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Short trail. Great views of the prairies

hiking
8 days ago

Beautiful scenery and the trail was in great condition.

Great trail for the family. See lots in a short hike.

Nice trail that's a short drive from Saskatoon. There are numerous trails not just the Ebs Trail which range from 5km to 13km. The trails aren't maintained but are clearly marked and easy to follow. Good for quick family hikes if you live in the area or dont have the time to get to Waskesui

trail running
14 days ago

I came to Saskatoon for work. Ran 6miles around the river at sunrise. Easy walk to any point of the trail from most downtown hotels which was great. Great houses to look at, intertwined with trails, pavement and bridges. Got a great view of a hot air balloon. Some hills and straight away so you get a good run!

While easy to follow, the trail is a little bit overgrown. There is little scenic reward and the spring itself is not remarkable and not easy to view either.

This is a fairly long a difficult trail relative to the scenic reward. One option would be to just climb to the viewing tower and then return, but the views from the ridge top over Anglin Lake and across the valley are worth seeing.

hiking
15 days ago

This is a beautiful trail with great views along the shore of Waskesiu Lake, and then an interesting section along the creek with lots of evidence of beaver activity. Some of the information in the brochure is out of date, as the beavers have moved their house.

hiking
15 days ago

The boardwalk section is a wonderful scenic walk along the river, with lots of great vantage points for viewing the river and its abundant bird life. The loop through the forest is less interesting.

hiking
15 days ago

A pleasant walk in the woods; well-marked and well-maintained.

hiking
15 days ago

The boundary bog trail provides a couple of easy climbs and goes through a number of different environments over a relatively short distance. The interpretive brochure is informative and well-written.

trail running
16 days ago

50kms of pristine rugged trail. Love it out here. What a gem!

Nicely groomed trails. Beautiful!

hiking
18 days ago

Great short hike with a variety of terrain. close to the core area so you can get an ice cream after the hike.

A great family trail

hiking
20 days ago

This trail is actually a loop. The quiet of the morning is a wonderful time to visit. Very steep climbs are encountered on the return leg, making parts of the trail more difficult than moderate.

hiking
21 days ago

hiking
22 days ago

This trail takes you through some native prairie on the top of the Cypress Hills. There are some spectacular viewpoints to the west end. Parts of the hike pass through active pastureland, so close encounters with cattle are certainly possible. Recommended to hike early or late in the day, to avoid the scorching prairie heat. Late day excursions offer some pretty spectacular sunsets.

hiking
22 days ago

This trail is a short easy hike near the Cypress Hills town site. Parts of it are paved and heavily trafficked, while others diverge from the main path, where you can find a bit more solitude.

29 days ago

Amazing views. Great for camping. One of my favourite places ♥️

Fun

great hike!

road biking
1 month ago

A pretty easy ride, I did about a 9 mile loop. The old train bridge was fun to cross.

went on guided hike with carmen. great experience. I'd definitely do it again.

Just completed this trail yesterday. Not a bad little trail. Great signage and easy to follow. Lots of other hikes to do in this location that are not listed on AllTrails.

1 month ago

An easy hike with a few places of elevation gain. The lakes are beautiful!

Lots of bushwhacking in an unmaintained trail. Took about 5 hours with a few breaks. However, the end at Nut Point was beautiful to camp at overnight! Serene waters and lots of forest. Because the trail was unideal, we caught a boat back to La Ronge instead of taking the return trip.

A great hike for the whole family. In the evening there is a good chance to see moose, deer, elk and other wildlife.

A great short hike in the provincial park.

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