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Why choose a trail at Lime Kiln Trail?

The Lime Kiln Trail is a beautiful, paved trail that winds through the forest near Steinbach, Manitoba. The trail is well-maintained and perfect for a leisurely walk or bike ride. There are several benches along the way where you can stop to enjoy the view of the river below. The trail is also great for bird watching, as there are many different species of birds to be seen.

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From sunrise to sunset


What are the coordinates and address of Lime Kiln Trail?

Lime Kiln Trail
Moodie Dr, Nepean, ON K2R 1H3, Canada

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Starting Point

The Lime Kiln Trail is located in the Whiteshell Provincial Park in Manitoba. To get to the start of the trails, take Highway #1 east from Winnipeg to the town of Pinawa. Turn left onto PR 304 and drive for about 8 km until you reach the trailhead parking lot on your right.

Why visit Lime Kiln Trail

The Lime Kiln Trail is a great place to visit in Manitoba because it offers beautiful views of the countryside and it is a great place for hiking and biking. The trail is also a great place to learn about the history of the area, as there are several historic lime kilns located along the trail.

Is Lime Kiln Trail in Manitoba a good place for the whole family?

Yes, the Lime Kiln Trail is a good place for the whole family.

Things not to be missed

The best activities near Lime Kiln Trail in Manitoba are hiking, biking, and bird watching. A bref description not to be missed near Lime Kiln Trail in Manitoba is the beautiful scenery and wildlife.

-Visit the Winnipeg Art Gallery, which has a permanent collection of over 24,000 works of art.

-Take a walk or bike ride on the Assiniboine Riverwalk.

-Visit The Forks, a historic meeting place where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet.

-Explore the Manitoba Museum, which has exhibits on natural history, archaeology, human culture, and science.

-Visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, which is dedicated to the exploration and celebration of human rights.

Where to eat?

1. The Forks – Winnipeg, Manitoba

2. The Peasant Cookery – Winnipeg, Manitoba

3. Boon Burger Cafe – Winnipeg, Manitoba

4. Stella’s Cafe – Winnipeg, Manitoba

5. Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company – Winnipeg, Manitoba

6. Banh Mi Boys – Toronto, Ontario

7. Kupfert & Kim – Toronto, Ontario

8. Rawlicious – Toronto, Ontario

9. The Green Moustache Organic CafΓ© – Vancouver, British Columbia

10. The Naam – Vancouver, British Columbia

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