Amisk Trail

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Amisk Trail

Interpretive signs were developed for an existing 4.2-kilometre trail through the boreal forest of Whiteshell Provincial Park. The interpretive signs encourage visitors to think about the history of park development and what benefits they gain from spending time in nature. A brochure map is a promotional piece that helps guide visitors and suggests activities.

Gold Award of Excellence, Interpretation Canada, 2011

Theme: We all benefit from spending time in nature and have visionaries like Aldo Leopold and Walter Danyluk to thank for that.

Special Feature: The trail is dedicated to Walter Danyluk, the first Director of Manitoba Parks, who was instrumental in establishing our first ten provincial parks.

Location: Brereton Lake, Whiteshell Provincial Park

Sampling of the Interpretive panels along the trail