Address: View on map Town of Canora Location: Canora and area.
The town of Canora boasts more than 150km of trails, including over 144km of marked and groomed snowmobile trails and more than 10km of walking, cycling, jogging and cross-country ski trails.The Walking, or Community, Trail is 8.6km long, features a variety of wild flowers in the summer and is connected to the two other multi-purpose trails in the community - the Urban Habitat Trail and Trans Canada Trail (TCT). The Walking Trail is designed for cross-country skiing, walking, jogging and cycling.The Urban Habitat Trail is on the NE side of town and features 12 interpretational signs on the area's natural habitat, a beautiful walking path, and various wildlife, plant and tree species.Meanwhile, the TCT is suitable for walking, jogging and cycling activities. This pathway features outstanding views and, depending on the direction you choose, will take you to some of the most popular out-of-town attractions. Westward travellers will come upon the Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, Burgis Beach and Canora Beach, while eastward travellers will discover Duck Mountain Lake Provincial Park and the National Doukhobour Heritage Village.During your trip, you may also want to check out The Antique People (antique and collectible shop), Canada's Only Toy and Autograph Museum, and Canora Ukrainian Heritage Museum Inc, all located within the town of Canora.
Open Year Round
Town amenities include: museums, shopping, restaurants, accommodations, laundromat, grocery stores, campground, skating rink, nine hole golf course, swimming pool.
- Length : Over 150km
- Difficulty : Beginner to intermediate
- Surface : Pavement, gravel, foot bridge; groomed snowmobile trails
- Environment : Urban - plantings and natural vegetation; Aspen Parkland Ecoregion - aspen bluffs, wetlands, agricultural land
- Trailhead GPS : The Habitat Trail: 51.6373N, -102.4269W
- Cross-country skiing
Additional Trail Information
- Urban / Suburban
- Full wheelchair access
- Parking at trailhead
- Picnic area
- Trail markers
- Interpretive signs at trailhead
- Interpretive signs enroute
- Self-guided nature trail
- Accommodation near trailhead
- Camping near trailhead