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About the Trail

The Iinoo Oowan Trail, meaning “canoe trail” in Ojibway, travels 170 km joining the community of Kenora with Whiteshell Provinicial Park and the existing Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba: Borders to Beaches.

Following the Winnipeg River, the route was a key travel corridor for Voyageurs, and is now followed by modern-day adventurers paddling across Canada.

Trail Conditions

Always check with local contacts, provincial parks, and weather reports to confirm conditions.

Have you visited the trail recently? Contact us to submit your Trail Report!

About the Trail
Trail Conditions

Trip Planning Resources

Trip Planning Resources

Digital Maps



National Topographic System Maps

Browse a listing of the National Topographic System Maps that cover the Path of the Paddle route. These paper maps are available at over 900 private dealers across Canada (per Government of Canada).

Explore Path of the Paddle as part of the 
Trans Canada Trail

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