Exploring Edmonton: Wandering Downtown YEG

Sometimes I really can’t believe that I’m a born and raised Edmontonian. For all the years I’ve lived around the city, I really haven’t spent much time exploring Edmonton.

Downtown Edmonton river valley north side, Canadian fall outfit

These days, whenever I get the travel bug, I try to go downtown and wander. I used to complain far too much about what a boring city Edmonton is. And while the winter months may be long, there’s really no excuse to get out and see what Edmonton has to offer.

Walking along the Promenade in Edmonton wearing a classic trench coat

If you’ve missed any of my recent blogs, here are some other posts focused on exploring Edmonton: 

Some new little spots I’ve discovered to be quite photo-worthy (or walk-worthy if you don’t always have a camera in your hand like I do) are the Promenade and the outside of the Shaw Conference Centre.

I mean, look at these views: 

view from the Shaw conference center in Downtown Edmonton of the North Saskatchewan river
the Promenade in Downtown Edmonton on 100th Ave.
Walking along the Promenade in Edmonton, Alberta dressed in my favourite London Fog jacket.
Shaw Conference Centre flags in Edmonton AB wearing a cozy fall outfit with a sherpa lined jacket
Frozen snow-covered benches along the Promenade in  Downtown Edmonton, Alberta
Downtown Edmonton at the Shaw Conference centre wearing a leather belt and sherpa lined jacket

Maybe Edmonton doesn’t have enough things to do to last a lifetime like London or NYC, but I do believe it is a missed tourist opportunity for those who’ve never heard about the City of Champions (And yes that is our unofficial slogan). 

Are there any other scenic places I should check out in Edmonton?

Shop my style: sherpa-lined suede bomber (similar) – classic jeans 1 and 2leather belt – handbag (old, no dupes) – green sweater – cream top (old) – watch – ankle boots – flats (old)

Downtown Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre stairs wearing fall outfit

2 Comments

  1. Terry Huebert
    May 31, 2019 / 7:22 pm

    Are you related to Al Kittlitz? Say hello for me, an old junior high friend.
    Terry Huebert

    • catekittlitz
      Author
      June 5, 2019 / 5:00 pm

      I don’t believe so! There are surprisingly a lot of us Kittlitz’ 🙂

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