Manitoba Trails

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By Jessica Williams When summer arrives, Winnipeg comes to life: festivals, food trucks, pools and parks all begin to bustle with the sound of summer in the city. It's the most wonderful time of year. But sometimes we long for an...
Winnipeg is an outdoor enthusiast's winter wonderland, especially for those who like to snowshoe. And, with so many designated trails to explore the rugged terrain and wild backcountry, it's no wonder. Here are ten to check out. Length: Various trails Time:...
Whiteshell Provincial Park teeters on the border of Manitoba and Ontario, meaning you’ll get the best of both provinces: freshwater lakes, cross-country ski trails and heart-pumping inclines to pair with your hikes. Like its border, the park’s levels are split...
City: Winnipeg Region: Whiteshell Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 3 - 4 days Round Trip Distance 65 km Elevation Gain 40 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly No Black bear sightings, two major trailheads and 10 campsites to sleep in! Experienced backpackers will have their skills tested on this beautiful...
City: Winnipeg Region: Spruce Woods Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Easy Time 3 hours Round Trip Distance 13 km Elevation Gain 130 m Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Cacti, sand dunes, high temperatures, and refreshing rain. There are a variety of trails that sprout from the main trailhead. You can trek to...
City: Winnipeg Region: Whiteshell Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 3 hours Round Trip Distance 12.6 km Elevation Gain 223 m Camping No Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly ? The Hunt Lake Trail is steep and difficult, but the views of the lake will be worth your efforts. The trail is best utilized between...
City: Wabowden Region: Pisew Falls Provincial Park Province/State: Manitoba Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate-Advanced Time 2 days (Overnight) Round Trip Distance 22 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly ? Kid Friendly ? The eight hours it’ll take you to drive to Pisew Falls Provincial Park from Winnipeg (via Highway 6) has a way of thinning out...
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