Central trail is the longest trail in Riding Mountain National Park, MB, Canada. It is the spine of the West end network, this retired patrol road provides access to the western half of the park, stretching from a west trailhead at Bob Hill Lake to east trailhead shared with Strathclair trail at North end of the Bison enclosure. It's the doubletrack easy-to-follow and not technical trail with minor elevation change. Riding Mountain National Park is a home to black bears. Therefore, encounters with them is commonplace.