The trailhead for the Seven Sisters Falls trails is north from highway 307, between the road to the Whitemouth Falls Wayside Park and the road to the Seven Sisters hydro dam. The trail has three loops: a short (3K), a medium, and a long (7K) option. It is a fairly easy trail, but it has a variety of terrain and some really fun hills that allow for a long fast glide. The trail is mostly in the bush, but it passes the Seven Sisters hydro dam where the Whitemouth River meets the Winnipeg River, so there is lovely open water to look at. There’s also lots of wildlife: white tailed deer, rabbits, and bald eagles. The groomer is very meticulous, and quickly re-grooms after a dump of snow.
Trail fee donations can be mailed to:
Seven Sisters Falls Community Centre Inc
Seven Sisters Falls MB
There is more than enough snow to ski Seven Sisters… but the trails have not been groomed yet this winter. A few sections of the trail have been skier tracked, but for the most part it’s a walkers’ highway, with two lanes packed flat by boots. Near the falls, the trail has been driven on; around the power lines, snowmobiles have been busy. So,…[Read more]