The Trans Canada Trail is one of the world’s longest networks of trails, developed and promoted by a non-profit registered charity. The Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba is 1467km long, of which 1368km (92%) is connected. They are busy at work on the remaining segments in order to connect the Trail for Canadians on their 150th birthday in 2017.
When completed, the Trail will stretch nearly 24,000 kilometres from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans, linking 1,000 communities, including the RM of Lorne.
Today, nearly 17,000 kilometres of Trail have been developed. Millions of Canadians and international visitors are using the Trail to hike, cycle, ski, horseback ride, canoe and snowmobile. The Trans Canada Trail offers countless opportunities to explore Canada’s diverse landscapes and rich history.