The water of Clearwater Lake is so clear the bottom is visible at 11 m/35 ft. It's a prime habitat for trophy-size lake trout, northern pike and whitefish.
Half-way around this 0.8 km hiking trail, you’ll find one of Clearwater Lake Provincial Park’s special places, a natural phenomenon called "the caves," These are not true caves but rather deep crevices that formed when rock masses split away from shoreline cliffs. The caves are accessible by a self-guiding trail. While exploring this impressive park feature, please stay on the designated trail, use the stairways and viewing platforms. These are provided for your safety and to protect sensitive plant growth. Allow about 45 minutes.
Much of the park's 595 sq. km/ 230 sq. mi. area is made up of coniferous forests yielding a rich variety of berries and wildflowers. The park offers fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, overnight lodging and camping.
Location: 18 km/11 mi. north of The Pas at junction of PTH 10 and 287.