Manitoba Trail Directory

One of the big projects we’ve committed to here at Trail Run Manitoba for 2018 is to create the best, most comprehensive trail directory for the province. Although we have a crack team already hard at work (ie. trail running and taking notes!), it would be great to get your input. What trails do you run? We want to make sure we get everything, so add yours to the comments below. We might be in touch to get more info.

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7 thoughts on “Manitoba Trail Directory

  1. Sue says:

    Crawford Creek Trail in Riding Mtn. One of the best hill work out runs ever.

  2. Maria Purificacion says:

    Pine Point Rapids in the White Shell. It’s very pretty and fun to run. The Cascading rapids is always a treat.

  3. Dale Nesbitt says:

    A short but sweet trail in the city is the monkey trail that starts behind the Wallace building at the UofM campus. About 2.5 miles long out & back.

  4. Rob says:

    Mantario Trail in Whiteshell is mostly in MB and is an epic one day trail run.

  5. Jeremie says:

    Lake Minnewasta trail around the lake in Morden. Optionally a spur section of the Trans-Canada trail with good hills can be joined to on the West side of the trail.

  6. Kim Booth says:

    The trails in the Brandon Hills Conservation Area about 10 minutes drive south east of Brandon. There 3 main trails (2.5km, 5km, 7.5km) and dozens of other trails that have been developed over the years for mountain biking. The main trails are tracked for skiing in the winter. The trails are situated on a hilly escarpment area so runners can get some good challenging workouts in.
    Secondly, the trails in the Turtle Mountain Provincial park south of Boissevain are awesome. Again, the trails are on nice rolling terrain, there are cabins to stop in at similar to Spruce Woods. They are nicely tracked for skiing in the winter and there is a warming hut and heated washroom to change out of damp clothes for the drive home.

  7. Jeff Bond says:

    South of Brandon there are certainly the Brandon hills trails. A bit further south from there is the Souris River Bend Conservation Area with a nice trail system and some decently high and steep hills. Next to Riding Mountain, these are the best I’ve found around.

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