Walking Edmonton Commonwealth Walkway2021 | Walterdale Bridge | 4K Canada Virtual Travel Walk Tour

LET’S WALK with me, today we are walking the Edmonton Commonwealth Walkway. It’s supported by The Commonwealth Walkway Trust, Edmonton’s Commonwealth Walkway travels for 10 kilometres through the North Saskatchewan River Valley. It’s a perfect walk to explore Edmonton’s history, Canada’s Commonwealth heritage and the river valley.

This video was shot in June 2021.

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Follow my footsteps:
Timestamps below to guide you through the video.
00:00:00 Commonwealth Walkway
00:01:52 100 Street Funicular
00:04:17 Frederick G. Todd Lookout
00:07:19 Lower Level Bridge
00:12:41 James MacDonald Bridge
00:13:34 Irene Parlby Park
00:26:36 Fire Station
00:28:55 Power Plant
00:30:39 Walterdale Bridge
00:36:12 Queen Elizabeth Park

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Toronto to Vancouver by train: VIA Rail's 'Canadian'

A journey from Toronto to Vancouver by train, across the Shield, over the Prairies and through the Canadian Rockies. Showing the train, sleepers, dining-car, food, dome, ‘Park’ car and the amazing scenery. For schedule, prices & tickets see

We started this journey in New York, taking Amtrak’s ‘Maple Leaf’ from New York to Toronto,

Well, in fact we started at London’s Waterloo station, crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary 2 from Southampton to New York,



A walking tour around the city of Edmonton, capital city of the Province of Alberta, Canada.

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The film chronologically progresses from morning to night, showing daily life around Edmonton.

For those planning on visiting, those who’d like to visit but cannot or those who might be nostalgic and want to re-live their past visits / life there, hopefully this film shall satisfy, time and time again.

Filmed during the summer of 2011.

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Filming Equipment:


– Sony HDR AX2000

Camera Accessories:

– Glidecam HD-4000 hand-held camera stabilization (HDR AX2000)
– Glidecam ‘Smooth Shooter’ body mounted camera stabilization system. (HDR AX2000)
– Sennheiser K6 module + ME66 shotgun microphone capsule.
– Manfrotto 701HDV pro fluid video mini head / 055XB tripod legs.

Editing software:

Sony Vegas Pro