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Pinawa Trail

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A mix of recently cut and still little used trail from the Heritage Park, with at times a recently laid in base (still soft), some fire roads and shield terrain. Trail is more used from and around the suspension bridge through the town of Pinawa
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Latitude
50.15743561471185
Longitude
-95.86790084838867
Trail Directions
Suggested start at Pinawa Dam Provincial Heritage Park on nbr.520 or at the Pinawa Suspension bridge off nbr. 211 (just before the town and well marked).
Trail Length
5 mi. to bridge and 2 mi. from brige to town
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Pinawa
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Review Date
September 15, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Ben , from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Summary:
Interesting mix of various terrain, with sections between the Pinawa Heritage Dam site and the suspension bridge just recently cut and still somewhat soft. This trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail and is well marked and should be well maintained. This is a multi use trail so priority and curtesy should be extended to hikers/walkers. Trail winds also through the town of Pinawa with more users there so be careful with joggers/hikers etc. Shield terrain between the suspension bridge and the town but nothing more than intermediate ability needed and maybe less if you are willing to walk a few limited sections. Good workout, good views particularly from the bridge to the town. Abt 10 mi. one way 15-16km.

Recommended Route:
see above
map of trail available at www.mrta.mb.ca

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Falcon Lake to West Hawk multi use trail - abt 16km one way. Good gravel base single track, not technically difficult but great work out on a tricky surface when pushing hard.



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