It is one of the most popular hiking trails in the national park.
This trail takes you through forested woods to see a number of beaver lodges and dams.
With plenty of evidence of beaver activity throughout the entire trail, it won’t be long until you’ll find chopped down trees and all sorts of dam constructions.
The beaver trail guides you through different types of forest – dark spruce forest, light fern birch forest, wet marshy forest to the natural stream, in which beavers live. Traces of beaver activity can be observed very closely.
This hiking trail is quite short, only 1,8km and is quite easy to pass. There is also a picnic area and a dry toilet.