Pinawa Trail


Pinawa’s section of the Trans Canada Trail traverses mixed forest, granite ridges, and beaver dams as it winds from the Pinawa Dam Provincial Park to the Seven Sisters Generating Station. This section of the trail includes the Pinawa Channel Heritage Walk, Ironwood Trail, and Alice Chambers Trail.  

Thousands of visitors experience the beauty, diversity of wildlife, and the exhilaration of just being outdoors in what seems to be an untouched area. Always check ahead for Pinawa Trail Conditions prior to heading out, especially during wet weather.

The Alice Chambers Trans Canada Trail north of Pinawa is a well-worn track through a fairly level terrain, which makes it an easy hike or bike for all ages and abilities.   The area that the trail winds though features a wide variety of trees and shrubs.  The beauty of the trail is in the chance to see wildlife such as bear, deer, marten, and perhaps a fox, many fruit bearing trees in the fall, and the diverse migratory and resident birds, which makes the trail a destination for birders.


  • Pinawa Dam Provincial Park
  • Seven Sisters Generating Station
  • Pinawa Channel Heritage Walk
  • Ironwood Trail
  • Alice Chambers Trail
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Birding opportunities (Pinawa Trail is part of the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail)


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