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Darcy Bartlett reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Lindsay Zalizniak reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Julie Navitka reviewed Mossberry Trail
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Mountain biking

Although we still had fun, as the last review state, there were MANY spots where we had to dismount to avoid very large, deep mud holes. We even had to bushwhack a little and cross a beaver dam (not easy with bikes). Be prepared to get very muddy and be okay with wet feet!

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Rachel Morris reviewed Falcon South Shore Trail
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Tamara & Kevin Murray reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Hiking

Good trail that starts with trees making a tunnel over you. It then opens up to a marshy area that isn't too muddy if you stay on the path. After that, you walk in a forest of poplars and birch over the start of the canadian shield. There are a few ups and downs but the trail is easy. When you arrive at the lake, the are two rope assisted scrambles, one up and one down. After the scramble, you are at the end of the trail. The lake is nice but a little murky. There is a fire pit if you want to have a fire and cook some food. Over all, a nice hike. A little tough in about three spots, but very brief.

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Gabriel P reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Tanya Corneau reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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WalkingGreat!

It was a beautiful walk. The recent winds have felled a tree close to the rapids that partially obstruct the path, but it was easy enough to get around it. The walk itself was very peaceful. The bridge was so beautiful!

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Cantrans Containers reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Kylie Bard reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Hiking

Easy! But still able to get the heart rate up. Fun rock climbing at the end with the rope. Trail is muddy!

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W Penner reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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HikingGreat!

nice trail through dense bush at times and rocky terrain. Liked the diversity of the trail. Lots of up and downs. Went September long weekend so there were no bugs at all. It was a very windy day but sheltered in the trail. Only negatives were the dilapidated boardwalk through swampy area, a few muddy patches and dangerous rope to get up rock face at end of trail. The trail had a nice length of 3km each way and took us 2.5 hours to complete after having a break on top of the rock/cliff.

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Brittany Thiessen reviewed Spray Lake Trail
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HikingBlowdownGreat!

The Spray Lake Trail is a 3.5 km hike located about 20 minutes north of Blue Lake in Duck Mountain. It was a beautiful and quiet trail! It started off by following along the edge of Spray Lake before entering the forest. It was nicely shaded and there was lots of moss along the ground and on the trees. The trail arrived at a junction and you continue to the left. There were some nice views of the lake on a small peninsula. The trail formed a loop and continued back through the pretty forest back to the parking lot. It was lovely and I had the whole trail to myself. The trail had lots of ups and downs including some steep climbs and descents. There were plenty of tree roots along the path and lots of fallen trees to navigate (climbing over or crawling under). I didn’t see any signs of bears or other animals. There were no bugs so it was very pleasant. I would rate this trail as moderately difficult. There was an outhouse at the trailhead. I really enjoyed this hike! The inclines and declines added a bit of workout which was nice too.

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Diane Delaronde reviewed Falcon South Shore Trail
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Hiking

This was a long easy trail to hike. I enjoyed it all! All the blueberries were gone. There were many people on bikes. Halfway through there is a great place to sit by the lake. Make sure to take time to sit and enjoy that for a bit.

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Amanda Faraci reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

Loved the falls....elevation was nice!

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William Anderson reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Hiking

A nice trail into a beautiful lake. Some terrain is varied making for an interesting hike. Signage could be improved in a couple of spots, and the boardwalk near the start needs to be repaired In spots, however generally the trail is in good shape.

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Jeremy Kuffner reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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A really awesome trail with varying terrain. From the train track crossing and the creek, to the rocky hills, to the steep descents at the end this trail has a lot to offer. The end can be quite challenging but offers a nice spot to view the lake.

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Likes To Hike reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

Was a great trail for families - not challenging at all. Very well groomed, felt like walking a park path. We are more used to the rugged terrain so this was a nice change! Nice that the trail ends alone Nutimik Lake and a great view of Sturgeon Falls. Also saw a woodpecker!

