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Great Blue Heron Provincial Park - Anglin Lake Trails

Anglin Lake Recreation Site Trails
Cycling TrailsHiking TrailsCross-country Ski TrailsSnowmobile Trails

Anglin Lake Recreation Site, 70km N of Prince Albert, bordering Prince Albert National Park.

Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, Anglin Lake section borders Prince Albert National Park and offers plenty of year-round activities for all types of trail enthusiasts. In the spring, summer and fall, the site features 18km of beautiful hiking trails along Jacobsen Bay's N shore, several shorter hiking trails around Anderson Point Campground (including a trail to the Anderson Cabin, a historic site), a challenging 3km cycling trail up the fire tower road's steep inclines, and excellent canoeing ... Read more


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Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Tel: (306) 982-6250
Email: emma.anglin@gov.sk.ca
Website: http://www.saskparks.net/Default.aspx?DN=4d096367-c70b-45f6-b229-4e2a507e1017

Park amenities: campgrounds, washrooms, showers, boat launch, parking, resort accommodations, picnic sites, restaurant, and canoe, kayak, boat and ski rentals, fishing, swimming.

Length: Hiking - over 18km; cycling - 3km; cross-country skiing - 18km; snowmobiling - 50km
Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural terrain; steep sections on Jacobsen Bay Loop and Fire Tower Trail; groomed ski trails.
Environment: Mid-Boreal Uplands Ecoregion - aspen and spruce forest, lakeland
Trailhead GPS: Jacobsen Bay Trail: 53.696N, -105.9684W; Anderson Point Campground Trail (Anderson Cabin): 53.1063N, -105.9413W.

Hiking
Cycling
Geocaching
Snowmobiling
Cross-country skiing

Backcountry
Canoeing
Accommodation near trailhead
Warm-up shelter(s)
Camping near trailhead

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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