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marta singh reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Dana Poulton reviewed North Shore Falcon Lake Trail
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The trail is very close to the road or highway most of it and went in late fall. So one side was the road and the other was trees with no leaves. The trail was clear and flat and would be a great trail for biking. Only did 4km of the 6 before turning around but was a nice trail just not really scenic.

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Jessica Gladue reviewed Dragon Fire Self-Guiding Trail
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Short, moderate trail with a gorgeous view.

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Melodie Kurys reviewed Mantario Trail
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Trails in awesome condition for Nov. 7th! A bit of mud from melting snow and the two beaver dams were icy. Met some guys who were removing downed trees for firewood from the old airport road area where the fire happened. At least the dead trees are going to good use! West Cariboo was a gorgeous place for hot chocolate & trail mix! On the way back I met three groups of people going for an overnighter at West Cariboo. So happy I decided to do the trail this late in the season!

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Joseph L reviewed Mantario Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

Cool.

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Laura Ashley reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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I always enjoy checking out the scenery of this trail when at Nutimik campground. Right after you cross the bridge there’s another trail that splits off to the right which apparently connects to the Pine Point Rapids trail.

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Completed the 13 km section from Bear Lake to McGillivray Falls in 3.25 hrs. Perfect conditions: dry and no bugs. The first 2/3 had stunning scenery and interesting terrain; ranging from a beaver dam crossing, to granite ridges, to mossy forest floors. A few climbs required. The last third or so turned into straight granite ridge walking. We saved a bunch of time here, but it was a bit rough on the ankles and knees walking on a slant the whole time. Very well marked the whole way, but got to keep your head up for those cairns! Bear Lake and McGillivray trailheads were swamped with people but we only crossed paths with a handful on this beautiful section in between.

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Lisa Giesbrecht reviewed Mantario Trail
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Jessica Hartley reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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easy groomed trail. not too interesting until the "falls" at the end. good for all levels

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Jousamine Mendoza reviewed Dragon Fire Self-Guiding Trail
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Jeremy Darvill reviewed Dragon Fire Self-Guiding Trail
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Catallea P reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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Beautiful however there was a group of people with teens/kids being disrespectful towards nature and other hikers. Climbing on bridge, yelling, throwing big rocks from the bridge, dragging branches and logs onto the trail to create unnecessary obstacles for others. Ridiculous behaviour. The trail itself was beautiful and easy.

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Dimitris Protsios reviewed Whiteshell River Bridge Trail
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First to Review

Nice trail but a little muddy. Nice walking along side Big Whiteshell Lake to Crow Duck Lake lodge road.

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Aug 2019 eastern-northern MN, Canada (Ontario, Manitoba) trip. Third Canada visit last was 10 years ago in summer. Manitoba is also mine #3 Canadian province. Day 7 Whiteshell is #1 Provincial Park to visit in Manitoba. Didn’t hike it but was only steps away from trail at Crescent Beach. Only reason for review was mine big surprise to learn of unusual origins of West Hawk Lake, formed by meteorite. It is also DEEPEST lake in whole Manitoba at 110 meters. P 19-25

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Earl Isaak reviewed Mantario Trail
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We did 5 days, staying at Ritchey, Moosehead, Marion and Caribou Lakes. The trail is well-marked and generally easy to follow, although we learned the hard way that checking your map regularly is important even if you feel confident about your sense of direction. Be prepared for mud, slippery log crossings, lots of short steep granite climbs, great views, pleasant lakeside campgrounds shared with friendly like-minded people. This campsite review helped us with packing decisions: https://youtu.be/UyuKnxOv7uo

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Kate B reviewed Mantario Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

Have done this trail several times and prefer going south to North. I feel like you get the harder part over with. I find doing it in 4 days/3 nights is a nice pace. The lakes are so beautiful and I love that most of the camp spots have bear boxes. Some have picnic tables. Favourite time of year is August as there is usually less bugs, dry, lakes are warm for swimming and still plenty of sun.

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Laura Ashley reviewed Dragon Fire Self-Guiding Trail
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I try to do this trail every year. Just a short walk, but stunning views of West Hawk Lake! Very little effort for such a reward.

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Laura Ashley reviewed Mantario Trail
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My first time on the Mantario; did the south trailhead to caribou west leg and stayed overnight. Completed each way in 2:45 with a 27 lb bag. Beautiful trail, no mosquitoes or ticks, great fall weather. The trail from the old air tower to the west campsites was pretty easy; an old flat trail. We could see the Nora/Florence private access road from the split at the tower! Only one really boggy section this time of year.

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Mike Kang reviewed Mantario Trail
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still fun

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Tara Gair reviewed Mantario Trail
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Melodie Kurys reviewed Mantario Trail
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Amazing trail! I hiked the trail solo for the first time. Stayed at Marion and Mantario Lake. Both campsites were in excellent condition. It’s been a few years since I’ve hiked this trail and I forgot what a good workout this trail gives you. Definitely as good as any trail in the mountains. Very quiet during the week. I hiked Monday to Wednesday and passed 5 people the entire 65 kms. The trail is so much easier to navigate then it was a few years ago. A huge plus. We are so lucky to have this trail in Manitoba! Not sure why but the length of trail and elevation are not accurate in this app?

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