The Red River North Trail is 110 kilometres/68 miles from north of Winnipeg to Grand Beach via Bird’s Hill, Lockport and Selkirk. This recreational trail, preserves access to Manitoba’s varied natural landscapes, connecting communities and preserving culture & heritage while promoting a better quality of life and well-being. The trail is great for nature lovers, artists, photographers, historians, cyclists and explorers – it’s ideal for walking, jogging, hiking & biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling and sightseeing. Whether you begin at Grand Beach or at Winnipeg you will view the great inland ocean – Lake Winnipeg. You’ll wander through the summer havens of Grand Beach, Grand Marais, Victoria Beach, moving into East Selkirk, Selkirk and along the heritage River Road. Stop at Lower Fort Garry NHS, view the Red River as you cross the St. Andrews Lock & Dam at Lockport on your way to Bird’s Hill Park & south into Winnipeg. PARTS MAY BE ACCESSIBLE BY WHEELCHAIR.