The Crow Wing Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It was used for the fur trade in the 1800's. Today connects communities using country roads, community parks, bush and pasture trails.
"We want visitors to experience nature here," says Georges Beaudry, owner of O'Roseau. "At night, when all the lights are out, we are alone in the world and can watch the stars in silence."
Saint-Malo Provincial Park, south of Winnipeg, has everything you need to experience your most memorable summer days. And if cross-country skiing is your thing, look no further.
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St. Malo, located 45 minutes south of Winnipeg, is a favourite vacation destination. In the summer, cottagers and campers flock to the area to enjoy its many outdoor activities and the beaches of St. Malo Provincial Park. It also offers a wealth of winter activities, including ice-fishing, snowmobiling and car ice racing on the lake. St. Malo Provincial Park is one of Manitoba’s most popular parks!
This bustling community was established in 1892 by Louis Malo, a pioneer farmer from the area. St. Malo hosts a summer and winter festival as well as an annual outdoor pilgrimage at its famous grotto and shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes (Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes). You can also visit a replica of St. Malo’s first church, Maison-Chapelle.
The community of St. Malo awaits you – all year round!
Also known as Chemin St-Paul in French, the Crow Wing Trail is part of the historic Trans Canada Trail. It’s almost 200 kilometres long and runs from Winnipeg to Emerson, at the U.S. border, passing through St. Malo, St-Pierre-Jolys and other communities. The Crow Wing Trail Association Chemin Saint-Paul, CDEM and the Canadian Company of Pilgrims launched the first Camino between St. Malo and St-Pierre-Jolys on October 3.