The Trans Canada Trail is the longest network of trails in the world. Once complete, it will extend over 22,000 kilometres between the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans. In Manitoba, the trail extends from the Ontario border through Canadian Shield terrain in Whiteshell Provincial Park, northwest through Pinawa to Grand Beach. From there it travels south through the Red River Valley, Selkirk, Winnipeg, and St. Malo to Emerson. The trail then travels west through Spruce Woods Provincial Park through prairie and the Assiniboine River Delta to Neepawa, Russell, and Roblin, through the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest to the Saskatchewan border. The trail features year-round recreational activities, historical sites, diverse ecosystems and communities.
Visit our website (www.trailsmanitoba.ca) for maps and information.
- Manitoba History
- Self-guided tour
- Wildlife/Nature Viewing