Crow Wing Trail

The Crow Wing Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It was used for the fur trade in the 1800's. Today connects communities using country roads, community parks, bush and pasture trails.

The Crow Wing Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba, connecting Winnipeg to Emerson at the Canada U.S. Border. It closely follows the route of a Red River Ox-Cart Trail used in the mid-1800’s.

For years, the Trail was tucked away in history. Since 1999 however, it has enjoyed a revival in interest thanks to the Trans Canada Trail dream. Volunteers from five rural municipalities and one First Nation south of Winnipeg created the Crow Wing Trail Association and have since demonstrated an unrelenting commitment to developing today’s Crow Wing Trail.

Today’s Trail connects communities using country roads, community parks, bush and pasture trails, dikes and road allowances. The result is a 193-km adventure with a rich history, diverse geography and friendly communities.

Box 268 St.Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba
cwta@crowwingtrail.ca
Website