Meadow Lake Provincial Park - Boreal Trail in Saskatchewan, starting at Cold Lake, map 1 of 2. Scale 1:50,000 size 45" x 24". Trip Length: One week or less If you are looking for a hike that is more than a stroll in the park, then start lacing up your boots. The Boreal Trail awaits you. Saskatchewan’s newest and longest hiking trail stretches more than 135km through breathtaking forested lakelands in Meadow Lake Provincial Park. A 135 km may sound challenging, but with road access at several points, you can hike as much or as little as you like. Challenge yourself by doing it all – allow at least a week – or choose a shorter section. Meadow Lake ranks among Saskatchewan’s most popular provincial parks. Enjoy nature at its best while staying at secluded backcountry campsites. All sites are equipped with fire boxes, privies and metal, bear-proof food lockers. If you need to stock up on provisions en route, or just want to indulge in a few luxuries such as a hot shower or an ice-cold drink, the trail passes three major front-country campgrounds at Pierce Lake, Lac des Isles and Kimball Lake, Pierce Lake Lodge at Howe Bay and Waters Edge Eco Lodge on Greig Lake.