Address: View on map Saskatchewan Forestry Association Location: Approximately 8km NE of Prince Albert via Hwy 2 N and Red Wing access road.
The Kristi Lake Nature Trail is located roughly 8km NE of Prince Albert. This 1.8km long interpretive trail will take visitors through four different ecosystems - black spruce wetland, white spruce and aspen mixed wood forest, jack pine upland, and lake riparian corridor - as well as through breathtaking sand dunes. During your journey, you may encounter deer, beavers, songbirds, squirrels, waterfowl and various other wildlife and bird species.The trail begins and ends at the parking lot, which is located S of the Mark's Nine Golf Course. Visitors are encouraged to bring along a pair of binoculars, bug spray, sunscreen, water and a field guide.
Open Year Round
- Length : 1.8km
- Difficulty : Beginner
- Surface : Natural terrain and a boardwalk
- Environment : Boreal Transition Ecoregion - mixed wood forest of white spruce, poplar and aspen, jack pine upland, black spruce wetland and lake riparian corridor; lichen, moss; sand dunes