CROW WING TRAIL

The Crow Wing Trail is one of the longest sections of the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba. At 193 km long, it connects Emerson to Winnipeg though 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.

17th Annual Meeting

You couldn’t make the meeting but want to know how it went? Well, you missed out on great food and hospitality from the Ginew Wellness Centre on the Roseau River First Nation! An interesting presentation from Elder Charlie Nelson on their proposed cultural centre and his orientation package to their rich culture; and Alex Yuzma from Trails Manitoba presented their new web map and the Great Trail App.

You can also click here to view the CWTA AGM 2017 Presentation with President Murielle Bugera’s report.

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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