«OLDER POSTS NEWER POSTS»

10-11-19

Hiking and Biking Trails in Winnipeg

During the summer the weather is nicer and there is so much more to do. You can go camping, check out local farmers’ markets and more! If you want to spend even more time outdoors, you can also check out the many exciting hiking and biking trails in Winnipeg. Hiking and biking is not only great exercise, but it’s fun!

Winnipeg Trails Association

One way to find the perfect trail for you, is by visiting the Winnipeg Trails Association website. This organization is made up of volunteer trail builders and trail users who aim to further develop trails in Winnipeg. This association if compiled of over 40 different organizations and partners who are focused on this cause. The site has a whole list of trails with maps so you can find the right route for your adventure. One of the these trails is the Bishop Grandin Greenway Trail.

Bishop Grandin Trail East

This particular trail is the longest multi-use trail and it spans just over 12 km. The trail has asphalt surfacing, parking, washrooms and many points of interest. These points of interest include Fort Garry Bridge Park, Butterfly gardens, fruit orchard, community gardens, public art named ‘land/mark’, eco-education site, Louis Riel Sr. Route, Bois Des Esprits Trail System and Sage Creek Trail. All of these exciting sites are full of beautiful Winnipeg wilderness. This is just one of the many trails available. You could even challenge yourself to hit every trail this summer!

If you are looking for a vehicle that can help you get to all these exciting hiking and biking trails, we suggest buying or leasing a vehicle from Craig Dunn Motor City. The GMC Terrain would be particular useful for bringing everyone and everything you need along for the adventure. You could even get a bike rack to make it easier to travel with your bicycle. Schedule a test drive today!

What events are happening this October in Manitoba?

What events are happening this October in Manitoba?

Where can we pick some fruit?

Where can we pick some fruit?

CATEGORIES »
TAGS »

Contact Us:

Name:
Email:
Message: