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Hiking

Easy trail with a clear path. Be sure to wear a hat (that won’t blow away), sunscreen and take water. It is all open with no shade. Shows the beautiful rolling hills of Saskatchewan and we were fortunate to come across 2 herds of cows (one literally on the trail in front of us). Love all the interpretative signs along the way. We really took our time and did some photography along the way. Beautiful couple hours !!

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Dawn Theresa reviewed Broken Hills Trail
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Hiking

Did this trail with my 12 year old daughter and camped in the back country. Stunning views, saw at least 6 deer and a coyote. Also found some fossils...as noted in previous reviews, very little shade, bring lots of water. Very nice breeze and almost zero bugs....

Brittney Leigh reviewed Nut Point Trail
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BackpackingBlowdownBugsMuddyNo shadeOver grownRocky

This is not a trail for someone who isn't prepared for an incredible amount if mosquito bites, wet feet and to take their time. Very very buggy. 7 of us went through our entire supply of bug spray (1-2 cans or bottles per person so around 12-14 cans total over 2 days). While a beautiful trail, it is a slog. many of the boardwalks need maintenance, a bog every kilometer or so, multiple steep incline and decline successions one after another and limited access to water. I carried 6L on the way to the point and ran out just about 1K before arriving at the point. I had sumitted 2 mountains the weekend prior to attempting this trail and while I am not the slimmest, fittest or fastest hiker this trail took almost 11 hours to get to the point and damn near broke me. Use caution and be deliberate and methodical with your approach.

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HikingGreat!

Good trail for a quick hike. The Beaver Lake portion of the trail has great tree cover. The Youell Lake portion has much less cover (none in some spots) so I would strongly recommend a wide brimmed hat on a sunny day. The Youell Lake portion also requires you to go through two steel gates, just make sure to follow the signs. Both trails are very well maintained.

Jobn Starratt reviewed Nut Point Trail
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HikingBlowdownBugsMuddy

First time hiking the Canadian Shield. The trail has few wet spots that can challenging but we managed to avoid getting water in our boots. Took seven hours to get to the end where we stayed the night with a total of 14 people, probably the busiest night of the year! We stopped quite often and had a swim at 1/2 way point,( the canoe portage) where 2 picnics tables are located. Quite a few blown down trees on the trail which our son in law sawed and removed as he had no problem going twice as fast as we did. Great in and out to do with a night at the point.

Anthony B. reviewed Ridges and Ravines Trail
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HikingNo shade

Good short loop completed with a 4 year old. Mowed trail for half then gravel. Nice view of park area. No shade. Signs are worn and falling down and could use some work. Easy trail to navigate. Trail ends at different point then start at a main road so not easy to head back with kids. Watch for the poison ivy along the trail edge.

Chase Weir reviewed Nut Point Trail
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Hiking
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Kyra Mazer reviewed Ridges and Ravines Trail
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HikingNo shade

Lovely trail and would recommend but the signage was a bit poor. Most of the trail signs had fallen down, and we ended up at a couple junctions that weren't on the map. One guess at a junction resulted in us basically crossing the map and missing a huge portion of the trail. Hopefully this trail is better maintained in the future. If you turn right rather than left from the parking lot (we turned left) the paths should be easier to follow.

Anshul Saraf reviewed Ermine Trail Loop via Mink Trail
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Hiking

very clean and easily accessible trail. lot of other trails connected to it

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Chase Weir reviewed Gem Lakes
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Hiking
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Hiking

nice trail. easy and multiple route options.

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Md Shahadet Hossain reviewed Echo Lake Trail
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Hiking

1.3 km small trail with a loop

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Sandra MacArthur reviewed Fen Trail
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Hiking

Lovely short trail - nice to see a park ensuring everyone can view some interesting plants (including those that eat bugs). A lovely boardwalk that can be enjoyed by all!

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Private property

This trail, if it goes south of RR 3054, is going on to private land.

Clement Courcy reviewed Broken Hills Trail
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HikingNo shade
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Meghan Molnar reviewed Nut Point Trail
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddyRocky

We hiked this trail in two days, staying overnight at the point, at the end of July. It’s a beautiful area, so you definitely get what you come for in terms of seeing the shield and great landscape. The trail itself was not in the best shape. We counted 26ish sections where there was standing water we needed to try and cross, often ankle deep. It could sometimes be navigated with fallen trees and stepping carefully, but at a few places it was impossible to pass without filling your boots. Our recommendation would be to bring bread bags and wear them over your socks in your shoes so you’re not walking with wet feet the whole trail. Trail was also very up and down for most of the way, so be prepared to sweat. Bugs were bad especially in the evening, so try to either walk when it’s too hot or cool for them, or you may risk looking like you have the chicken pox all over your body. We are not experienced backpackers, but would consider ourselves moderately fit, and the walk took us around 7 hours either way. Walking sticks/aids are a must. Pack the lightest you can. Would recommend staying at the point for more than a night if you’re going to put in the effort of walking all the way out. Didn’t see any bears, but there was definitely some bear poop visible on the trail in certain spots. All in all, an enjoyable experience but definitely a gruelling one. This is no walk in the park.

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Mountain biking
First to Review

Hidden gem! 50 min from Regina. We started at Regina Beach and went as Far East as possible (10km one way) through Lumsden Beach, through about 5 gates, and partway across the breakwater to the spot where an old bridge used to be but now it’s just a waterway. So we turned around and biked the 10km back to Regina beach (20 km round trip). Ate lunch. Then back on the bikes and this time went west of Regina Beach about 4.5 km through some amazing shoreline views, stunning homes, scenic canopy of trees covering the whole trail and again until the trail ended about 4km. Then back another 4km. So 28 km total. Leisurely pace. Whole trail is well cared for. Wide. Scenic views. Flat. Fun. It’s a former CNRail railway bed so packed and wide. Definitely recommended.

Christall B. reviewed Echo Lake Trail
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Hiking

Really nice trails, the signage is really pool so I was glad to have this app.

Ashlee Greyeyes reviewed Waskesiu River Trail
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