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Crizelyn Eve reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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HikingGreat!

Very easy, fun trail! Beautiful views at the bridge and the end of the trails where you get to see Sturgeon Falls. Even saw a snake crossing the trail! No mosquitos at all. Many cute little grasshoppers jumping around though

robin f. reviewed Mantario Trail
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HikingBugsGreat!MuddyOff trailOver grownRocky

My friend and I hiked this trail together this weekend. We went from south trailhead to caribou west and came back the next day. I was our first hike alone and we were very underprepared for how much work it was going to be. We were probably overpacked so our packs were very heavy, and we didnt have all the proper gear and therefore blisters and rolled ankles and sore joints ensued. Please dont take this as your first trail, it is a very nice trail but lots of climbing up and down and quite a few bugs in the bushy parts. The water at caribou west was very refreshing but it was quite brown. Still safe to drink through a filter though.

Melodie Kurys reviewed Mantario Trail
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HikingGreat!

Did a day hike to West Caribou and back on Monday August 3rd. Just under 20kms. The trail was in the best condition I’ve ever seen it in. There was almost no mud and bugs were not bad at all with way less horse flies then usual. There was lots of blueberries and they were delicious! West Caribou is a great place for a lunch break and a swim so bring your bathing suit. This is one of my favourite hikes in Manitoba!

Nicole W reviewed Bell River Canyon Trail
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Hiking

Old logging roads most of the way with not much of a view. Trails aren’t marked so follow the alltrails map, roads going in multiple directions. Bring bug spray, lots of mosquitoes. Finally all of a sudden there’s a little hiking trail sign on the left side about 6km in or so. Little trail goes off, overgrown but follows the ridge line and has beautiful views of the surrounding area. For the second nice view we went back to the trail then just wandered thru the Forrest to the other side about 100m. View was worth the hike, didn’t seem optimistic when we started. Hiking up most of the way there, then we ran back down. Took about 2hrs.

Dennis Barkman reviewed Pike's Peak Trail
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Hiking

Great.

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chloé touzin reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

really fun! some areas were narrow which made it difficult to maintain social distancing with others walking along the trail (for those who might be concerned). bugs weren’t very bad at all, i had bug spray of course (i usually get bitten anyways), but truly they weren’t very bad at all. plenty of shade on the trail, off the trail on the rocks along the lake there’s plenty of places to sit. also a lot of cute wild life (frogs, snails, chipmunks). good stuff :)

Jena-lee Carriere reviewed Mantario Trail
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I hiked from the South trailhead to Caribou East this weekend. I found the trail very well marked. Only a few spots that I had to really look for signage or ribbon. The bugs weren't bad unless in boggy sections and the weather was absolutely perfect. I enjoyed a swim at Caribou East after the hike and camped the night and back today. The bear box was gross. People left a steak and potatoes to rot. Very poor etiquette. Pack out what you pack in.

James Anderson reviewed Wasagaming Campground
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Mountain biking
First to Review

Rode this trail with my wife today. Mix of road and trail and a few good downhill/uphill sections. Not to difficult and it was dry.

Andrew Campbell reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

A great hike with well-groomed pathway. You won't get that "secluded" feeling as there are a lot of people on the path, river, lake, and campground. My kids loved all the ripe raspberries to pick and eat along the path and tons of rocks to throw once you're at the rapids. We even walked along the lakeshore a ways seeking other adventures. Dorothy Lake public beach is nearby and even has a playground to make this a great day trip... I don't know why the description on All Trails says it's near Pinawa, because it isn't (45min) and there is a different suspension bridge near there.

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Hiking

Just attempted this hike without success (will be back) I’d for sure recommend camping out and doing it in two days. Some areas are a bit flooded and not a lot of clear marking on direction through the trial, there’s a few forks with no description on which way will take you to the falls (for sure shouldn’t be a deal breaker) But for us it was a tad annoying (should have been expected) but as we were attempting to do it in a day it was frustrating at points, nonetheless it was a good hike! Bugs are bad so be prepared :) Hiked it with my dogs so it was still enjoyable regardless of not being able to make it. Made it to a cute rest point with some boats and a spot for a fire.

Rachel Girouard reviewed Mantario Trail
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HikingOff trail

I did the short trail. Alone. It’s so overgrown with multiple fallen trees. Got lost. Thank god I use a tracker. Do not go on. Authorities have been notified.

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HikingBugsOver grown

My spouse and I hiked to Kwasitchewan Falls last week and it was incredible! We did the hike in a day. About 10 hours with time to have lunch and enjoy the Falls! The water was high but there were trails made up to the fork to get around the water logged areas. We decided to take the Phillips Lake trail in and back rather than attempting the loop (thanks to the previous review!). At first we missed the slight left turn to take the Phillips Lake side. We kept going until we reached the lake where there were boats and we were trying to look for the trail. We realized we had to back track to find the trail turn (it's not along the lake). Along Phillips Lake trail it was over grown, trees down which we had to climb over and under (it was fun!). The bugs we're tolerable as long as you kept going and had lots of bug spray. We didn't encounter any bears but we were still prepared with bear spray. Pack LOTS of water. We had two bladders full and ran out. Luckily I had my Puritii water bottle so we were able to drink water from the falls and streams along the way. Also there's cell phone service until about the fork and after that there was nothing for us. Overall awesome experience and highly recommend people to see the highest Falls in Manitoba!

