Follow an historical travel route used by Indigenous peoples, European settlers, and Klondikers along the lake shore. You can travel all the way from Slave Lake to Marten River or choose a shorter section to explore from one of the many trailheads. This trail is generally flat with footbridges and a few gentle slopes and small hills.
Due to unstable footings caused by flooding in 2019, the Lily Creek footbridge along the Freighter Lakeshore / Trans Canada Trail is closed until further notice. This means that the section of the Freighter Lakeshore Trail from just north of the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation to the Lily Creek Group Use Area is closed until further notice.
|Surface Type||Natural,Wood Bridge Deck|