Address: View on map Lac La Ronge Provincial Park Location: La Ronge and area.
The La Ronge area boasts 14 main trails, with several of the trails broken down into smaller segments, making this region an excellent place for people of all ages and abilities to get out and enjoy the trails.The La Ronge Avenue Lane (7.25km) features four smaller pathways that are designed for beginner and intermediate walkers and cyclists. The JRMCC Connector (3.8km) is also a walking and snowshoeing trail for inexperienced and moderately skilled users. The Old Town Air Ronge loops (3.3km) also provide excellent opportunities for beginner walkers and cyclists. The town of La Ronge trail loops (12.25km) offer easy to intermediate level walking and cycling paths.The Montreal River Trail (4km) is a beginner and intermediate walking and snowshoeing pathway, however, it is not as well-maintained as some of the trails in the area. Inexperienced individuals can try snowshoeing and hiking the scenic Nemeiben Lake Interpretive Trail (1.5km). The trailhead is located at the Nemeiben Lake campground boat launch. Another interesting and scenic option is the Nipekamew Sand Cliffs trail (1.5km). This protected site is located approximately 60km SE of La Ronge via Hwys 2 and 265. Follow the road S on the W side of the river for 1.2km to the trailhead parking area. A beautiful hiking trail for beginner to intermediate hikers - the Devil Lake Hiking Trail (2.5km) - can be found along the shores of Devil Lake connecting the Churchill River and Devil Lake Campgrounds in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park. Allow 1 to 2 hours to hike one way and be prepared for some rugged sections.The most difficult walking and hiking trails are located along the Nut Point Trail (30km) and the trail N of Vander-Kracht Park (2.75km). The Nut Point Trail is well-groomed and marked; however, a compass or GPS will help guide you through the area, which features a couple of canoe portages. Camping is allowed along the trail, but there are no marked campsites or facilities for users. The trail N of Vander-Kracht Park is a narrow, more difficult trail that is designed for hiking and snowshoeing.Cross-country skiing is a popular activity in the area, and there are several trails for users to enjoy. The Nut Point Campground Loops (5km) offer well-groomed, easy to moderate classic and skate skiing trails. These trails are also designed for snowshoeing, walking and cycling. The Saskaloppet Ski Trail (32.5km) provides easy trails for classic cross-country skiers, as well as walkers and hikers. You will also find some of western Canada's best cross-country ski trails at the Don Allen Trails (10km). These trails are fairly easy to navigate and are perfect for snowshoeing, hiking and mountain biking. See the La Ronge Ski Club website for trail details.Beautifully groomed snowmobile trails are also located along the Old Town Air Ronge - Gordon Denny Loop and the trail N of Vander-Kracht Park trails.
Open Year Round
La Ronge and area amenities include: campgrounds, playground, baseball diamond, picnic sites, tennis, skating rink, tobogganing, parks, golf course, swimming, beach, boat launch, docks, washrooms, showers, parking, restaurants, accommodations, grocery store, service station, fishing, hunting.
- Length : Approximately 120km
- Difficulty : All levels
- Surface : Natural terrain, paved sections, wooden boardwalks, gravel roads, sidewalks, wood chips
- Trailhead GPS : Nut Point 55.0727N,-105.1442W; Nipekamew 54.4422N, -104.5947W; Devil Lake 55.589N, -104.4374W; Churchill River 55.3871N, -104.4409W; Nemeiben Lake 55.1607N, -105.2208W.
- Mountain biking
- Cross-country skiing
- Cross-country skiing (skate)