The dense woods and low visitation make this a popular wildlife corridor. Be bear aware.
- One-way, 2.2 km forested trail with interpretive panels.
- Trail ends with a view of the canyon at the Liard River.
- The river's Kaska name is Nêt’i Tué’ meaning "river flowing from mountains."
- Parking lot shared with the Town of Watson Lake's Lucky Lake day-use area.
Map download :
Liard Canyon Recreation Site Map (150.53 KB)
Park at the Lucky Lake day-use area and pass by the baseball diamonds and beach to access the trail.
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history