Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

This is a past event

2 people went

Price: CA$2.00 /per person

Meadows Transit Centre

East side of 17th Street, just south of the Whitemud · Edmonton, AB

How to find us

Southeast corner of the Meadows Transit Centre parking lot. Look for a white Mitsubishi Outlander.

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Details

DESCRIPTION

Miquelon Lake has some great backcountry trails that wind up and down hills around wetlands and through aspen and white spruce forest. We will hike approximately 10-12 km with a stop for lunch either down by the lake or at the lookout. We'll be back in the city before 3 pm.

This is a moderate hike with relatively flat trails with a few hills. You must be able to handle a pace of ~5 km/hour.

TRAVEL

Rain or shine, we will meet at the southeast corner of the Meadows Transit Centre parking lot at 9:00 am and will be leaving at 9:05 am sharp.

NOTE: The link above does not work well for the transit centre. Use this link: https://www.edmonton.ca/ets/meadows-transit-centre.aspx

To minimize our environmental footprint, we will be carpooling. There is a recommended carpool fee of $6 to be paid to the driver.

It is preferred that we carpool, but if you want to meet us there be at the overflow parking lot at the backcountry trails starting point for 10:00 am (see maps and directions in the link below). We'll start the hike at 10:15 am.

http://www.albertaparks.ca/media/3331955/miquelonlakeparkmap.pdf

LOCATION

Miquelon Lake is around 63 km southeast of Edmonton off of Highway 21 and takes about an hour.

https://www.albertaparks.ca/parks/central/miquelon-lake-pp/

WHAT TO BRING

Appropriate clothing for hiking/weather conditions, lunch and at least 2 litres of water.

Dogs and children are not permitted

HIKE AT YOUR OWN RISK

The organizer of your event is not acting as a professional guide and is not responsible for any injuries or losses resulting from your participation in the Group's events. Participation is entirely voluntary and you assume all the risks of the event, whatever circumstances may occur. In all instances, you are responsible for providing the proper equipment for your own safety.