Families with children
Alnis Lake, at almost 4 kilometres long, is a hydrographic reserve. Although the average depth of this lake is less than 6 m, the deepest point is a whopping 22. There are no homesteads around the lake; the lake is surrounded by steep slopes overgrown with pines. In some places it more so resembles a park, rather than a forest. Around the lake there is a circular hiking trail about 12 km long marked with yellow-green-yellow markings. It is best to start the trip at a campsite at the eastern end of the lake.