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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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Raya and Ashten's Ultimate Adventure! 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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Devon Baete reviewed Mossberry Trail
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HikingMuddy

Besides the lakes the trail was just a prior logging trail turned atv road that had deep muddy ponds to try circle around, likely around 500 or so of them. Ralph Lake looked like a nice spot to camp, we stayed at Mossberry and there was no facility just a fire pit.

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James Wilson reviewed Mossberry Trail
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Hiking
First to Review

I’d rate this a 3.5. More of a quad trail than hiking trail. Great if you need an accessible route but not challenging.

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Jon Doe reviewed Mossberry Lake Trail
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First to Review

Just visited Campsite A in the trail loop. Hike was not very scenic, however the lake was very clean and nice. Your typical Manitoba hike. Campsite had a outdoor portable washroom which was pretty luxurious. Firewood and downed wood debris were plenty for a fire in the firepit provided. Picnic bench was present in the site which was also nice. Perfect place for hammock/tent camping. Could make an excellent snoeshoe hiking trip or ice fishing!

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Michael Anderson reviewed Jumper Plains Trail
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Off Road Driving
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James Wilson reviewed Ralph Lake Trail
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Hiking
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nirav patel reviewed Mossberry Lake Trail
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Hiking
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Valley Trails reviewed George Lake Trail
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Fishing
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Valley Trails reviewed Ralph Lake Trail
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Fishing
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Valley Trails reviewed Mossberry Lake Trail
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Off Road Driving
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Valley Trails reviewed Mossberry Trail
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Off Road Driving
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Valley Trails reviewed Jumper Plains Trail
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Nature trips
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Valley Trails reviewed McKelvey Trail 
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Nature trips