Chance to explore Edmonton's wintry wonderland by Segway
Thorough training on handling your personal transporter
Scenic glide through North America's largest urban parkland
Learn about Edmonton's culture and history
Smooth ride along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided Segway tour in Edmonton
Segway and helmet rental
Segway operator's licence
Know Before You Book
Children aged 13 and younger are not allowed.
You must weigh between 60 and 250 pounds (30–113 kg).
At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place
Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Explore Edmonton's parks and riverside trails on a Segway, a speedy modern personal transporter that lets you cover more ground than you might on foot. Spend some time getting a handle on how the Segway works, and then put your skills to work as you roll around beautiful Louise McKinney Park.
Your adventure begins in the heart of Louise McKinney Park, where you're introduced to the basics of handling and manoeuvring a fun and futuristic Segway. Get an in-depth training in all the skills that you need, such as emergency stops, mounting and dismounting, the safety shut-down, the speed limiter, going up and down hills, avoiding obstacles and hazards, and trail etiquette.
Once you're comfortable, cruise off beyond your guide along the extensive network of trails that wind through the park. Glide alongside the calm, meandering waters of the North Saskatchewan River, whose interconnected parks system is the largest in North America. Soak in the magic of Edmonton's wintertime scenery, and end your outing having earned a Segway operator's licence that lets you skip the training on future Segway rides with the same tour operator.