Freight Tait Springs Trail

Prince Albert National Park

Early freighters stopped at this natural spring to rest and replenish water supplies. The spring water spills over its banks and flows onward to the Spruce River. The iron-rich springs are interesting to explore but take care not to harm this sensitive area.

Length: 2km, one way
Time: 60 to 90 minutes

Level of Difficulty: Level of Difficulty:  Easy Easy

Significant Features: The old freight trail travels through a mixed aspen and white spruce forest leading to a natural fresh water spring.

Trailhead: 29.5 km from the visitor centre on highway 263.

GPS Co-ordinates for Trailhead (in decimal degrees):
Lat.: 53.53.70693153 Long.: -106.05374932

Trail conditions

map of the Freight Tait Springs Trail

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