Crow Wing Trail – Mennonite Landing Site
Sponsored by: KEEN
The Crow Wing Trail is the longest section of The Great Trail in Manitoba, running from Winnipeg all the way to Emerson. Situated on an ancient glacial lake, the trail was originally built to link the Red River Settlement (now Winnipeg) and the Crow Wing Settlement (now St. Paul, Minnesota). It’s ideal for walking, hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing.
Check out the Francophone village of St-Pierre-Jolys, home to a fascinating museum and great dining options. Make a stop at the Senkiw Swinging Bridge, built in 1946 to transport children to school across the river.