The Wood Bison
Trail is a 15.9 kilometer track located in Alberta, Canada. We can do a lot of
activity by choosing this track. And unlike other trails in Canada, Wood Bison
can be visited at any season of the year. You can take your dog with you during
the hike, but it must be kept on a leash so as not to disturb other hikers.
Discover the Wood Bison
With the different landscapes that can be found, the Wood Bison Trail offers a
multitude of fauna and flora. Forest, lakes, birds, bison, deer, etc. You can
see and learn to appreciate nature. However, to avoid being sick when you
return home, it would be better to wear a tanning product. Indeed, in this
region, the heat is at its high point during the summer.
Visiting the Wood Bison can be done with family or solo, or even as a couple.
And that would be the ideal. During your hikes, you can take a break from time
to time to take pictures, or simply to relax on the edge of Lake Astotin. What
more can nature asks for, no!
During this trip, you will be able to admire the largest mammal of North
America, the wood bison. This is the name of this track. But, before taking
your legs with you, do not forget to take a picture. Protect yourself by
staying far away, especially if they are in a group. Besides this buffalo,
small animals also have their place on this trail, such as elk, deer, and other
small mammals. This is what will please most children.
The Wood Bison
Overview of the Wood Bison Trail
Located just off Edmonton, this track can be traveled in 4 to 5 hours. This
duration was calculated on the ability of an experienced hiker. So, if you are
a beginner, you may end up on 6 or 7 hours.
The Wood Bison Trail is very easy because it is often on flat terrain, ending
on the edge of Flying Shot Lake. The latter is located south of the park.
To get to this Wood Bison track, follow Yellow head. Indeed, this trail is just
45 minutes from Elk Island National Park.
Wood Buffalo Trail
The Wood Bison Trail is the perfect place to contemplate the remaining 7,000
bison in Canada. They have taken up residence there since 1963. In fact, these
animals are also beginning to disappear. It's a good time to watch them. They
usually live along this path.
For starters, you
will go through a forest and finish at Flying shot Lake. The ridges of the
trail allow admiring the landscape.
This track is fairly flat, and runs around the Flying Shot Lake. During the
hike, you may encounter a herd of Plains Bison, such as Moose, Elk and
Whitetail Deer. All these wild animals have their place on this trail. So stay
cool, and if you come across some on your way, let them go. If you take a
picture of them, it is better to use the lens to avoid overcoming these
monsters. Generally, they are calm, as long as they are not provoked. Apart
from this bison, you will see several types of migratory birds. They like to
land around the lake.
If you are a fan of photography, it will be advisable to increase the time you
spend on this trail. Indeed, you will fill up with wildlife, taking pictures of
animals and appreciation of life in the forest. It's unimaginable.
Whatever time you want to go hiking, bring a bottle of water, a hat and snacks
is mandatory. This to avoid accidents. However, since any route often passes
through the forest, you can spray insect repellent to prevent mosquito bites.
Whatever path you follow, it is the landscape and the view that you will
discover which is the most important during a hike. It is necessary to try to
devote the maximum of one's time and not to hurry. Indeed, many hikers just
have the habit of walking, to quickly finish the journey and start another. And
that's a fundamental mistake. Because nature offers us many beautiful things to
enjoy, and it will not last longer given the current climate change. So, do not
hesitate! Leave your office to change a little and de-stress quickly with the
help of nature.
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