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The Trail

The Centennial Trail is a hiking trail that traverses the Boreal Shield in the Whiteshell Provincial Park. This is a gorgeous section of the Trans Canada Trail, offering stunning views and a true wilderness experience. With signs leading your way through forest, hills, bog and more, the trail offers an escape into nature for individuals or groups.


Where is it?

The Centennial Trail is located in Manitoba's Whiteshell Provincial Park. The Trail can be accessed from twelve different access points. These access points are directly off of Highway (PTH) 44.

For more in depth information on accessing our Access Points visit our Access Points and Map pages!


The Basics

Location:  Treaty 3 Territory

From Rennie, MB to Caddy Lake, MB

Length:  48km/29miles Trail

Type:  Natural trail - Boreal Shield

Trail Activities:  Hiking, Trail Running and Snowshoeing



Trail conditions change continually due to weather, natural erosion and other factors that can cause sections of a trail to become unsafe. Please take all precautions when embarking on an adventure on the trail or its access points. Centennial Trail Association accepts no responsibility for any harm in result of individuals pursuing an activity on the trail. Proceed with caution, and always be prepared for the adventures you choose to embark on. 

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