Best trails in Gimli, Manitoba

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Explore the most popular trails near Gimli with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Map of trails in Gimli, Manitoba
Top trails (3)
#1 - Steeple Trail
Gimli, Manitoba
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 35 m
This trail is particularly beautiful in the fall. You could also bring along your bathing suit and go for a dip in the lake if you're hiking on a hot day (water shoes/sandals may be a good idea!)Show more
#2 - Birch Trail
Camp Morton Provincial Park
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Length: 2.1 mi • Est. 52 m
The Birch Trail in Camp Morton Provincial Park begins at the campground parking on this map, but has many options to park and enter the loop off of PR 222. It winds through a pure stand of birch trees and is especially suited for novices. Users will appreciate forest cover overhead and on the ground, and spectacular views of Lake Winnipeg from 20-30 foot tall bluffs. There are options to descend down to the beach of Lake Winnipeg. The trail is spectacular for autumn colours and is quite comfortable once the mosquitoes have been knocked back a bit. During summer, dress and spray for biting insects, including mosquitoes and ticks. In times of high precipitation some sections of the trail may be muddy. In the winter months only skiing is permitted on groomed trails. Vehicles require a Manitoba Parks pass.Show more
#3 - Pincherry Trail
Camp Morton Provincial Park
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 59 m
Located in Camp Morton Provincial Park, Pincherry is a seasonal trail you can hike when the water levels are low and cross-country ski in the winter. The trail is largely flat and wide and has stands of oak, ash, birch, poplar, spruce, and plenty of forest flowers. Show more