Eveneshen Nature Trail

Burns Lake

Trail Length: 2 kilometres

Difficulty: Easy - Family
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Eveneshen Nature Trail is a single-track 2 kilometre walking path within the community of Burns Lake, British Columbia, Canada. The forested walking path follows a creek connecting the lower portion of the village with the upper portion of the village.

The walking path starts from a gravel parking lot on Centre Street just before a bridge located between 5th and 7th Avenue. Some say there is another trailhead to the Eveneshen Nature Trail at the corner of 6th Avenue and Hwy 16 near the museum.

The gravel and hard-packed earthy trail explores the forest, criss-crossing back and forth over Saul Creek via wooden bridges. The trail is named after a respected local named George Eveneshen.

Along the trail are sitting benches and some picnic tables to enhance the creek views. Just after the foot bridge over Saul Creek near the top of the Eveneshen Trail is a picnic area and some outhouses.

The Eveneshen Nature Trail eventually connects into the trail system exploring the wetlands of the Rod Reid Nature Park. A birdwatching park with a trail looping around Loch Lomond (the central pond) leading to a couple viewing platforms.

Eveneshen Nature Trail in Burns Lake, British Columbia, Canada


Eveneshen Nature Trail
Centre Street
Burns Lake

How To Get ToEveneshen Nature Trail

There are two trailheads located within the community of Burns Lake, British Columbia, Canada. One is near the museum located on the corner of 6th Avenue and Highway 16. The other is a bit further up the hill on Centre Street, in between 5th and 7th Avenue near a bridge.
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