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From Winnipeg I went South all the way to the US border on the "Crow Wing Trail". A historical trail but very...
From Winnipeg I went South all the way to the US border on the "Crow Wing Trail". A historical trail but very difficult to ride, nevertheless interesting. At the border, which is only a ditch, I turned West and went through a part of Manitoba, where you still can find German heritage and people speaking a German dialect, which is impossible for me to understand. Crazy, isn't it?
I went on and off The Great Trail, for it was partly a torture and not worth the effort. However, I went through the same region as the trail, therefore I did not miss anything. And that is the main reason I am doing this. The trail is a guide into regions less travelled.

The trail runs North after a while, crosses the Trans Canada HWY. I felt like being in those "frog-crosses-road" games, trying to find a gap to cross that busiest four lane HWY Canadas.
Long stretches of just straight dirt roads and some more unmaintained old rail trails. I skipped a part of the trail in order to visit Riding Mountain National Park, definitely worth a detour. I met incredibly friendly people and crossed into Sasketchewan on the scenic Crocus Trail.

Link to the overview map of my route:
https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=19HGeuwywfxIG7hsWxz1Pdj8HcnoYfpK8&usp=sharing
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My two cycling buddies and I left Kenora and cycled on a very busy HWY. After every turn we expected the Prairies to...
My two cycling buddies and I left Kenora and cycled on a very busy HWY. After every turn we expected the Prairies to start but we still saw only hills and forest. None of us, neither the guys from Montreal nor me every have been in the Prairies. However, at the ON/MB border we parted ways, I wanted to join The Great Trail again, they wanted to stick to the roads. A few minutes later we met again, my trail went on the road they wanted to take as well, haha. We rode to Rennie and camped one last time together and parted ways a second time the next morning.

Long distance short - from Rennie to Winnipeg I cycled on and off the trail, checking out the conditions, evaluatied and debated multiple times if trail or road. But see for yourself.

Link to the overview map of my route:
https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=19HGeuwywfxIG7hsWxz1Pdj8HcnoYfpK8&usp=sharing
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A Manitoba couple has built a massive snow maze on their farm, south of Winnipeg, and they're hoping it's big enough...
A Manitoba couple has built a massive snow maze on their farm, south of Winnipeg, and they're hoping it's big enough to break a world record set in Thunder B...
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The Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival is an annual winter festival held in February in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada....
The Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival is an annual winter festival held in February in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada. It is Manitoba’s oldest festival and one of Canada’s oldest winter festival. The festival celebrates a wide variety of skills and activities that were, and in many cases still are, a matter of survival for life in Northern Canada, including ice fishing, muskrat skinning, tea boiling, bannock baking, and chain saw events. The highlight of the festival is the sled dog race, known as the World Championship Dog Race. "Join the fun at the Trappers' Festival in The Pas". MyToba.ca. Retrieved 11 February 2017.
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The homes in North Kildonan have done it up well this year. That includes the home with 100K lights at 18 Mildred...
The homes in North Kildonan have done it up well this year. That includes the home with 100K lights at 18 Mildred Street. The owner raises money each year fo...
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The Marine Museum of Manitoba is located at Selkirk Manitoba. Established in 1972, it gathers all things nautical,...
The Marine Museum of Manitoba is located at Selkirk Manitoba. Established in 1972, it gathers all things nautical, including ships and artifacts relating to ...
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The Souris Swinging Bridge
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Autumn in Winnipeg parks early November 2016. Music is Fur Elise by Beethovan. The sculptures are from the Leo Mol...
Autumn in Winnipeg parks early November 2016. Music is Fur Elise by Beethovan. The sculptures are from the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park. The ...
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