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wandern
3 months ago

Excellent trail reasonably steep uphills in some areas

wandern
4 months ago

The Gem Lakes have beautiful scenery and well maintained trails. There are a few picnic sites if you want to make a fire and roast some weiners. We had a great day!

I walked to Sandy Beach = 13 km in, Grey Owl's Cabin is another 7 km from there. Total trail distance there and back is 40km.

Incredibly well maintained trail; This hike is beautiful and takes you through a number of scenic locations and has a few well equipped campsites (with outhouses) along the way

wandern
4 months ago

Great hike! Very peaceful with scenic views. Well worth it!

wandern
4 months ago

Loved this trail. From start to finish, the hike was moderate with gorgeous views all through out. There are multiple spots to take breaks at. Sit and enjoy the view, it’s a beautiful trail to hike!

wandern
4 months ago

Not bad. One part is a bit tricky just as you are going down to Wellington Park, lots of loose rock and very steep. My 10 year old son slipped and wound up on his back side 3 times. Be careful!

wandern
steinig
4 months ago

I really enjoyed this trail. We basecamped at the first portage(after arriving at trailhead at 2pm) then dayhiked to the end of trail, and back, the following day. Hiker of the year award goes to the guy at the point who gave us freshly caught and cooked northern pike. Delicious. Watch out rocks slippy when wet. Have a back up plan to staking tents as it's rocky, i.e. tie around rock. Backcountry camping and indeed parking at the trailhead is free!(according to our conversation with parks official). If you like mushrooms this trail is impressive. Wish I knew more. A ton of blueberries in late August. Bugs no prob.

Another example of the fine work the Parks Canada staff do to preserve nature in its purest form. I was lucky to hit a windy day, which kept the bugs away. Only found blueberries around the Northend campsite, but ate a lot of raspberries along the trail. Left the trailhead parking lot at 3pm, arriving at 7:30pm and overnighting at the northend,, hiked the 3.8kms to Grey Owl’s cabin in the morning, then hiked out. Probably wouldn’t do that again as you have to keep a steady pace to do it in the day and a half I had available. Ideally, I think I would backpack all my gear to Sandy Beach, overnight, take a day pack to go to grey owls and back the next day, overnight again, then hike out. One would have more time to swim and soak up the solitude!! Highly recommend!

wandern
5 months ago

Beautiful hike. gets a bit slippery if it's raining, make sure to have proper hiking shoes/boots. Stunning views.

wandern
6 months ago

Great trail with some amazing views. Dog-friendly. Bugs were pretty bad, but nothing that bug spray couldn’t fix. Highly recommend!

wandern
käfer
schlammig
6 months ago

We opted to hike out and stay the night at Nut Point. The views and awesome camp site at the end point were definitely worth the slug of a trail. We ended up taking minimal breaks, because we were not able to stop without the bugs getting too bad. Most of the trail is through the forest and was dead calm for most of the time. There were a handful of wet, deep spots that were tricky to navigate on the 2nd half of the trail, and we ended up filling a few boots. There is only 2 places to get fresh one at the end and about half way, at a canoe portage landing. Lots of signs of bear activity, but we didn’t see any on the trail or in the campsite.

wandern
6 months ago

In my opinion this is one of the best short hikes in Saskatchewan. I loved it. The trail is well marked and in great condition. The lakes are beautiful. I would recommend this hike to anyone. Great hike for the whole family. Also there are a couple of nice campsites.

This is a very nice hike along kingsmere lake. There are four nice campgrounds along the way and parts of the hike are on sandy beaches along the way. Make sure you are prepared for bear and bugs.

The authentic prairie landscape was breathtaking. One of the best hiking trails I've experienced.

wandern
7 months ago

This short trail is so so amazing! I went in the fall and the colors were just unreal!

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
8 months ago

Laufen
steinig
8 months ago

Very enjoyable. It’s a quiet escape from the beach activity and crowds when you need it.

wandern
abseits des Weges
steinig
10 months ago

There is a path blocked by some big rocks. If you head up that path there is a great view that overlooks danceland, the entire community and the lake. As well there is a kind of secret path that leads down to Wellington park. Try it out.

Laufen
Thu Jan 03 2019

I lived in LaRonge in the late 80's and this was one of my favorite running trails. I even managed to do a few times without falling down. The trail was well maintained and signed back then but this is no walk in the park and despite being on a peninsula, every so often someone would wander off trail and need help getting back. I do have friends who took mountain bikes out to the end and they posted some excellent photos online not that many years ago.

wandern
Fri Sep 14 2018

Beautiful scenery and the trail was in great condition.

wandern
Wed Sep 05 2018

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

wandern
Fri Aug 31 2018

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.

Fri Aug 24 2018

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

Thu Aug 23 2018

Fun

Mon Aug 20 2018

great hike!

Fri Jul 27 2018

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

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