Hiking & Biking Trails
Revel in our natural beauty

Walk through picturesque prairie and lush boreal forest in Manitoba

Hiking & Biking 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.

Featured Experiences

International Peace Garden

Harmony in Motion: Garden Yoga, Hike & B

Lace up your hiking boots or hop on a bike to explore the winding trails that meander through our trails and Gardens. Each step and pedal brings you closer to the heart of nature. Enjoy Yoga in the Garden weekends mid-June.

Gull Harbour Marina and The Lighthouse Inn

Gull Harbour Inn and Restaurant

Just a two hour excursion from Winnipeg, you’ll begin to unwind the minute you arrive on Hecla Island. A relaxing day on the beach, great fishing and many trails. It's a place where endless days of outdoor adventure await.


Your Adventure Starts Here

From hiking boots to backpacks, dehydrated meals to clothing, we have your hiking needs covered. Whether it's a short trail with the family or a multi-day trek, we can help make your next hiking adventure memorable.

Central Manitoba Tourism Association

The Great Trail in Central Manitoba

Did you know that there are over 400 kilometers of the Great Trail running through central Manitoba? Visit our website to explore amenities and new adventures along the TransCanada Trail.

Trans Canada 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.
Crow Wing Trail Church: Serene Solitude in the Heart of Nature.

Hike in Manitoba

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

One person sitting and one standing next to wooden fence posts, looking out over the dunes on a sunny day.

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.

Find More Hiking Trails

Provincial Parks

Rainbow Beach Provincial Park

Sustainable Development, Dauphin District Office
Box 10, 27 - 2nd Ave SW
Dauphin, MB R7N 3E5

Provincial Parks

Spruce Woods Provincial Park

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

Provincial Parks

St. Malo Provincial Park

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

Provincial Parks

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

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

Provincial Parks

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park

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

Provincial Parks

Whiteshell Provincial Park

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

The Pas OCN

Trails For Everyone

The Pas/OCN is vast and is host to so much untouched wilderness just waiting to be explored. Enjoy mapped and unmapped trails to hike, ski, snowshoe, whatever your preference or experience level. Many trails are pet friendly.

Town of Souris

Victoria Park

Enjoy the trails as you explore beautiful Victoria Park, located right in Souris.

International Peace Gardens

Follow your bliss.

Miles of quiet cross-country ski trails lead you through pristine prairie and forest wilderness in the International Peace Garden. There's no better way to discover the beauty and solitude of the Turtle Mountains. Make new memories on our trails.

Whiteshell Provincial Park

Hike past sweeping views and bubbling brooks, paddle across glimmering lakes, bike over ancient rocks, or simply put your feet up and enjoy the view. The Whiteshell has something for every kind of adventurer.