Uplands was developed from the 1980s to the present, and runs from 13 St N to 28 St N, and from 26 Ave N up to the border of the Blackwolf community at Lynx Terrace N. Uplands is home to several parks including Chinook Park (which features Chinook Lake), Bluefox Park, Cougar Park, Lynx Park, and Kodiak Park. It also backs on to the site of the future Lethbridge North Regional Park. The Lethbridge Sports Park lies on the eastern border of Uplands. Commercial developments offering restaurants, gas and convenience stores, grocery, and retail stores can be found on both the southern and eastern borders of Uplands.
Chinook Lake Park
Chinook Lake Park is a beautiful community park located in the heart of Uplands. The park is nestled in a residential neighbourhood with great walking and street access from a variety of locations.
North Side Attractions
North Lethbridge is the smallest side of town but bustling with employment, shopping and outdoor activities. In addition to offering some of the lowest rent prices throughout the city it has many outdoor facilities as well as an abundance of big box retail stores.
Situated in the South West corner of Alberta with a beautiful coulee and river bottom separating the city in half. Connecting the two parts of the city is the iconic High Level Bridge. This super-sunny city has a massive urban parks system thanks to a ravine created by the local river. Warm Chinook winds keep winter temperatures on the mild side.
High Level Bridge
The Lethbridge Viaduct, commonly known as the High Level Bridge, was constructed between 1907–1909 at Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada at a cost of $1,334,525.