CROW WING TRAIL

The Crow Wing Trail is the longest section of the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba. At 191 km long it connects Emerson to Winnipeg through the municipalities of Emerson, Franklin, Roseau River First Nation, De Salaberry, St-Pierre-Jolys, Niverville, and Ritchot.

Empruntez cette ancienne piste pour chars à bœufs. Il était autrefois le principal chemin entre le Fort Garry à Winnipeg et St. Paul, au Minnesota. Au cours du 19e siècle, ce chemin longeait la rive est de la rivière Rouge, suivant le tracé de ce qui est aujourd'hui devenu l'autoroute 59. Cette piste fait aujourd’hui partie du Sentier transcanadien, entre Winnipeg et Emerson.

NEW:South side of Roseau River - closest to river

1st Trail Maintenance Pass for 2016 complete

Go to The Trail and Trail Conditions for more info.

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Go to The Association and Annual Meetings to

download presentations for last three years.

CROW WING TRAIL IS NOW ON FACEBOOK!  Click here!

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Follow/support our Association’s efforts in getting sections of highways built over the original Crow Wing Trail designated as Crow Wing Heritage Highway. This is similar to Dawson Trail, LaVérendrye Trail and Lord Selkirk Highway.

Taken by G Beaudry September 25, 2015CLICK HERE FOR EXCITING NEWS ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TOUR PACKAGE ON THE CROW WING TRAIL!

 

 

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Length:

191 km

Difficulty:

Easy - Difficult

Trail Surfaces:

Dirt, gravel, grass, asphalt

Activities:

Hiking, walking, running, off-road biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing

Nearby Communities:

St. Adolphe
Niverville
Otterburne
St-Pierre-Jolys
La Rochelle
St. Malo
Senkiw
Roseau Rapids
Greenridge
Ridgeville
Emerson

Municipalities