Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Freighter Lakeshore

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Follow an historical travel route used by Indigenous peoples, European settlers, and Klondikers along the lake shore. You can travel all the way from Slave Lake to Marten River or choose a shorter section to explore from one of the many trailheads. This trail is generally flat with footbridges and a few gentle slopes and small hills.

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Partially Closed

A section of the Freighter Lakeshore Trail between the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation and the Lily Creek Group Use area is closed because the bridge over Lily Creek is unsafe and has been closed.

Length:22.1 km
Elevation Profile15 m
Type:Connector Trail
Difficulty
SummerHikingMtn Biking/Cycling
WinterCross Country SkiingSnowshoeing
Trail Map
Trail Report:Trails
Accessibility
Surface TypeNatural,Wood Bridge Deck
Trails  Lesser Slave Lake PP  - All Parks
Updated: Jun 13, 2022