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Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve Trails

 Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve Trails
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Redberry Lake Regional Park, 12.8km E of Hafford on Hwy 40. Approximately 80km N of Saskatoon.

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve offers three unique, picturesque hiking and walking trails - the Lookout Trail, Millennium Point Hiking Trail and the Grassland Golf Course Walking Trail.

The Lookout Trail (1.5km, 20 minute return trip) is designed for intermediate level hikers and features breathtaking views of the four islands on Redberry Lake.

The Grassland and Millennium Point trails are located in Redberry Lake Regional Park, which is also part of the reserve. The ...
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Park amenities include: playground, beach, swimming, washrooms, showers, parking, campground, firewood, boat launch, fishing, miniature golf, golf course, concession, baseball diamonds, research and education centre, canoeing.

Length: 6.9km
Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural, grass
Environment: Mid-Boreal Uplands Ecoregion - aspen woods, mixed grasses; saline lake, marsh; migratory bird staging area
Trailhead GPS: Millennium Point (trailhead) 52.7133N, -107.2141W; Grassland Golf Course (trailhead) 52.7194N, -107.2102W; Lookout Trail (trailhead) 52.6676N, -107.2379W

Hiking
Walking
Birdwatching
Cross-country skiing
Snowshoeing

Backcountry
Parking at trailhead
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Self-guided nature trail
Viewing platform(s)
Canoeing

UNESCO designated site

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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