Mountain Biking in Manitoba, Canada provides an opportunity to explore and sightsee Canadian wilderness regions and the communities. There are many paved, gravel and wilderness biking trails exploring lakeshores, river valleys, prairie grasslands, boreal forest and parklands.
Many communities in Manitoba have created extensive biking trail networks. Mountain Biking is a great way to explore the communities. Trails connect to the local parks, picnic areas, attractions, downtowns and recreation facilities.
Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, Spruce Woods Provincial Heritage Park and Brandon Hills area located near the community of Brandon, Manitoba. The Newfoundland Trail in the Spruce Woods Provincial Park is a 36 kilometre return bike ride.
The Riding Mountain National Park located just south of the community of Dauphin and north of the community of Neepawa. There are challenging downhill runs in the park like the J.E.T. Trail (7.8 kms one-way), Sugarloaf Trail (8 kms one-way) and the Bald Hill Trail (7.3 kms one-way). A long haul mountain bike trail with wilderness camping is the Central Trail (66.7 kms one-way). A historic ride to Grey Owl's Cabin is on the Grey Owl Trail (17.9 return).
Birds Hill Provincial Park located south of the community of Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada. Aspen Trail (6.4 kms) which connects to wildflower meadows; the Bluestem Trail (14 kms) and the Pine Ridge Trail (7 kms) which loops around a lake. Both are easy going routes great for the family.
Whiteshell Provincial Park is a great destination for mountain biking in the region. The mountain biking trails include the South Whiteshell Trail (14 kms one-way) and the Big Whiteshell Trail (9 kms return). Looking for a long haul mountain biking adventure? Why not plan for the RST (Rossburn Subdivision Trail) bike route which measures 176 kilometres (110 miles). The trail is part of the TCT (Trans Canada Trail) and this section of the TCT connects to the communities of Neepawa, Russell, Elphinstone and Rossburn.