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Arrowhead Trail is a 2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Division No. 17, Manitoba, Canada that features a great forest setting. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 318 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Walking Running Forest
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The Arrowhead Trail is 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 is well maintained and is beautiful both in the summer and the fall, although be prepared for lots of mosquitoes in the summer. Fall can be a much more enjoyable time to hike if you are the kind of person who really attracts mosquitos.

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Dayna Hinkel
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HikingGreat!

A fun little trail we completed September 29 before leaving Clear Lake. Takes about 40 minutes to complete the loop.

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cindy gould
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Scenic with some inclines to keep it interesting. Lots of tree roots. Brisk walk took about 50 mins.

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Kate B
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Liked this hike, lots of ups and downs but otherwise nothing too difficult. Good hike for fall as it wasn’t buggy or too wet

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Jeff Jones
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HikingGreat!

Great trail , kid friendly with a few hills to deal with. One lookout we didn’t go to as it had some water / mud and didn’t want to get soaked. Well maintained and easy to follow loop.

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Clif Donaldson
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HikingGreat!

Great trail!! Love it. one of my favourites!

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Kylie Zachedniak
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troy williams
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fantastic loop!! we did it on our bikes

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Mary Ann Talbot
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Great!

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J Merritt
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Just hiked this trail for the first time this season. We headed in on July 8th and the mosquitos were so bad we turned around after 15 minutes. They’re still there but numbers are decreasing. This time I picked a cool enough day to layer clothing and wore a mosquito head net. So grateful for that because they dive at your face. The trail overall was in decent shape but with all the rain some areas eroded and there are lots of roots sticking out. Fast walking this trail is 45 minutes and leisurely 1.5 hours—White Birch—

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Ronald Connor
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Cory Gergulich
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HikingGreat!

Good trail for exercise but in my opinion not much to see.

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Benjamin Sparks
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HikingGreat!

Well groomed trail, diverse landscape, short but sweet, great view of Pudge Lake, and had the added bonus of seeing a buck deer. I would recommend this trail.

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Brandon Eskra
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A little wet from the recent thunderstorms

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Marc Holt
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First off, I forgot to stop recording before driving away which is why my map is weird. Now.... it’s a nice trail. Unfortunately, due to the amount of rain recently the trail is wet, muddy, flooded, or actual running water in various spots, but it’s still manageable. Overall, a nice walk in the bush.

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Ali Simpson
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Hiked this trail in December. It is so beautiful in the winter and was easy to do without snow shoes. Loved it!

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Kendra Declercq
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Hiking

great hike. nice and easy if your a first time hiker.

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Randy Piwniuk
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Hiking

Excellent maintained trail with a cross section of topography. Takes less than an hour to complete at a moderate pace.

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Brittany Thiessen
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Hiking

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 beautiful nature, colourful wildflowers, and a variety of plant life. There were some ups and downs along the trail which made it interesting and got the heart rate up a bit. The trail was well maintained and easy to follow. I really enjoyed the scenery on this hike! Would recommend.

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Piper L
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It was an easy hike with some nice hills throughout

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Betty Dryden
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Lots of hills. Good exercise. Good condition. We always do it twice, going in opposite direction the second time. More hills that way which we like.

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Adam B
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Pretty easy to run, beautiful lake! I was able to run arrowhead and kinasao in the same run.

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Julian Julian Wiebe
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A well maintained trail with a view of the lake though the trees. This is the first time on the trail and I feel like some of the views must have grown over. I say this as there are several benches along the way that look directly into the bush with nothing specific to draw the eyes.

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Erin Mckenzie
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This is a nice easy trail. Very pretty.

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Brittany Thiessen
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Hiking

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!

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Samantha Deuchars
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on it right now! love it

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mwallgirl User
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Lovely easy trail!

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

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