Welcome to Weaselhead Flats! The City of Calgary writes, "Weaselhead Flats lay at the mouth of the Elbow River in the southwest part of the city. The park was created in the early 1980s and occupies about 237 hectares. The origin of the name is uncertain but it is likely named after the Tsuu T'ina Chief Weaselhead who was in power at the time of European contact." This gorgeous park is a protected nature sanctuary and a favorite for those wanting a quiet, peaceful walk through the wildness.
Read more about it on its webpage here!
(Photo Courtesy of Trip Advisor)