Important Updates


FEB 14 2020
Big Bike Chill: Go Dutch Valentine Date Night Ride


Winnipeg Trails Association, Plain Bikes and Fête Jockey invite all sweethearts to come and ride an imported Dutch bicycle through the Warming Hut village with your valentine! This group ride will include cozy beverages, photoesque backdrops (perfect for proposals and selfies) and pillow talk about the history of the Warming Huts.

The first 10 couples to sign up get a $20 gift card to warm up in The Common post-ride.

To register, email [email protected] 

Location: Patio near Crokicurl Rink

Friday, Feb. 14 | 7 & 8pm


Friday July 19th – Making Trails

Meet us at the bell tower for free flowing talk and dreams of the future in Winnipeg where all modes of travel are connected and free from worry. Bring your bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, running shows, pogo sticks and hoverboards and let’s go for a tune-filled spin through the neighbourhood after we’re done yappin’. 470 Selkirk 

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Saturday July 20 – BenchMark Launch Party

Ride out to the site from downtown (Mere Hotel on Waterfront). Meet at 11, or join us there. BBQ and music on the trail. Join the Rainbow Trout/Natural Cycle 20th anniversary Alley Cat and dance party later. 

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Make your mark on BikeMaps.

Yes, overall cycling makes you live longer. But along the way, some people experience something scary. Knowing about it helps everyone make better decision. Along with Bike Winnipeg and the City of Winnipeg and the BikeMaps team associated with the University of Victoria, we’re asking everyone to take a few moment, think of a near miss or incident you had while cycling, share important details and put in on the growing map. Visit now.  – Updated May 22, 2019

We’re Hiring!

Winnipeg Trails is hiring two Communications Specialists – one each in Cree and Ojibwe (Anishinaabemowin). Exciting stuff. Great cause. Help us make something important happen. Learn more and apply.  – Updated May 21, 2019

Beautiful, Safe and Connected: 20 Question Candidate Survey on Human Transportation

Winnipeg Trails issued a 20 question, rapid fire agree/disagree questionnaire delving into innovative ideas and ethics. See how the candidates for mayor and councillor scored.  – Updated October 2018

The Winnipeg Trails Association is pleased to announce our first ever 2018 Annual General Meeting! It will be held on September 27th at The Forks Market starting at 6:30 pm. For details click here

We’ll be at ManyFest Saturday September 8th with a surprise new toy! Come check it out, see what we’re doing with it. You can also talk to us about everything walking, biking or rolling, ask about a favourite route or discuss a new project, get involved in a big trail count before our AGM in September, try the world’s shortest bike lane, give a dutch dinking contest a shot, meet Gabriela and share your story for a new WithArt project and more. We’ll be in the kids zone most of the day and will be popping up in the street with something special.

Traditional Trails Manitoba Métis Ride.

Join Adrian Alphonso and Justin Bear Larivée for a fascinating and invigorating trip through the history of this place we call home.

See more details. 

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Join us on June 8, International Trails Day! Volunteer to run and clean up the Trans Canada Trail in Winnipeg. Register here.

Down for Maintenance

Our site is undergoing some changes. You should be able to find what you are looking for, but things will look a little weird for a few a bit.

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Trails & Maps

There’s more than one way to choose your own adventure and get the trails’ eye view of Winnipeg. Check out all these cool maps!

Detailed Winnipeg Trail Maps

A snapshot of one of our trail maps. Find an exhaustive list of trails in the sidebar on the right (on a desktop) or at the bottom of this page (on a phone).

Over 30 detailed trail maps have been created in a joint effort by the Winnipeg Trails Association and the Prairie Pathfinders.  Each map is a two page overview that can be viewed online or printed on a home printer on letter sized paper. These maps offer a unique detailed insight to each trail highlighting:

  • surface type
  • trail length
  • refreshments / washroom facilities / parking
  • connecting trails
  • exceptional points of interest found along the trail with short descriptions


City of Winnipeg Cycling Map


The City of Winnipeg’s cycling map is published annually and is developed through a partnership with Bike Winnipeg, Winnipeg Trails Association, Manitoba Cycling Association, Climate Change Connection, Green Action Centre, Physical Activity Coalition of Manitoba and Winnipeg in motion. They are available in public libraries, bicycle retailers, hotels and other tourist hotspots.

Find pickup locations and see online PDFs of the map here.


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Click this link to go straight to a fullscreen view of Googla Maps’ bike layer.

Did you know that Winnipeg was one of the first cities in Canada to pilot Google’s bicycle layer, with some help from local Winnipeg Trails Association volunteers? It’s true. Turn it on and get a real trails-eye view of Winnipeg.


Neighbourhood Walking and Cycling Maps


In 2013, Winnipeg Trails partnered with Green Action Centre‘s Active and Safe Routes to School program, dozens of local community groups and Neighbourhoods Alive! to help create the first small-scale neighbourhood walking and cycling map for the communities of Fort Richmond and University Heights. Check it out. There is even a Mandarin version.