Hiking & Trails
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Clearwater Lake | Treaty 5

Hiking & Trails

Thousands of kilometres of trails for adventures in every season.

Discover the great outdoors in Manitoba by foot and pedal

In all seasons, wandering through the province’s many trails and parks is a favourite pastime for locals and visitors alike. Whether you prefer to hike or bike over rolling hills, by a lakeshore or over the boardwalks of the marshland, there is an abundance of trails to choose from in Manitoba.

Hike along historical trails and see the beauty of the prairies along the way.

From the sweeping views atop the escarpment of Riding Mountain National Park to the lush wilds of the boreal forest of Whiteshell Provincial Park, there are no lack of hiking options in Manitoba.

There are almost 370 km of trail that crisscross through Riding Mountain National Park.

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Interlake Region

Hike The Manitoba Interlake

Hecla Island offers 256 km of Self-Guiding Trails. To enjoy a panoramic view of Lake Winnipeg Narrows walk along the Lighthouse Trail.

Explore Morden Winkler

Hiking, Biking & Birding

A leisurely stroll or a challenging mountain bike ride, the Lake Minnewasta trail can offer you the adventure you are looking for!

The Pas/OCN

Hiking The Wild North

Whether guided, self-guided or off the beaten path, The Pas, OCN and the RM of Kelsey has something for every hiking level. Explore north!

Trans Canada Trail

Endless Hiking Trails

There’s room to roam and lots to see on the Trans Canada Trail. Explore and enjoy the beautifully diverse landscapes in Manitoba!

Crow Wing Trail

Historic Hiking Trails

Discover all sections of the historic Crow Wing Trail with the passport. Or start your Camino challenge between St. Malo and St.Pierre-Jolys

Clear Lake Country

Get Outside & Explore

Home to a staggering diversity of living things and trails. Let the sounds of the forest guide you to breathtaking views.

Explore The Whiteshell

Explore Beautiful, Challenging Trails

For Canadian Shield riding at its finest, try out one of the top-notch mountain biking trails in the Whiteshell.

The Great Trail is the world’s longest network of recreational multi-use trails, connecting active Canadians, preserving green space and promoting conservation. In Manitoba, many stretches of the trail provide access to unique historical sites, such as the Crow Wing Trail that weaves along the traditional route of free Métis trader Peter Garrioch and his crew.

This is just one example of the many trails waiting to be discovered in Manitoba. It all depends on what you’re looking for: beauty, water, unique landscapes, history, or all of the above.

Did you know that Manitoba is home to a desert-like landscape? See it for yourself on a hike through the Spirit Sands of Spruce Woods Provincial Park. Learn More >>
What’s so great about
Whiteshell Provincial Park?
It’s perfect for every kind of nature lover. Enjoy it in small doses surrounded by comfort, with a dash of family-friendly fun at a beach or campground or on an expert-level adventure by foot, bike or paddle. Whiteshell has you covered.

Hike in Manitoba

If you are embarking on a cross-country cycling tour or simply exploring sections of The Great Trail, here are four stops to make as you travel along the Crow Wing Trail in southern Manitoba.

Go outside. Breathe in the fresh air. Smile at nature's beauty. Take time to enjoy the outdoors with these 20 amazing trails that you may have never heard of in Manitoba!

More Info

To learn more about hiking trails throughout Manitoba, visit Trails Manitoba.

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Indigenous Experiences

SAYZOONS

434 Rue Sabourin
St-Pierre-Jolys, MB R0A1V0

Provincial Campgrounds

Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Sustainable Development, Carberry District Office
Box 130
Carberry, ` R0K 0H0

Provincial Campgrounds

St. Malo Provincial Park

Sustainable Development, Steinbach District Office
Unit B - 284 Reimer Ave
Steinbach, MB R5G 0R5

Hiking & Trails

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

Sustainable Development, Winnipeg District Office
Box 30, 200 Saulteaux Cres
Winnipeg, MB R3J 3W3

Provincial Campgrounds

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park

Sustainable Development, Boissevain District Office
Box 820
Boissevain, MB R0E 0K0

Provincial Campgrounds

Whiteshell Provincial Park

Leaving Winnipeg, take Hwy 1, 126 km/78.3 mi. east to Falcon Lake and West Hawk Lake.
Whiteshell, MB .