Duff Roblin Parkway Trails has installed its signage

The installation of signage and interpretive program for the Duff Roblin Parkway Trail has been completed. You will now find entry signs, trailhead signs, kilometre markers, and points of interest kiosks along the entire length of the trail.

The Duff Roblin Parkway Trail (DRPT) is a 52 km trail which starts at the Duff Roblin Provincial Park in St. Norbert, follows the Red River Floodway, and ends in Lockport. The trail supports multi-use, non-motorized, four-season recreational opportunities along the floodway including walking, hiking, and biking in the summer. In winter, you can enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. There are multiple starting points, therefore you can complete as much or as little of the trail as you please. Along the way, you will follow the floodway channel and have an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife and vegetation along with agricultural land.

We invite you to go out and explore the trail! Don’t forget water and snacks!

Fore more information please take a look at the Duff Roblin Parkway Trail Visitor’s Guide.

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