Whether you’re out for a leisurely hike or a longer adventure, make your trip a safe one by checking the latest conditions.

Bears and people

Seeing wildlife in their natural environment is a vacation highlight for most visitors. For your safety, the safety of others and the safety of bears, be bear aware.

Visitor safety

Exploring the scenic isolation of a national park can be invigorating, and it can also be challenging. Prepare for each park adventure!

Prince Albert National Park of Canada

Rating Trail Condition Comment Links

Winter Cross-Country Ski Trails - Prince Albert National Park of Canada

Rating Trail Condition Comment Links
Moderate Wapiti Trail Track-set 19-11-2020: Trail groomed; Trail details
Moderate Red Deer Trail - Red Loop Track-set 13-11-2020: Flat packed; Trail details
Easy Red Deer Trail - Yellow Loop Track-set 13-11-2020: Flat packed; Trail details
Moderate Fisher Trail Packed. 18-11-2020: minimal snow depth; Trail details
Easy Crean Trail Track-set 19-11-2020: Trail groomed; minimal snow depth; Trail details
Easy Beaver Glen Trail Track-set 19-11-2020: Trail groomed; Trail details
Moderate Spruce River Highlands Trail Packed. 18-11-2020: Ski trail not set; Trail details

Winter Snowshoe Trails - Prince Albert National Park of Canada

Rating Trail Condition Comment Links
Easy Kingsmere River Trail Snow covered. 12-11-2020: Snow covered; Trail details
Easy Boundary Bog Trail Trail has recently been cleared of deadfall. 23-11-2020: Snow covered; Trail details
Easy Mud Creek Trail Trail has recently been cleared of deadfall. 23-11-2020: Snow covered; Snowshoe packed; Trail details
Easy Waskesiu River Trail Trail has recently been cleared of deadfall. 23-11-2020: Snow covered; Trail details
Moderate Spruce River Highlands Trail Packed. 18-11-2020: Snow covered; Trail details
Easy Freight Tait Springs Trail Snow covered. 12-11-2020: Snow covered; Trail details