Discover Your My LdB Hiking Adventure Today!

Lac du Bonnet is truly a unique destination to go hiking through! We have plenty of wildlife, an abundance of plant life, and a breath-taking mix of boreal forest, lakeside paradise, Prairie wonders, and magnificent Canadian Shield!

If you love hiking, then Lac du Bonnet is the place for you! Try out Blueberry Rock trail for hours of peaceful nature, gorgeous scenery, and, of course, blueberries when in season! Or stop by Pinawa Dam Provincial Heritage Park for a stunning walk through this historic site of Manitoba’s first hydro-electric generating station. Enjoy the tall grass, wildlife, and openness of the trail around the Lac du Bonnet Wildlife Ponds or explore a portion of the Trans Canada Trail with Blue Water South Trail! It begins at Pinawa Dam and travels for approximately 37 km until Great Falls!

Your Experience will Include:

  • Breathtaking views and unique photographic challenges
  • Lush borreal forests, pristine prairie landscapes, Canadian Shield outcroppings
  • Historic self-guided walking tour of the Pinawa Dam site which contains what remains of the first year round operating hydroelectric generating station in Manitoba.
  • Captivating waterfront views along the banks of the Winnipeg River and Pinawa Channel
  • Abundant wildlife including bald eagles, great horned owls,  black bears, deer, and many more – especially as you wind through the Lee River Wildlife Management Area
  • Fantastic wild flowers, foliage, deciduous and coniferous trees
  • Picnic tables, benches, boat launches, port-a-potties, fire pits and designated parking areas

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