Explore the most popular trail running trails in Manitoba with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on La Barrière Park Loop

nature trips
11 days ago

Nice trail for a winter walk. A few blue Jay's but not much else. Park has almost completed the new washrooms.

hiking
25 days ago

Amazing hike! Beautiful views, climbs and forested areas. Difficult but doable terrain (can be very slippery when wet!). My friend and I completed the hike in six hours (including an hour of photo taking and hanging out at the trail end). Only complaint is that it is poorly marked on the way out. We actually found a fellow hiker who had circled back by accident due to the poor markers. I would suggest using this app to keep track of your hike. But can't wait to do it again!

have taken the family and dogs many times. can be muddy and does get busy, but is always nice to go to for a quick getaway.

Such an impressive trail in Manitoba. Loved the rocky inclines that make you feel as if you're no longer in the prairies but the rockies!!

❤it

hiking
1 month ago

The Arrowhead Trail is a moderate 3.4 km loop just off Highway 19, a short drive from Wasagaming.

The trail follows through the forest and passes by a lake close to the beginning, which you can catch some views of through the trees. It is a pretty hike with some gentle inclines and sloped sections along the way, adding a nice manageable challenge.

The trail was well maintained and is beautiful both in the summer and the fall, although be prepared for lots of mosquitoes in the summer. Fall was a much more enjoyable time to hike there as I was able to stop and take photos without being eaten alive immediately.

Would recommend!

hiking
1 month ago

The Brule Trail is a favourite of mine in Riding Mountain and is always a go-to hike when I am in the park.

The trail is a loop leading through the peaceful forest to Kinosao Lake. The trail is fairly easy and flat with no elevation gain or uphill sections. Right before reaching the lake, you cross a lovely boardwalk section of the trail, which makes for some beautiful photos.

Kinosao Lake is a gem. In the early morning, the water is so calm and the atmosphere is so serene. You can sometimes hear loons. There is always a canoe laying under a tree at the edge of the water by the dock with paddles and life jackets underneath it, for anyone to take out onto the water. I always love photographing the lake from the dock and enjoying the peaceful atmosphere among nature. There are also great views of the lake (and photo opportunities) right after crossing the boardwalk heading back on the trail, with a bench positioned along the water.

Would highly recommend hiking this trail, especially in the early morning when you will experience the tranquility at the lake. Gorgeous place!

It was fun both times. In winter Snowshoeing and fall hiking!

Very easy to follow. Trail is nothing special but the view at the end is nice.

Great little hike with my 6 yr old.

2 months ago

Great hike. Benches and Dock at the lake. Optional short route. Will do again.

road biking
2 months ago

It’s a decent trail if you just want to stretch your legs for a bit and live in the area. There’s not much for shade so it can get pretty warm pretty quickly in the summer.

The entire perimeter of the loop is 1km so it helps you to track your distance. Beautiful park, paved path. Just a great scenic place for a walk anytime of the day in any season!

We did this trail yesterday. Its an easy walk on what is largely a gravel road that runs from the falcon trail resort to high lake. An enjoyable walk that does have you in full sun for most of the hike.

on Brule Trail

hiking
3 months ago

A 4km loop trail with an option for a turnoff to do a shorter 2km loop. An enjoyable, easy trail for families with Kinasao lake as a scenic destination. Minimal undulation and drier than the nearby arrowhead trail. Approximately a 1 hour investment at a medium pace with young children.

on Langford Trails Loop

hiking
3 months ago

Excellent trail, well marked with lots of options

Just a nice easy trail with lots of wildlife

Personally prefer the aspen trail over the others as it is paved with wood chips and is very well shaded. All the trails are marked clearly. Definitely a must if you’d prefer to go for a walk within the city but want to feel closer to nature.

LOVE this trail! So scenic and nice and challenging!

hiking
3 months ago

A bit aggressive pick for this ol’ flatlanders first hike, but proud of doing 9 kms.!

nature trips
3 months ago

Quick, easy well marked trail. Perfect for small kids. Nice look out tower at the top and picnic table with historic plaque on Copernicus.

This is marked as a easy trail but 1/2 the trail is walking uphill so I’d say it’s more a moderate. Nice, quiet trail otherwise.

on it right now! love it

hiking
3 months ago

We are novice hikers, but we really enjoyed this trail. We were underprepared (not nearly enough water, bad shoes that made the hike back painful), and had underestimated the distance somewhat, so learn from our mistakes! The trail was enjoyable with lots of fun rock climb sections and neat changes of scenery; I’m grateful we are able to do those. Total: about five hours hike time in (to the shelter) and out, with a nice 30 minute break in the middle.

good trail .. well marked
would do it again

No longer lightly used, many people on the weekends

hiking
3 months ago

Amazing trail loved it, great views !!

hiking
3 months ago

Great, challenging hike with beautiful views! Expect alternating terrain, lots of roots and broken rock. Go for a swim at the end!

This is a real gem. My favourite hike in Manitoba. Don’t let the fact that it’s in a prairie province fool you. Took us 4.5 hours with minimal breaks. Perfect for an active dog. Bring water!

This trail begins and ends in the Black's Point Beach Parking lot. Originally, it consisted of a 2km loop with interpretive bulletins posted along the way. Recently, (2018) a new loop was cut near the trailhead, nearly tripling the trail length. This new loop rejoins the original trail just down stream of its origin. You have the option of turning left to add to your hike or continuing straight on the original trail. There are several side trails giving hikers access to most intersections in the Black's point Subdivision, if they prefer.

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