Beaver Lake Trail in Saskatchewan’s Moose Mountain Provincial Park
July 11, 2017 | Paul Cutting
The Beaver Lake Trail is wide and well groomed.
Family portrait attempt at a clearing overlooking Beaver Lake.
Interpretive signs were in good shape and unobstructed.
Some of the nice flowers along the trail.
We enjoyed joking that this was a giant beaver damn.
Well groomed and maintained trail. Echo is doing great.
V takes a turn walking Echo along the shore of Beaver Lake.
Time for a break. This bench is placed roughly at the half way point of the hike. There was a garbage can
here as well for any ‘waste’ you or your hiking companions may generate. Pick some trash up along the way if
you see any.
More of the beautiful flowers you can find along the Beaver Lake Trail.
A small creek runs from a beaver damn across the trail into Beaver Lake.
Cam watches V and Echo hike the trail with ease. Beaver Lake is on the left.
More of the signage along the trail.
Echo loved trying to eat these flowers and there were many along the trail.
Everyone is still going strong at just over 3km into the trail.
More flowers that decorate the trail. V enjoyed picking these and tickling us with them.
Birch trees are easily spotted in the forest and are a great tree to teach your kids about.
V enjoyed feeling the fungi, lichen and bark on the trees.
Here is the elevation profile of the Beaver Lake Trail in Moose Mountain Provincial Park.
We recorded 21m of elevation gain and 16 m of elevation loss.
A satellite image of where the Beaver Lake Trail runs.
This blog post was written by STA Trail Ambassador Paul Cutting. Thank you so much for sharing your adventures with us, Paul! If you would like to see Paul’s past adventures visit his website, or check out his Instagram or Twitter!