The RM of St. Clements Council and the Red River North Trail Association are pleased to announce the completion of an extension to its active transportation network which is located just east of the blue provincial bridge to the City of Selkirk. As you enter St. Clements heading east out of Selkirk, the new trail is on the north side and is part of the Trans Canada Trail system. This extension is carved into a beautiful old growth ash tree forest and meanders 3 kilometers to the end of the flood plain peninsula. This beautiful hike has you completely under the old growth canopy of forest where you will see an abundance of birds and deer.
Approximately 1.2 kilometers is a limestone trail and the additional 3-kilometer portion is a grass nature trail that has an additional .85-kilometer return loop that comes out close to Coleville Road and continues onto the Trans Canada Trail through the village of East Selkirk.
Our St. Clements Council is committed to continue its network of active transportation trails that allows our residents to move freely through the Municipality. You can stay fit and safely enjoy the beautiful scenery our community has to offer by walking, hiking and biking our trails!
We encourage you to check out this new trail which is accessible from the City of Selkirk and various parts of the village of East Selkirk.