Lac du Bonnet Trails Association
The Lac du Bonnet Trails Association is responsible for the Blue Water South portion of
the Trans Canada Trail, which extends from the Pinawa Dam Provincial Heritage Park
to Great Falls, a distance of approximately 37 km.
The Blueberry Rock hiking trails are favoured by locals for the granite rock ridges,
lookout tower that provides a view of the Winnipeg River, picnic tables, firepits, and
accessibility to the town of Lac du Bonnet. The north end of the trail crosses Blueberry Rock Dr. and fol-
lows Mackenzie Point Road, a short municipal road that leads to the dike along the Winnipeg River.
The dike is a perfect place to ride a bike or a horse, or just go for a walk alongside the wide expanse of the
Winnipeg River. The trail stays on the dike for approximately 5 km before turning west at Crescent Bay
Road to cross Hwy. 11, then turns north to continue along a Hydro
transmission road for another 5 kilometers. It crosses Hwy. 11 once
again, arriving back on the dike. From here the trail stays on the dike
right into the Hydro town of Great Falls, which is the north-
ern boundary of the Bluewater South portion of the The Great Trail.
Blueberry Hill Trail
Blueberry Hill Trail is a 1.8 kilometer moderately traf-
ficked loop trail located near Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba,
Canada that features a great forest setting and is good
for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking,
walking, trail running, and nature trips
Blue Water South Trail
Length: 37 km
Difficulty: Easy – Difficult
Trail Surfaces: Grass, gravel, dirt, pavement.
Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, back country
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding,
snowmobiling (some areas only).
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