Crisp, white, crunchy snow under foot. Hot chocolate and warm fires. Explore via ski, snowshoe and snowmobile, expereince the thrill of the ski hll or just take a break in the quiet of the season.
Our best kept secret — the sap is running, the eagles are returning. Spend a quiet evening on the dock listening to the ice break up for another year.
Wildflowers and moss carpet the forest floor. Loon songs and nature trails. Boating, simming, horesback riding, golfing. Summer at the lake.
This is our most glorious time. Warm days and cool nights. Watch the changing colours. Listen to the ice form on a quiet lake beneath the northern lights. See the gathering of the loons as they prepare to migrate.
On Highway 44 between the Lily Pond and the Caddy Lake campground. This 4.6-km trail will lead you through a small drainage basin typical of the Precambrian Shield and found throughout the park. A shortcut reduces the length of the trail to 2.4 km before it reaches McGillivray Lake. This intermediate hike takes three hours.
The trail is accessible from the Fish Hatchery on PR 312. Return distance 2.8 km. Allow 2 hours. Trail guide available at the trailhead, corresponds to marked stops. Along the way you'll discover ways to keep our planet healthy.
This hike, bike and ski trail is a part of the Trans-Canada Trail. The 14-km section between West Hawk Lake and Falcon Lake is complete. It runs between the Nite Hawk Cafe parking lot in West Hawk to the field behind the school in Falcon.
At the very end of Highway 44, just past West Hawk Lake. This 12.6-km trail leads north along the east shore of West Hawk Lake to Little Indian Bay. It returns on the same path. This intermediate hike takes three hours.
Off the Trans-Canada Highway near Falcon Beach Ranch. This 2.2-km trail reveals clues that glaciers once covered this land; rocks and boulders are scattered randomly from the the receding ice. One sees the effects of a forest fire, as well. This novice hike takes one hour.
This 4-km hike leads to the highest elevation in the area and a spectacular lookout above Falcon Lake. It returns on the same path. This intermediate hike takes one hour.
This short 2-km hike takes you to the top of the south facing ski slopes and a beautiful view of Falcon Lake from a rock outcropping. It returns on the same path. This novice hike takes 45 minutes.
This 7.5-km winter ski-trail takes you to High Lake and along its shoreline. This is a ski-trail for experienced skiers.
There are numerous ski trails at Falcon Ridge ranging in length from 1.5 to 5 km and in difficulty from novice to expert. Check at the chalet for conditions.
On Highway 307, across from Jessica Lake Lodge. These trails consist of approximately 7 km of walking trails in three loops that meander along natural pathways of granite in the forest between Jessica and White Lakes. These intermediate hike, ski or snowshoe trails take about three hours. There are numerous other trails in the Whiteshell Park. Pick up a copy of the Whiteshell Wanderer from any of the Chamber members, or check out the Whiteshell Provincial Park website for a more complete listing of all the trails and activities available in the Park.
Falcon and West Hawk Lakes are located just east of the Manitoba/ Ontario boarder off the #1 highway. About a 90 minute drive east of Winnipeg on a divided double lane highway, a 45 minute drive west from Kenora.
4 seasons of fun! There's something for everyone in Falcon and West Hawk Lakes.
Check out the list of services availble in Falcon and West Hawk- from boat and cabin rentals to fine carpentry and dog kennels!
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For Campground Information please call the reservation line at 1.800.482.2267 toll free, or 204.948.3333 local.