Trail Condition Report
October 10, 2013
Prince Albert National Park received record rainfall this spring.
Boardwalks are damaged due to flooding.
There may be wet areas on trails and in picnic areas.
|Trail Name||Conditions and Comments|
|Fisher 7.2 km loop
|Red Deer Blue
5.2 km loop
|Red Deer Red
8.1 km loop
|Red Deer Yellow
5.8 k loop
2.0 km loop
2.5 km loop
3.0 km loop
|Good Condition. |
1.5 km one-way
20.0 km one-way
|Boardwalks damaged due to flooding. Use caution. |
2.0 km loop
|Boardwalks damaged due to flooding. Use caution.|
|Ice Push Ridge
150 meters one-way
1.2 km loop
|Scenic Route #263|
1.7 km loop
15 m tower
|Freight Tait Springs
2 km one way
|Spruce River Highlands
8.5 km loop
5.0 km one-way
39.0 km one way
|Wet/muddy conditions. Use caution on boardwalks.|
Flooding at 3km and 9km. Bridge out. The Elk Trail is closed to horse-drawn wagons.
12.0 km one-way
|Wet/muddy conditions. Use caution on bridges.|
Some flooded areas
|West Side Boundary
37.5 km one-way
15.5 km loop
|Valleyview 200 m one-way
- Emergency 911
- Parks Canada Dispatch 1-877-852-3100
- Watch for deadfall. Use caution on boardwalk and stairs.
- Trails are not patrolled, please ensure you are self-reliant.
- Do not rely on your cell/satellite phone to get you out of trouble. Coverage is variable throughout the Park.
The Visitor Centre is open Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Park entry permits can be purchased at the Visitor Centre and the East and South Gate automated pay machines. To maintain a high quality of service during your visits throughout the year, park entry fees are in place. Fees are invested back into facilities and services that for visitors to enjoy.
Contact us by telephone: (306) 663-4522 or by mail.
- Please register at the Visitor Centre for all overnight backcountry trips.
- Check road conditions at 1-888-335-7623 or online.
- Check weather conditions.