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J. Martin reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Dislikes -.30km into the trail I'd say is overgrown and too bushy. -Not well marked going in, I took two wrong turns. -Cobwebs Likes -Terrain is rugged and elevated which makes it challenging and keeps you alert. Hiking shoes/boots are recommended -Outhouse at the start of the trail -Clean picnic tables -End of the trail Close to the end, there is a rocky hill you have to climb up and down and there is rope to help you with your balance if you need it. At the end there is a fire pit and the scenery at the end is fantastic! And peaceful! You have a great view of Bear Lake and everything around.

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J. Martin reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Dayna Goudie reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Nature tripsBugs

The trail was well groomed and had beautiful views of lake Nutimik up the hills. Narrow spots on trails made social distancing impossible, lots of rude people almost knocking me and my very small children over. Cleaned up quite a bit of juice boxes and water bottles on the way out, otherwise it was well worth the long walk for the little ones. Gorgeous flat rocks to sit on and rapids to watch while having our lunch. Saw 2 bald eagles and a few hawks.

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Ray and Ash Ultimate Adventures! reviewed Jumper Plains Trail
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Walking
First to Review

Make sure you get pro, as the trail is unmarked and no service. Don’t know if we came out on the right trail, but the fact that we’re still alive is amazing. So much bear poop. We attribute our survival to Beyoncé and Brittany Spears. We started this journey blinded by optimism with hopes of getting a few cute pictures for the insta and to get back in time for boating. We drove an hour away from our campsite to this hike, forgetting to tell anybody where we had gone. FIRST MISTAKE. The hike at first was lovely. It wasn’t maintained but it gave it an earthy and ethereal feel. We were happy. Joyful. We had no comprehension of the pain we were about to endure. We arrived at the river about five km in. It was beautiful! We rested our feet and had some snacks. However, the blisters had started to form on the backs of Ashten and Raya’s feet due to brand new hiking boots. SECOND MISTAKE. About 8 km in, Raya takes off her boots and walks barefoot, feet slapping in her wet socks as she trudged on amongst the underbrush covered in ticks and mosquito bites. Despite there being NO RAIN in the forecast, it started raining at 9km. At about 10km we took a wrong turn and found ourselves lost. No service. No idea of where we were. Just the soothing tunes of Beyoncé singing “Drunk in Love” gave us the motivation to keep going. The four of us young, scrawny, lanky, female teenagers started knocking on the doors to abandoned hunting cabins, just like the beginning of a horror movie. However, due to Lee Anne’s astute sense of direction and orienteering skillz, we managed to avoid the imposing and foreboding HUGE tarped gated area and walked along the fence for the remaining km. We found the road back and Lee Anne ran ahead to retrieve the vehicle because she is super woman. Never before had I cried so many tears of joy at the sight of a Subaru crosstrek (would have bought a Lambo, but I’m not quite there yet). We were sobbing, soaked to the skin, and drove home. Overall, had a fun? time? Would recommend having more then absolutely no experience before attempting this hike.

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Tonya M reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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HikingGreat!

I enjoyed this trail a lot! Definitely bring bug spray. We didn’t want to stop at all in the wooded areas because there were a ton of mosquitoes. At the end of the trail, you’ll see a small bay, and there are some tall, steep rocks to climb to get to the very end. I’m a heavier (~220 lbs) and kind of short person and I didn’t know if I could get past it, but was able to climb it. There is also some rope to help you get past those three climbs. But once you get past that, there is a great area to relax! There is a fire pit with a grill and some logs to sit on. It’s also really close to the water, and it was easy to get in and out of the water for a quick swim(use the rocks)! That was the best part of it for me

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Elizabeth Rzeszutek reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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Really beautiful! Bushy for the first kilometre but gets rockier. Wear pants, bring bug spray, and lots of water!

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Sarah Marcotte reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

Very easy, well made trail. Perfect for an afternoon stroll, with kids. Not a hike though.

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Shayla Heidinger reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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It was a nice trail. There was a bit of wet mud every once in awhile but otherwise pretty dry. 3km in and out felt like a very quick hike.

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Gabriel P reviewed Bear Lake Hiking Trail
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