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Turtle Lake Nature Sanctuary

Turtle Lake Nature Sanctuary
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Turtle Lake Sanctuary is located approximately 35km NW of Glaslyn along the E shore of Turtle Lake, between the resort beaches of Turtle Lake Lodge and Indian Point.

The Turtle Lake Nature Sanctuary spans over 112 acres and features self-guided trails that are perfect for hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing. The sanctuary is home to 35 mammal, 60 lichen, 220 bird and 260 different plant species, making it a perfect location for getting away from the city and back to the "great outdoors." During your visit, you may encounter beavers, ospreys, frogs, bald eagles, chipmunks, warblers, coyotes, squirrels, moose, great blue herons, bears, pelicans, foxes, ... Read more


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Tel: 1(800) 667-4668
Website: http://www.naturesask.ca/what-we-do/nature-sanctuaries

Amenities include: interpretive signs, lookout points, parking lot and benches.

Length: 2 hours for a walking tour
Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural terrain
Environment: Mid-Boreal Uplands Ecoregion - boreal wetland and upland mixed forest dominated by aspen, poplar and white spruce.

Hiking
Cycling
Birdwatching
Cross-country skiing

Backcountry
Parking at trailhead
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail

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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