Current known trail closures for the Manitoba Trail Network:
*Trails MB will endeavor to keep this list up-to-date; however, the information that we receive is sometimes delayed. Trail users are encouraged to contact the listed agencies above for the most up-to-date information.
- Great Falls Generating Station - SEASONAL ACCESS ONLY. For up-to-date information, you are asked to contact MB Hydro via email: WCE@hydro.mb.ca or to call (204)-360-4235.
- Seven Sisters Generating Station - this trail crossing is subject to frequent closures. For up-to-date information, you are asked to contact MB Hydro via email: WCE@hydro.mb.ca or to call (204)-360-4235.
- The Duff Roblin Parkway Trail at Hwy 59 bridge – ACCESS CLOSED for the duration of bridge construction period. For up-to-date information, you are asked to contact Meagan Boles, Engagement Lead, WSP: Meagan.Boles@wsp.com.
- A small section of the Crow Wing Trail Chemin Saint-Paul, south of St-Pierre–Jolys, is now CLOSED until spring 2022 due to Hydro work being performed in the area. For up-to-date information and a proposed detour routing, you are asked to contact the Crow Wing Trail Association: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Bear Lake Hiking Trail (Whiteshell Provincial Park) TRAIL CLOSED. It is anticipated that the trail will remain closed through the 2021/22 winter season, as construction of new boardwalks, bridge and trail resurfacing occur. For up-to-date information, you are asked to contact Parks: (204) 945-6784, or refer to their website.
- Cedar Bog Trail (Birds Hill Provincial Park) – the back loop of the trail is CLOSED due to construction of a new boardwalk. Please respect the closure and do not cross the barricades. For up-to-date information, you are asked to contact Parks: (204) 945-6784, or refer to their website.
PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO REPORT TRAIL CLOSURES
Trail maintenance issues are the responsibility of the local Trail Steward, which is either the trail owner or a group given authorization to perform maintenance work. Our recommendation is to always make these reports directly to the local Trail Steward/Trail Group when possible. In addition to contacting the local Trail Steward/Trail Group, we are happy to post the information on our website to warn other trail users.
Please send us:
- Information about the closures or obstacles along the trail - especially ones that are safety concerns or block users from passing through.
- Information such as a precise location (GPS waypoint), photos, etc.
- Your contact information.
This information will ensure that the appropriate agencies will be informed, and that if further information is required, we are able to follow up.