Trails Conditions

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Spruce Woods Provincial Park – (as of October 25, 2019)
Epinette, Seton, Yellow Quill, Spirit Sands, Isputinaw and Parsons Hill trails have been cleared of fallen trees from the early October snowstorm.  Work continues on the backcountry trails, so that they will be cleared for snowmobiling this winter.  Hunters should use caution when travelling backcountry routes, and remember that discharge of firearms is prohibited within 300 metres of park roads and trails.

Whiteshell Provincial Park – Multiple Advisories

  • The following trails remain closed as of October 25, 2019: Bear Lake Hiking Trail, Mantario Trail (South Trailhead to Caribou Lake), Whiteshell River Hiking Trail, and McGillivray Falls Hiking Trail remains closed.
  • The Mantario Water Route – South End and the Caddy Lake Tunnels are closed, with no travel from Caddy Lake to Sailing Lake (which includes South Cross and North Cross tunnels).

Birds Hill Provincial Park -Cedar Bog Self-guiding Trail- PARTIAL CLOSURE
Back loop through the cedar bog area closed due to wet conditions and trail deterioration. This closure is to help protect this ecologically sensitive area.

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park –John Lake Trail Re-route
The John Lake Trail (part of the Adam Lake Trail Network) has been re-routed away form the Canada-USA border. The old route is closed and no longer a designated route. See map.

William Lake Provincial Park -Turtle's Back Hiking Trail
The top level of the observation tower at the Turtles Back Summit is closed for repairs. The lower level of the tower remain open.