Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks


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This mostly flat loop trail is just outside the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation. It meanders through a towering aspen poplar forest, with benches to stop, watch and listen for birds. Interpretive signs introduce the secret lives of birds of the boreal forest. In winter, it's a great place to learn and practice cross-country ski skills. Keep an eye out for winter residents like the black capped chickadee, downy woodpecker and pine siskin. There is a gentle slope along one section of trail but the packed gravel trail is accessible to wheelchairs.


Groomed: Feb 28  Track Set: Feb 28

Length:0.6 km
Elevation Profile13 m
Type:Interpretive Trail
SummerHikingInterpretive HikingWheel Chair Accessible
WinterCross Country SkiingSnowshoeing
Trail Map
Trail Report:Trails
Average Grade0%
Surface TypeGravel
Trails  Lesser Slave Lake PP  - All Parks
Updated: Mar 2, 2023