Pipestone Creek Stroll

We circled the Pipestone Creek Edmonton Area Trust Land (http://www.ealt.ca/conservation-lands/) on undulating mowed paths strolling at an easy pace. pipestone-trust-land-6

With lovely vistas of the Pipestone, a glimpse of a charcoal white tailed deer, and a rich pallet of colour in the trees & bush we were comfortably hiking,  tucked away from the worse of the wind.  pipestone-trust-land-7The trail was new to explore and not as long as the usual 10km Sunday hike. So we went around the corner of Coal Lake via Hwy 13 and took a look at the re-opened South Coal Lake park by the dam and another branch of the Pipestone creek. coal-lake-damNearby at the boat launch we followed a trail that ended abruptly, looking out at the white caps on Coal Lake. dock-coal-lake-2Rain held until we were homeward.

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