Souris River Bend WMA Trail

Location: Souris River Bend Wildlife Management Area
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Distance: Numerous loops from 5-20km
Ecosystem types: Mixed-grass prairie, Riparian woodland, Aspen Forest

This network of trails passes through rolling mixed-grass prairie, reclaimed grasslands, aspen forests and riparian woodlands, and provides spectacular views of the Souris River from the valley edge. The trails meet up with Lang's Crossing -  a key ford/ferry point used by early settlers to cross the river. The WMA provides excellent birding opportunities, and provides important habitat for neo-tropical migrants, grassland birds and numerous other species.

Note: these trails are also used and maintained by volunteers for horseback riding. 

More information: Manitoba Wildlife Branch - Wildlife Management Areas

Trail data submitted by Rebekah Neufeld