Blackfoot Trail is the longest equestrian trail in Cooking Lake-Blackfoot and in summer, can connect you through to Blackfoot Staging Area. This leg of the Blackfoot trail runs mainly along the park fence line, bordering Elk Island National Park.
Northwest corner of Blackfoot trail (known as J.J. trail) is closed due to beaver activity, flooding and major damage to bridge. Impassible.
The Section from Waskehegan and east of JJ intersection all the way to dynamite lodge is open and cleared.
Caution - wagons and sleighs not recommended on the portion of trail heading north from the staging area along the inner east trail heading toward the the north park boundary. Trail can be narrow and steep.
Advisory- Use caution on Blackfoot Trail between intersections of Running Dog and Baker Springs, carnivore research is being conducted starting May 9th
Blackfoot Trail between intersections of Boundary and North, carnivore research is being conducted starting Oct 21st
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