There are hundreds of hiking trails throughout the province of Manitoba. Here we list four prominent trails that every hiker or traveler should know about.
Willow and Deadwood Loop
The city of Morden is a must for visitors to Manitoba. One of its most prominent features is the Willow and Deadwood Loop that is a moderately difficult hike that will take travelers along the shorelines of Lake Minnewasta. The trail has a few climbs and descents for gritty adventurers. If you do this one in the summer, you can enjoy a swim in the lake afterwards.
The Plangford Trail is only part of the Great Trail in Neepawa. The community hosts a series of trails.
Visitors will also find some treasured landmarks such as Canada’s commemorative loop, the Stony Creek School, and Neepawa’s popular downtown.
Newfoundland Ravine Trail
This 29.6km loop in the Spruce Woods Provincial Park will lead you through the grasslands and woods of the valley. Many hikers enjoy a stay overnight at the Jackfish cabin along the Epinette Creek. Manitoba’s provincial flower, the prairie crocus, blooms here in the springtime.
The Crow Wing Trail
This trail is one of the lengthier sections of the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba with an astonishing length of 193km, and the trail connects Emerson to Winnipeg. The Crow Wing Trail Association Chemin Saint-Paul is a non-profit organization responsible for the maintenance and promotion of the Crow Wing Trail.
Tour Guides and Self-Guided Tours
It is recommended that visitors or tourists take all the necessary precautions before setting out for a hike. Less experienced hikers should opt for hiring a tour guide before they set off. Veteran hikers will find self-guided tours to be exceptionally rewarding as they venture off into the wild.
Hikers should stay informed of all the laws and regulations of their surroundings. Some animals or plant species may be protected. It is advised to contact this site for more information about hiking in the province.