Hunters Lake Trail
Gradually ascend to over 60 metres above the surrounding land for a stunning view!
Three kilometres from the start of this wide trail is an intersection. Continue straight ahead in this jack pine forest. Through spruce and aspen lies a primitive campsite overlooking Hunters Lake. Long and narrow, this mountain like lake is bordered by open slopes. Before branching off to the day-use area there is a small bridge crossing a creek. There may be wet spots and fallen trees.
Length: 12km One way
Time: 7 hours
Level of Difficulty: Difficult, steep hills and exposed tree roots and rock.
Significant Features: Rolling hills and mixed wood forest of jack pine and trembling aspen.
Trailhead: 16km west of South Gate on Cookson Road
GPS Co-ordinates for Trailhead (in decimal degrees):
Lat.: 53.59015317 Long.: -106.27787738