Mustus Lakes First, Second, and Third is a 10 mile loop trail located near Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Saskatchewan, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for bird watching and fishing.

Length10.0 miElevation gain498 ftRoute typeLoop
FishingPaddle sportsBird watchingForestLakeWildlife
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August adventure with hot temperatures but modest wind until the last 4-5 Kms where I was paddling against waves . The approach to second Mustus is well maintained, launch area and a small dock also maintained. Paddling from second to first Mustus there were lots of bulrush/cattail masses but managed to weave around, scooch the kayak over and enter the opening of first Mustus. It’s a very boggy lake at the opening with tons of lily pads and other water flora on the surface. This lake is large, instead of doing the perimeter I went back through the tiny channels, paddled through second and made my way to paddle all around the third. Third Mustus was my favourite. There were tiny beach areas or deadfall where I could pull my kayak into or hang onto and take a break. The channel leading from second to third is wide but shallow. Lots of beaver houses, debris, and I could see the sandy bottom clearly. Today was a very serene paddle. Solitude throughout each lake except for ducks and their ducklings, pelicans, loons and the odd fish jumping. I heard a lot of crackling on some shorelines assuming the deer coming down from the hills for water. The hills on the one shoreline were covered in wildflowers. These are very pretty lakes. Highly recommend.

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Renée Dalpe
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