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SUV Rental in Edmonton
The vast open spaces of Canada seem to beckon for an SUV rental, but the shopping in Edmonton, Alberta calls for lots of cargo space as well. You can load up a full-size SUV with lots of packages you pick up at West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping mall in North America. Then when you’re ready for some outdoor adventure, your SUV rental is there for a fun trip canoeing down the North Saskatchewan river or a fishing charter on one of the many ponds and river. A 7-passenger SUV or 8-passenger SUV rental is great for family vacations or business trips or whomever you may bring with you.
When you rent an SUV in Edmonton at the International Airport, your vehicle pickup is easy and convenient. Save yourself time and hassle by reserving a standard SUV and picking it up when you arrive at the Edmonton International Airport. Fewer worries, more fun.
Luxury SUV: Cadillac Escalade or similar luxury SUV.
Top Outdoor Destinations in Edmonton, Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta is a wonderful city, surrounded by the awe-inspiring wilds that Mother Nature has provided. Rent an SUV in Edmonton and get access to some of the most breathtaking scenery with plenty of room for any gear you may need. See the great outdoors in your SUV rental and check out these exciting activities:
Victoria Park Iceway: An outdoor ice skating trail.
William Hawrelak Park: Trails for cross country skiing.
4 Day Bicycle Tour: Bike through the Canadian Rockies with Mountain Madness Tours
Central River Valley Trail Map: Follow trails along the North Saskatchewan River.