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Rossburn Subdivision Trail

From tracks to trail

The Rossburn Subdivision Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail, runs 176 km from Russell to Neepawa. This multi-use, non-motorized gravel trail follows the abandoned CN rail line formerly known as Rossburn Subdivision. Most of the trail is suitable for hiking, biking and horseback riding. During the winter, Rossburn Subdivision Trail is part of Snoman Inc‘s official snowmobiling trails as No.13. It connects to Riding Mountain National Park through the Riding Mountain Trans Canada Trail Network with the Flying Eagle Link Trail and the Elk Link Trail. Read more…

We, the Rossburn Subdivision Trail Association (RSTA), welcome visitors on the trail. Discover stunning viewpoints, visit historical sites in rural areas close to the trail or watch out for wildlife!

Come explore the wonders of the trail

Click here for the official & interactive Trans Canada Trail map!

This map has great features helping you with your adventure on the Rossburn Subdivision Trail. Check for amenities along the trail or use the measuring tool to plan your trip.

News

  • Manitoba Trails Day Event on June 1st!
    RSTA is excited to announce that we’re hosting an International Trails Day event in partnership with Trans Canada Trail. Join us on June 1 to celebrate our beloved trail! This event is made possible by the generous support of Trans Canada Trail. We are one out of 10 trail groups Trans Canada Trail has chosen to highlight in Canada this year, the only one in Manitoba.
  • RSTA is looking for maintenance services
    The Rossburn Subdivision Trail Association (RSTA) is a non-profit organization managing the Rossburn Subdivision Trail. We are requesting an expression of interest for the maintenance services along the trail consisting of 176 km running from Neepawa to Russell on an old railway bed.
  • Elphinstone: New bridge – project finished
    Over the last months, we had a project in Elphinstone ongoing. An old railway bridge needed major updates. Thanks to the generous support from Trans Canada Trail, Trails Manitoba and Snoman Inc. Tourism Relief Fund, it was possible to rebuild the bridge over Little Saskatchewan River.

Trans Canada Trail

The Trans Canada Trail is the world’s longest network of multi-use recreational trails, stretching for more than 27,000 kilometres through every province and territory. It’s a showcase of Canada’s diverse landscapes and cultures, and a sustainable national asset that fosters unity, collaboration and connectedness. Our national trail is managed by local trail groups and partners who work in conjunction with Trans Canada Trail, a registered charity. – Trans Canada Trail

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Trails Manitoba

Trails Manitoba provides the support and resources necessary to promote the development and use of recreational trail throughout Manitoba, thereby improving the overall well-being of Manitoba’s communities. The vision is that people in Manitoba will desire and benefit from a fully integrated and supported trail network, linking communities and people throughout the province. – Trails Manitoba

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This website and our Social Media activities have been enabled by the generous and ongoing support of Trails Manitoba and Trans Canada Trail – thank you!