Jack Lake Trail is a 11.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Division No. 20, Manitoba, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for fishing and is best used from November until March. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length11.7 miElevation gain1,013 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Jack Lake is a moderately sized lake (~73ha) located in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park. The lake is located on an offshoot trail along the Mossberry Lake ATV trail, which is minimally maintained by Manitoba Parks. Because this portion of the trail is not-maintained, ATV access is prohibited. Because of this, the lake is most commonly accessed by snowmobile in the winter months. Jack Lake is home to a very strong northern pike population.

Manitoba Sustainable Development - Parks and Protected Spaces Branch 1 (204) 734-3429 Swan Valley Chamber of Commerce - Tourism Centre 1 (204) 734-3102

In the winter months Jack Lake has been described by locals as one of the most consistently good pike fisheries. A great place to take young anglers in the winter months where you will almost always have the lake all to yourselves.

The most commonly used trailhead is also known as the Mossberry Trail, or Designate Route N is located approximately 2km north of Blue Lakes Resort off PR 366.

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