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schneeschuhwandern
schnee
steinig
1 day ago

I snowshoed the Bear Lake Trail on a guided trek with Manitoba Parks in the winter and it was amazing and beautiful! The 6 km out and back trail starts out by entering the forest briefly before crossing a set of train tracks and an open meadow and then re-entering the woods where it continues to follow through for the rest of the hike. There were lots of ups and downs as the trail crossed the Canadian Shield and a steep descent before arriving at the lake. Right before the descent, while standing on the top of the rock, there were amazing views of the lake and surrounding landscape. At the lake, we sat on a large fallen tree and enjoyed a snack with views of the sea of undisturbed fresh snow covering the lake. The atmosphere was so peaceful and calm. There was thick frost on the trees which created such gorgeous scenery. Every once and awhile, my nose caught the amazing smell of junipers which was so nice. It was a wonderful day to spend appreciating nature. There is a small parking lot and outhouse bathroom at the trailhead. The trail had been packed down by other snowshoers but it was still fluffy snow and plenty deep enough for snowshoeing. It was well marked with flagging tape on the trees and frequent blue arrow signs posted on the trees as well. The trail was not groomed or maintained so there were tree branches in the face sometimes and a few fallen trees to watch out for. Overall, I really loved this trail and it was great for snowshoeing! I would rate this trail as moderately challenging (not easy as AllTrails says), due to the frequent inclines and declines (some steep). Bring hiking poles, as they were helpful on the steep descent to the lake. The Parks Interpreter told us that the trail is often a swamp in the summer and fall, so winter is the best time to enjoy this trail.

wandern
schnee
1 day ago

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
1 day ago

wandern
2 days ago

Awesome trails

wandern
3 days ago

Hiked it today. Nice and clear, firm underfoot. Lovely easy walking. Nice that you can choose from 2 different loops, and about 5 different trails from the same parking lot with another one just across the road

wandern
3 days ago

Lovely trail but should be moderate. Good for hiking or snowshoeing. Go left first or the scramble back up the hill is pretty hard going. Along the side of the bead lakes is beautiful. I feel you see prettier scenery if you take the left fork, other way round the best views are behind you

wandern
5 days ago

Good

wandern
schnee
5 days ago

if you are able too, leave the trail and walk the river in winter. not as much foot traffic as in summer. it is a nice easy trail. was snowshoeing today, and it was great.

wandern
schnee
16 days ago

wandern
20 days ago

Easy hike in the snow. Very close to buildings and such , lots of car noise but still nice for in the city. Can walk on the river too now that it is frozen. Lots of trails leading onto it.

wandern
21 days ago

Another Winnipeg gem!

wandern
22 days ago

Great!

gehen
23 days ago

Great trail. Liked that there are lots of trails to explore. Could use a few more garbage cans in some areas for dog poop bags. Will be going more often to this park and use it during summer and fall.

skilanglauf
25 days ago

Trails haven’t been groomed but there are skiers tracks laid down. Not nearly enough snow, but still skiable.

wandern
25 days ago

A great place to go at any season. A nice spot for bird watching too.

wandern
abseits des Weges
schnee
25 days ago

wandern
schnee
26 days ago

Hit this trail with snowshoes on New Years Day. If you go left at the beginning, it starts out fairly easy and then gains difficulty degree as you go, about half way. Scenery changes from edge of lake to forest, it’s actually awesome. Even a place to sit down half way after climbing a steep hill. This was demanding in the snow on snowshoes. I’m sure in the summer on foot it’s much different and less taxing. The views were great. I’m sure they’re even better when the lake isn’t frozen and covered in snow. Took us about 3 hours, 9.7km the watch tracked. Path was beaten down in the snow, it was perfect the whole way.

wandern
26 days ago

Nice spot for a short walk. Also a great place to stop for picnic lunch and enjoy the falls.

This must be my favorite trail in the Whiteshell. I have been hiking this trail with my family since I was a small kid. There have been many changes over the years. The look out is heaven on earth!

wandern
26 days ago

Great trail. Busy today. Some fallen trees from fall storm but easily passable

wandern
29 days ago

My brother convinced me to join him on a hike and this is where he decided to take me. This was my first really hike and I tried to talk myself out of it 3 times. He still convinced me to go and I'm glad he did. This was a great 9km hike. Lots of great scenery, and definitely got my heart rate up. I strongly suggest this for anyone.

wandern
1 month ago

Very well groomed trail!, love this area!

wandern
steinig
sturmholz
1 month ago

A nice hike, a little Rocky but a nice little hike.

wandern
schnee
1 month ago

The Cedar Bog Trail is a 3.5 km loop hike in Bird’s Hill Provincial Park. This is one of my favourite hikes in the park and I love the beautiful scenery! The hike passes through a mix of landscapes including birch and aspen forest, grasslands and cedar forest. The setting is very peaceful and I especially love the cedar portion. This trail is beautiful to hike in all seasons. In the spring and summer, the cedar part of the trail is often wet, marshy and muddy (involves hopping across rocks or logs). In the fall, I enjoy the gorgeous mix of colours on the leaves in the forest. I have hiked this trail during this winter and loved the pop of green of the cedar leaves against the white winter backdrop. The atmosphere in the winter is still and calm. There are benches to sit and enjoy the lovely forest along the way and bird feeders in the cedar section to do some bird watching or feeding. Snowshoeing doesn’t work well here unfortunately, as the trail is groomed regularly and packed by people walking. It’s great for hiking though. The trail is flat and easy and the perfect length. It is a very enjoyable place to immerse yourself in nature and appreciate the surrounding beauty. It can be a busy trail in any season, but I have never experienced crowds here and even when there are a lot of cars in the parking lot, people are often spaced out enough that you might not even encounter anyone along the hike.

I really enjoyed this little trail. Lots of beautiful carvings. Tons of people out enjoying the winter day. Lots of cute Christmas decor in the trees. Tons of deer and wildlife. My only issue was parking. I am not from here and it was hard to find a street to park at to do this trail

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