Ever want to explore the wilderness while keeping fit and having fun? This article will tell you how Nut Point Trail in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park in Saskatchewan is a great place to get active and have a great experience cycling through some rough terrain.
The author of the article Brad Wipperman discusses the major features that you
will be exploring on your cycle. Throughout the trail there are many rocky
ridges to cross and bumpy boardwalks that serve to protect the wildlife in the
forest. The change in incline and the rocky grounds add to the excitement and
keep you working hard. Wipperman Describes the great reward after cycling past
high tides in a low, rocky valley, there is a beautiful golden beach available
for a quick, relaxing dip. As you continue on the trail you will encounter many
beaver’s dens and animal habitats that you can admire from a safe distance. The
trail is available as long as the park is open and is offered for interior
camping and day trips.
This article may not personally be helpful for me because I don’t often take
long trips away from home, but anyone interested in travelling to that area is
encouraged to take a day to cycle. I believe it gives a good impression of the
trails at Lac La Ronge Park.
I would recommend it to anybody who travels, or is planning to travel, to the
Nut Point Tail area.
Wipperman, Brad “Adventure Cycling on the Nut Point Hiking Trail.” Outdoor
Adventure Canada. 2011