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    Along the shoreline of Lake Diefenbaker in Elbow.
    Latitude: 51.10605° N,
    Longitude: -106.5983° W
    The Elbow Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail), spans 6 km in length from Tufts Bay along the beautiful shoreline of Lake Diefenbaker to the marina and Harbor Golf Course clubhouse. Developed by Elbow residents, business owners and vacationers, this packed earth trail is operational year-round. Hiking, cycling and jogging is encouraged in the spring, summer and autumn months, and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Parking lots are available at both Tufts Bay and the golf course clubhouse and a mowed grass area is available for parking mid-point along the trail. Users of the trail have amenities close at hand, from the golf clubhouse now open year round, to the many restaurants, lodging options, stores and watering holes found in the town of Elbow itself.
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    Access

    • Country / Rural

    Amenities

    • Interpretive signage
    • Picnic area

    Activities

    • Hiking
    • Cycling
    • Snowshoeing
    • Birding / Wildlife viewing
    • Cross-country skiing

    Maps & Docs

    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-227-7386 | 306-291-4280 |
    nat_letts@icloud.com

    Along the shoreline of Lake Diefenbaker in Elbow.

    Latitude: 51.10605° N, Longitude: -106.5983° W

    South - Elbow

    The Elbow Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail), spans 6 km in length from Tufts Bay along the beautiful shoreline of Lake Diefenbaker to the marina and Harbor Golf Course clubhouse. Developed by Elbow residents, business owners and vacationers, this packed earth trail is operational year-round. Hiking, cycling and jogging is encouraged in the spring, summer and autumn months, and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Parking lots are available at both Tufts Bay and the golf course clubhouse and a mowed grass area is available for parking mid-point along the trail. Users of the trail have amenities close at hand, from the golf clubhouse now open year round, to the many restaurants, lodging options, stores and watering holes found in the town of Elbow itself.

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    Location Information

    Along the shoreline of Lake Diefenbaker in Elbow.

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    lat. 51.10605° N, long. -106.5983° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-227-7386 | 306-291-4280 |
    nat_letts@icloud.com