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If you have not gone I have to ask why. Been here in both the summer and winter. The Pembina valley is breath taking all year round. I enjoy the winter hiking via snow shoes and in the summer the time in the valley along...More
We came here as an alternative plan for staying at home and watching movies.
Fast enough we discover all the wild life around, the sounds of nature and the smell of the trees made it quickly to one of my favorite places around.
I loved the vistas in this valley park and the park is very quiet and secluded. The road leading to the park is a bit rough and there are no facilities at the park (other than outhouses). Remember to bring your park pass as there...More
The trail was well taken care of and an easy hike. This was our first time there and the Park was not fully opened. We found the Hike very short, it took us an about an hour and fifteen minutes to complete.
This is a great place to experience the nature of the Pembina Valley. There a variety of really good trails: wide, gently sloping ones... narrow, hilly ones... and really steep ones for the daring. They network together nicely, meaning you could do a short stroll,...More
The park has several moderate hiking trails that give a great view of the Pembina valley. There are some moderately steep but lengthy climbs. The longest trail is 6.5km.
Trails are wide with tree cover. Soil is a clay mixture which can make some climbs...More