Spruce River Highlands Trail

Prince Albert National Park

Everything Leaves a Track
Glaciers have left behind great hills and valleys with panoramic views! Wildflowers and fall colours are especially alluring.

Climb a tower that rises 10 metres above a hilltop and enjoy a spectacular vista of the Spruce River. Continue clockwise over rollercoaster terrain to a ridge with Anglin Lake in the distance. Soon the trail branches; stay to the right. Open slopes give way to level landscape that may have wet spots. At the end of the loop keep left to return home.

Length: 8.5km, loop
Time: 3 – 4 hours

Level of Difficulty: Level of Difficulty:  Difficult Difficult, steep hills with some exposed root and rocks.

Significant Features: Traverse aspen covered hill tops overlooking the Spruce River.

Trailhead: 29 km from the visitor centre on highway 263.

GPS Co-ordinates for Trailhead (in decimal degrees):
Lat.: 53.71345153 Long.: -106.05555931


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