Recreational Trails

The Whiteshell Provincial Park at sunset, Assiniboine Trail and Pinawa ChannelRecreational trails in Manitoba provide a wide variety of great places to get active with your family and friends and explore Manitoba’s great outdoors. Trails can be accessed year-round through activities such as walking, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.

Manitoba’s parks and trails offer endless opportunities to be active all year long.

  • Go for a walk or hike
  • Ride your bike
  • Go horseback riding
  • Camp
  • Cross-country ski
  • Snowshoe
  • Skate
  • Swim
  • Paddle a canoe or kayak
  • Row a boat
  • Cook a meal outdoors
  • Explore nature
  • Just PLAY!

Regular daily activity creates a healthier, happier you - and you’ll build positive, lasting memories, too. Be sure to wear a helmet when cycling in parks and on trails!

Trails Manitoba and the Trans Canada Trail

Trails Manitoba is the official body responsible for the Trans Canada Trail (TCT) in Manitoba. In Manitoba the TCT is over 1,500 km long, winding through boreal shield, river-bottom forest, tall grass prairie, the Pembina Hills, western uplands, and more.

More information on trails in Manitoba, and access to an interactive trail map is available at: