Southbank Nature Trail

Season: Summer | Activity: Camping, Hiking, Rec Sites, Sightseeing, Tracks and Trails
Southbank  Nature Trail a short trail that packs a big nature punch. Trek through a wide variety of local flora including spruce and raspberries and gaze out upon the cool, sparkling, clear waters of Francois Lake. The trail is very accessible and is equipped for any level of hiker with plank paths and handrails. The trail is open from spring to fall.

Directions: To get there from Burns Lake ride the free ferry across spectacular Francois Lake to Southbank. Exit the ferry and turn left onto Uncha Lake Road, and drive 100 m to start your walk.


KM from Burns Lake

Trail Details

Difficulty: Easy

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