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Old 03-20-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Trails in Manitoba

Anyone know of any good off road trails in manitoba? (2-3 hour max from winnipeg)

i've heard of polycor and gull lake, any others?
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:27 AM   #2
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Interested in this as well as quadding trails...going for a visit soon.
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A lot of guys go to Seddons Corner near Beausejour
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A lot of guys go to Seddons Corner near Beausejour
i go there to shoot, it's okay, mostly crowded gravel pits, was hoping for some more scenic stuff.

Also commander wiggin there is tons of quad trails near-ish to grand beach manitoba. (i think you could definetly explore some in that area in a tacoma as well) When are you coming down?
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most of the city roads are like trails.
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Does anyone know any trails in the Wpg Beach area?
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i go there to shoot, it's okay, mostly crowded gravel pits, was hoping for some more scenic stuff.

Also commander wiggin there is tons of quad trails near-ish to grand beach manitoba. (i think you could definetly explore some in that area in a tacoma as well) When are you coming down?
May or June...I'm looking for something specific...I'd like some dry trails and sand dunes...my intake is full open on my TRX450R and I have a full race exhaust which is stupid loud so I don't want to bug anyone in the nearby area or attract unwanted popo attention.
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May or June...I'm looking for something specific...I'd like some dry trails and sand dunes...my intake is full open on my TRX450R and I have a full race exhaust which is stupid loud so I don't want to bug anyone in the nearby area or attract unwanted popo attention.
Sand fire roads work ?! Hahah and tons of gravel pits in that area I was talking about sounds like what ur looking for. That or a place called seddons corner which is just mainly sandy roads and gravel pits

If I wanted to a could get some gps co-ords or take some google earth screenshots of where the trail heads are?
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Sand fire roads work ?! Hahah and tons of gravel pits in that area I was talking about sounds like what ur looking for. That or a place called seddons corner which is just mainly sandy roads and gravel pits

If I wanted to a could get some gps co-ords or take some google earth screenshots of where the trail heads are?
Sounds good, linkey

Are there any huge dune/sand pits around or are the ones above the best it gets?
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most of the city roads are like trails.
Last time I drove through I noticed some gravel roads were smoother than the pavement in Winnipeg lol.
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Linkey!? What is that? Hahah

There is nothing Sahara big but some of the pits are huge and have decent mounds, and escarpments to boot around on have u ever ridden in mb before?
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Linkey!? What is that? Hahah

There is nothing Sahara big but some of the pits are huge and have decent mounds, and escarpments to boot around on have u ever ridden in mb before?
Nope never ridden in MB.

Meant Link the locations lol ie linkey.
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Bump:

So far Seddons Corner and some areas near Grand Beach...I also like cut pipeline trails...but not sure if there's any around lol. I do like dry bush riding with fast trails and scenic stuff.
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Just thought I'd bump is up to see if anyone had any more ideas. My wife and I are thinking of moving back to Winnipeg, and one thing I'd really miss is some of the cool offload exploring I get to do here in SW BC. Thanks for any more input.
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Try Springhill
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I'm new to forum, but would be interested in joining scenic trail rides if ever a group was heading out from Wpg.
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