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Shanna Foster reviewed Copper Island Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful hike! Going to the left is definitely the way to go if you want a more challenging hike. If you want more of a gradual climb start on the trail to the right. Worth the climb!

Anne Smith reviewed Copper Island Trail
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Hiking

This is a very well maintained trail with some amazing views of Shuswap Lake. There is some elevation but with views as a reward. My recording included stopping to chat with others, and admiring the views.

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Laura Lafreniere reviewed Oakfield Provincial Park Trail
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April Janes-Gavel reviewed Blow Me Down Brook Trail
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Jenny M reviewed Hopewell Cape
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Nature tripsGreat!Muddy

Go when low tied and park opening time coincide if you can.

Marriam Tariq reviewed Emerald Lake Loop
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Walking

Easy hike, with very different views on both sides of the lake! Beautiful

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WalkingGreat!No shade

Great walking area that is super quiet and has many deer to look at. However take in mind that a lot of the walk is unshaded so wear sunscreen if you’re planning on doing a long walk on a sunny day.

nathalia galvis reviewed Dalewood Reservoir Trail
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Hiking

Well maintained! Excellent hike

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Jenny Ridge reviewed Sand River Trail
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HikingGreat!

Classic LSPP hike. Nice spot for a quick hike in and a snack by the falls.

Mark Lutley reviewed Mill Pond Conservation Area
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Hiking

Really beautiful place. Great trail and area to swim.

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A nice little park for camping, hiking boats and cross country skiing. I got sand fleas on beach while on sand with bare feet. Not great for swimming but nice trails and picnic areas. campsites are nice.

Lisa Gerard reviewed Moraine Lake Paddle Route
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Paddle sportsGreat!

Magnificent paddle board lake

Robin Bryce reviewed Dalewood Reservoir Trail
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Hiking

We loved hiking this loop! Nice sights, relatively quiet and a relatively good challenge. Definitely recommend.

Colleen Frellick reviewed Pollett’s Cove
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BackpackingOver grownRockyScramble

Loved this hike! Pollett’s Cove is paradise. I can’t wait to go back again and stay two nights instead of one. The hike can be tricky at times with very steep drops. Having a walking stick really helped with the inclines and declines. I would not suggest doing this if it has rained or is calling for rain because it would be treacherous.

Wendy Innes MacIsaac reviewed Emerald Lake Loop
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HikingGreat!

Get there early as parking lot fills up. We did this trail later in the afternoon and had to park about a km down the road. Even though there were tons of cars the trail wasn’t busy I think a lot of people just come to check out the lake and don’t walk the loop. Very nice easy hike with minimal elevation changes. The west side was super dry the east side is the shady side and was a bit wetter and muddy in spots. Overall trail was in great condition. The views of the lake are so pretty. It’s like Lake Louise without the crowds.

Bryan Fryday reviewed Pollett’s Cove
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HikingGreat!
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Terry Gall reviewed McConnell Lake Trail
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Andrew C. reviewed Emerald Lake Loop
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Conor MacGillivray reviewed Brule Trail
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Wendy Keddie reviewed Athabasca Lookout Trail
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Hiking

We hiked from Jarvis lake campground 1st part of hike easy road trail and then be warned once you turn into the trees at the Athabasca look out trailhead it is 2.5km straight uphill. Very challenging for us but we are beginners. Overall great hime with some Awesome views. Was very rewarding Glad we did it.

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Hany Huh reviewed Sand River Trail
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Hiking

Absolutely amazing trail, with spectacular views of many waterfalls, as well as the sand river itself.

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Brandy Johnston reviewed Oakfield Provincial Park Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful

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Kate Payette reviewed Nut Point Trail
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Did this trail solo a few days ago (early August) started at about 0630 the first morning from camp to beat the heat and made it to the point by 1030, explored, swam, relaxed and cowboy camped (recommend) at the point. Started early again the following morning. If you think your gonna do a back country trail and not get wet feet you may be disappointed on this one. Bugs weren't too bad at this time. Water sources were minimal the first 8km of the trail. Carried 3L and was fine, filled up at the first camp, swam and was good from there. Some of the boardwalks are falling apart but the park is aware and fixing fall of 2020. 10/10 for views and a fun hike along the Canadian shield!

Mathew Himmelman reviewed Pollett’s Cove
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