Mountain biking on the Manitoba Escarpment at Riding Mountain National Park

Hundreds of kilometres of trails of varying difficulty and length provide just the right level of challenge for cyclists of all abilities. Extensive trail networks exist in the parks, particularly in Riding Mountain, which features more than 400 km (250 miles) of hiking, biking and horseback trails, and where bike rentals are available in Wasagaming. Trail maps are available at the RMNP Visitor Centre.

Four Valley Tour

A scenic highway route of approximately 100 km (63 miles) around Lake of the Prairies takes cyclists through four beautiful valleys. From Roblin, travel 15 km (9.5 miles) west (across the lake) to PR482, which will take you south along the lake for approximately 40 km (25 miles) before turning east for 8 km (5 miles). Then travel north on PTH83 back to Roblin. Several campgrounds around the lake allow cyclists to break the tour up into two or more days.