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Pinawa’s Great Trail

Pinawa’s Great Trail

  Pinawa’s section of the Great Trail, formerly known as the Trans Canada Trail, spans 27.5 kilometres, from the Seven Sisters Falls Hydro Dam in the south, to the historic Old Pinawa Dam Heritage Park in the north. The trail travels through boreal forest and over granite outcrops of the Canadian Shield. Along its length […]

Canada Day on the Great Trail

Canada Day on the Great Trail

What better way to celebrate Canada Day than with a hike on the Trans Canada Trail. Please join me on July 1 as I lead a guided hike along a beautiful stretch of trail in Pinawa, Manitoba. Where: The hike will begin and end at the Pinawa Marina. We will hike along the Ironwood Trail, […]

Cycling Pinawa to Seven Sisters

Cycling Pinawa to Seven Sisters

Approximately 17 kilometres from Pinawa town centre to Seven Sisters town centre. Pinawa’s favourite cycling path is back! The Trans Canada Trail between Pinawa and Seven Sisters is open for business again.  This trail has been closed for almost two years – first due to construction at the Pinawa lagoons, and then because of construction […]

Winter Hike Pinawa to Seven Sisters

Winter Hike Pinawa to Seven Sisters

Take your honey to lunch this Valentine’s Day – or any day, and enjoy one of the best walks in the area to get there. The temperatures are predicted to soar above zero this week – the perfect time for your first hike of the year to Seven Sisters.  Add to that a new Italian […]

Dana Where Are You?

Today the Traillady and the Great Hiker were supposed to get together for a meal and a walk on the Pinawa portion of the Trans Canada Trail. Sadly,we missed each other. Here in Pinawa I am somewhat known as a walker. I’m not really sure but it’s possible that people call me the crazy hiker behind […]

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Winter in Victoria

Imagine, Manitoba if winter lasted a week (or two, we aren’t done yet), gave you plenty of beautiful fluffy white snow to play in and never dipped below zero degrees celsius during the day. Imagine, Manitoba if they canceled all work, school and shhh… don’t tell anyone but even military protection so everyone could just […]