It's a beautiful walk in nature, with the opportunity to see deer, ruffled grouse and other wild animals.
Work has almost finished on a walking trail, located on a two-mile stretch of former rail bed that runs from Humboldt to Hwy. 20 near the Humboldt Area Vintage and Antique Club.
"It is just about done," said Mike Volk of Humboldt Wildlife Federation. "It is basically open for people to use."
The trail has been completed up to the last berm near the Vintage Club, explained Volk.
Turning the old rail bed into a trail has been discussed for quite some time.
"We were planning this for a few years, but it was so wet, so we couldn't do anything," said Volk.
This year, a drier fall gave them the opportunity to actually work on the trail. They received help from the community, including the use of a front end loader from KMK Sales the weekend of October 8.
The Humboldt Wildlife Federation also received donations of culverts to put in the trail wherever they could.
Another problem they had to overcome before they could work on the trail was negotiating buying the land.
"We bought the land for the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation," said Volk.
He said the main purpose of the trail is to give people a way out to the wildlife land and can be used as a walking, biking, hiking trail.
"It is a really nice walk in nature," said Volk.
A night run is being planned for the trail already. Called the Night Terrors Trail Run, the seven-kilometre run is set for Nov. 1. Runners can meet at 6:20 p.m. at Tim Horton's and are asked to bring a donation for the Humboldt Food Bank, as well as headlamps and flashlights.