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Bishop Grandin Trail is Winnipeg’s longest multi-use trail, spanning just over 12 km, and serving as an active transportation spine for south Winnipeg. Because the trail crosses over the Red River – it is often referred to as the Bishop Grandin Trail East (7 km) of the Red River and Bishop Grandin Trail West (5km). Bishop Grandin Trail West is also part of the Trans CanadaTrail.The trail travels on top of a high berm offering a panoramic view of south Winnipeg, passes along side the residential developments of Bridgwater Forest and Whyte Ridge, alongside south Winnipeg’s ‘big box shopping developments and via the McGillivray Trail – connects into FortWhyte Alive nature centre. Currently, a section of the Bishop Grandin Trail West is gravel and will be asphalted when Kenaston Blvd roadway is extended further south (~ 2012 / 2013).