Brittany Thiessen reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

I hiked to Sturgeon Falls on the afternoon of July 25, 2020. The trail began from the Nutimik Lake campground, along the gravel road leading to the beach. It just under 4 km round trip hike to Sturgeon Falls. It took me 45 minutes for the hike, not including a stop at Sturgeon Falls. The trail had some ups and downs and followed through forest along a gravel path. The foot bridge was about 500 metres into the hike and it was beautiful! There were amazing views of the Whiteshell River from the bridge. It made for really great photos too. After crossing the bridge, follow the trail to the left (the sign points to Sturgeon Falls). This section of trail travels through peaceful forest and ends at the falls (they were more like rapids and a bit underwhelming, but still nice). There were large rocks for sitting on and enjoying the views. It was fun to watch people attempting to surf and water ski in the rapids and the views were pretty. The trail follows back along the same path. There were hardly any mosquitoes during midday when it was sunny and no flies. It was a very pleasant walk, aside from the intense humidity and heat. Would come back again! I would rate this trail as easy, not moderate, as AllTrails says. It’s mostly flat with some minor ups and downs. My FitBit recorded 116 metres of elevation gain.

Devon Baete reviewed Mossberry Trail
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HikingMuddy

Besides the lakes the trail was just a prior logging trail turned atv road that had deep muddy ponds to try circle around, likely around 500 or so of them. Ralph Lake looked like a nice spot to camp, we stayed at Mossberry and there was no facility just a fire pit.

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BackpackingBugs

Lots of rolling hills but beautiful! Hiked the first part in the heat which was tough but would recommend.

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HikingBugs
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BackpackingOver grown

I hiked this trail solo end of May and it was incredible! At the time it was very overgrown and the trail had a lot of fallen trees. Given it was still very early in the season I was not surprised the trail wasn’t cleaned up yet. I only had some mosquitos and flies late in the evening but easy to deal with. No ticks at all. As many others have pointed out this is a 29KM trail, NOT 23KM. I camped at site #1 next to the helicopter landing zone. Beautiful area next to a small cliff and the best place for sunset views. Make sure to give yourself enough time to enjoy the falls, it is powerful and stunning and SO worth it! I encountered a mama bear and her cub right on trail near the grass river and philips lake fork area less than 40 m ahead of me on trail but didn’t have any issues scaring them away. Be bear smart and carry bear spray. There is no bear box so be ready to hang your food.

Kylie Burfoot reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Hiking

It was very fun we claimed a rock bring water but when you get to the rapids were amazing I love it here highly recommended The mosquitoes were not too bad Bring bug spray

Rachel Penner reviewed Tanager Trail
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Hiking

Well maintained. Saw plenty of deer, birds, and wild turkeys on the trail. Really beautiful when the sun is setting through the trees

Greg Kilburn reviewed Mantario Trail
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Hiking

July 10-13, 2020 Thought weather was ideal. Pack weights 31 lbs each. 50 yr old father with 23 yr old daughter hiked from North to South over 4 days. Overnighted in Ritchey Lake, Alice Lake and Caribou Lake (East). Alice Lake has neither bear box nor toilet but other two did. Two bear sights near Hemenway and Peggy Lake. In both cases bears moved away from us. We were wearing a set of bear bells each the entire hike. Ticks, mosquitos and hornets were a constant. Found head net very helpful. Mosquito repellant (lotion/cream) we found at MEC was excellent. Beautiful and would highly recommend but make no mistake, we are both in above average shape, this is a difficult trail not to be taken lightly. Enjoy!

Agnes Wawrzynczak reviewed Epinette Creek and Newfoundland Ravine
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Hiking

I'm not sure how this trail is only estimated at 29 km on this app. To hike all the Epinette Creek trail loops, the distance is actually 41.7 km return. Did it for the second time but would avoid doing it in this heat because it was hard with mostly open spaces and lots of bugs. You have to make sure to fill up water at cabin 3 because there's no water access until cabin 4 and that's 12 km away from cabin 3. Beautiful hike that is nice to do in 2 days but not when it's super hot and the bugs are horrible. Most people stay at cabin 3 but it's great to hike all the way to cabin 4 where there's hardly anybody there. Didn't see much wildlife, except for deer but last year at cabin 4 we heard cayotes howling in the background, which was pretty cool.

Jackie Patrick reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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campground is open now which allows for easier access. great morning wake up hike to a beautiful view of rapids.

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