Adventure Cycling on the Nut Point Hiking Trail Saskatchewan's Lac La Ronge Provincial Park awaits
Author: Brad Wipperman
This article gave me an inside look on the Nut Point Hiking Trail and what there is to do inside of the park.
The trail of Saskatchewan’s Nut Point trail is 15 kilometer trail travels through the woods, rocky ridges, boreal forest, and marsh. The trail runs along the peninsula that ends at the Nut Point. Local wildlife includes bear, deer, moose, elk and beaver. Lac ronge provincial park is the largest park in Saskatchewan. There are six campgrounds and a hundred lakes. The park's serviced campsites have access to hydro, telephones, water, showers and laundry machines. Beaches, Boat, canoe, paddleboat and mountain bike rentals are also available. So there is plenty to do. The cycling trail is very scenic and is a must do if you like to mountain bike. This trail is challenging but also not so hard that you won’t be able to do it. And while on the trail if you go far enough you will go threw the campsite. And on the trail you might see a bear because bears are common on this trail. Saskatchewan usually is flat but Nut Point is a rugged and interesting trail and its many twists and turns make for an enjoyable trip.
This article interested me in going to Nut Point trail and go cycling. It seems like a very fun and challenging thing for me to do. And i really like to mountain bike, i go to Gatineau sometimes to bike. But this would be a bigger challenge.