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    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.

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    Flying Eagle Link Trail – Connecting to the national park

    Enjoy our new connector trail! The Paba Mashiwat Kinew / Flying Eagle Link Trail is a multi-use, non-motorized connector trail between the Rossburn Subdivision Trail and Riding Mountain National Park. Starting in Rossburn, a total of 36 kms leads to Tilson Lake Entrance, closely following the path of the Birdtail Creek. The trail is planned to be accessible during three seasons. In the future, a portion could also be open for cross country skiing or snowshoeing. Adding to the Riding Mountain Trans Canada Trail Network, the new trail connects the Trans Canada Trail, Waywayseecappo First Nation, the RM of Rossburn, and the national park’s trail network. The trail is showcasing…

  • Scenery along the Elk Link
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    Elk Link Trail

    Elk Link Trail – From Erickson to Riding Mountain National Park Riding Mountain Trans Canada Trail Network The Elk Link trail provides a link from Riding Mountain National Park to the Trans Canada Trail/ Rossburn Subdivision Trail. The TCT runs parallel to the Park, at varying distances, over its 176 km length between Russell and Neepawa. The Riding Mountain Trans Canada Trail Network aims to connect the TCT with special places on the south edge of the Park. Elk Link – Our first connector trail Your journey from RMNP essentially begins at Wasagaming townsite and proceeds to Onanole townsite via the Onanole trail. The Elk Link trail continues southward to…