and to self reflect.

Thank Salmon S
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Well it does have a beautiful view. Then again, anywhere in Grande Cache has similar views. A mediocre display and a waste of time.

Thank John J
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Glad to see people don't wreck everything. My daughter and I walked the labyrinth today. Very quiet & beautiful spot. Great views. It is what it is but if you read the rocks you will understand more about what it means. Took lots of pictures.

Thank kathykaplar
Reviewed 4 March 2015

For the man below me, The labyrinth isn't supposed to Have any dead ends, just walk it. That's the point, just walk it. And then walk out of it, the same way you went in, though it's obvious where you need to go.

3  Thank Riley B
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