The purpose of the walk is to explore the northern portion of RiverStone including the existing open lands between it & the University of Lethbridge. Topics that may be discussed as a group: Formation of the coulees; Planning concept for RiverStone; Walkability; Wildlife Observation; History of University – Architectural Design; Neighbourhood Meeting Places & Recreation; Neighbourhood Services including Stormwater Management, Transit, Shelters and Commercial Development; Why & how we got to live in RiverStone and/or attend/teach at the University and anything anyone would like to raise.
General Path: Walk southerly through William Pearce Park, left on RiverPark Blvd. W; east on Grand River Blvd W to the Stonehaven Dry Pond, north on Pathway around StoneCrest Point to Coulee Viewpoint, westerly to the unnamed Dry Pond, and northerly to the University of Lethbridge by Rattlesnake Corner. Onward through to Tim Horton’s at the U of L Athletics Complex…coffee break if open, Tour of Campus with Devin – return to RiverStone through the Sports fields to RiverStone Blvd W, return to start point River Green Road W & St. Patrick’s. Open to all including non-residents, students, mobile individuals & their friendly dogs on leash!