This hike takes you to the top of the forest and offers a spectacular view of the whole forest and the lakes.
There are two places to start this hike, either at the Land of the Loon Resort trailhead or the bridge that passes over Jacobsen Bay. Depending on how much of a hike you want, starting at the bridge saves a little over 4km on the whole hike.
Take Tower Road (the other routes were washed out) that follows along the Prince Albert National Park boundary line. The hike is 3.5km one way from the bridge.
Take a lunch and spend some time at the Fire Tower. They have a picnic and fire pit area set up for people to use that overlooks the forest.
The last .5 kilometer is up a hill but the rewards are worth it. The hiking path is in good enough condition that if you wish to you can bring your bike instead.
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