Explore the most popular walking trails in Riding Mountain National Park Of Canada with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great Lake loop! Ran into some bears as well!
Great changes in trail conditions, mostly dry, however does have some muddy spots. Try it out

Such an awesome easy going trail to Kinosao Lake.

Great winter trail!

Lovely easy trail!

4 months ago

Well groomed for snowshoeing

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5 months ago

In winter with new fresh snow this trail is gorgeous!

I did the full loop in winter time. No mud, fresh snow. Enjoyed a lot the entire trail. There were moose footprints along the trail.

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7 months ago

I have done this trail multiple times. Excellent changes of scenery with all the elevation changes and there are ropes and steps to help climb back up from the bottom of the trail where the creek is. On the south side you can park and connect with the trails via the North Escarpment or connect onto the Reeves ravine trail from the east trailhead parking area. Currently , late September, is the best time of year to do this trail with leaves falling and nice comfortable temps. You do lose cell service totally in the middle parts of the trail but strangely enough you get a four bar signal at the trailhead.

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7 months ago

I recently did the scenic Reeve's ravine, Gorge creek , Bald hill loop of 21 KM. Breathtaking early fall scenery and the falling foliage opens up the trails especially Gorge creek this time of year. Excellent workout and much more scenery than one would expect in the middle of the prairies.

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8 months ago

Beautiful trail! Almost did the entire trail, but was interrupted by a bear!!

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8 months ago

The hike was amazing it took us 2 hours. We started at the top of end of the mountain so it was easy hiking down. Other fellow hikers we saw on the way said they don't recommend hiking from the bottom parking lot coz one will have to do a lot of hiking up. We hiked September and one of the park ranger told us all the bears were preparing to hibernate they are eating all the pine nuts on the trail so we saw about 50+ bear droppings fresh and old. Saw beautiful birds, foxes and garter snakes too. The hike was amazing kids can do it too. Bring lots of water and food.

8 months ago

This trail was incredible. It wasn't as strenuous as I anticipated, but there are a few pretty steep inclines. The views were stunning and the trail was easy to navigate. At the bald hill junction there was a 7 minute (hike) detour that takes you directly to bald hill. Even though it's not technically part of the trail, I highly suggest taking the detour! The views on top of bald hill are absolutely breathtaking!
I had my first bear encounter on this (Reeves Ravine) trail. Luckily the bear was more scared of me than I was of it, and it took off fairly quick. There was LOTS of poop along the trail, so the encounter didn't surprise me too much. Overall, a fantastic experience on this trail! Highly suggest it, but remember we are sharing these trails with wild animals who call the wilderness their home. Please, please, please be respectful and safe! :)

Took my 10 year old grandson. Nice trail and we got to see a bear.

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9 months ago

Excellent trail, properly rated as difficult. Not recommended hiking when trail is wet (steep slopes and slippery clay & shale). Trail has parking at each end of trail. There is a privy & BBQ's at the east end parking lot. This track is not the full trail as we tracked 4.5km (one way), the most scenic section of the actual 6.4km starting from the east trailhead.

10 months ago

First half is a hard slog through mud with not much to redeem it. If I did it again (which I probably won't), I'd start at the trail end, go halfway, and come back. Better views and more wildlife that direction. But there are much better trails in this area, such as Gorge Creek.

10 months ago

Great trail even for young children. Well groomed but has light traffic

10 months ago

Nice trail, will reward you halfway a beautiful scenery of Lake Kinosao and sometimes you just have to bring mosquito net during summer.

Awesome trail! So much beauty to be seen in the middle of the prairies, highly recommend it, challenging for sure but we took our family with kids under 10 just have to take your time & be careful. We'll be going again for sure

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11 months ago

Very enjoyable hike. There was several fallen trees that covering the trail. None the less these were easy to maneuver, making the hike a bit more interesting. There were no wet or muddy patches that we encountered during our hike. Over all it was great.

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