Page 7: Getting There

  There are three ways to travel in the Wildlife Management Area. The site is popular with small groups of horseback riders. It makes an excellent trail ride. There is a staging area at the bottom of the valley near the bridge and a sign explaining the trails. You can walk the trails; they are rough, and at some points so unkept and overgrown that you have trouble finding them, but the trip is worth it.

Trails in the Souris Bend Wildlife Management Area (From the sign at the staging area.)

A network of trails has been established in the Souris Bend Wildlife Management Area. They are a combination of rough, trails designed primarily for horses, and old cart tracks and road allowances. They cross some of the most rugged and beautiful terrain in Manitoba.


1. Lang's Crossing Trail

2. Gregory Mill Trail

3. East Side Trails