Header photo by The Forks If I were Queen, every household in Manitoba would have its own personal sauna. Consider Finland, where for the 5.3 million citizens, there are also 3.3 million saunas. If there is any other place on Earth that deserves such a ratio, it's Manitoba. Learn to love (even
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There's no shame in hibernating through the cold winter months, but there's no reason why you can't enjoy the same level of coziness and relaxation while also exploring the province. Grab your special someone and cuddle into one of these six amazing winter accommodations right here in Manitoba. 1.
In all its incredible vastness, northern Manitoba is home to some of the most remarkable landmarks and landscapes in the province. Start exploring this untapped region with our picks for the 7 wonders of the north! Some are easier to visit than others, but doesn't that make it all the more exciting?
Header photo: Tall Grass Prairie Bakery Pie or cake? Cake or pie? Yes, we can all agree that Christmas fruitcake is one of the stranger elements of a holiday dinner, but in general, pie and cake are welcome additions to the spread. Prepare for your family gathering by choosing between these 5
What's your favourite way to fly down a hill at insane speeds? Maybe you like zooming down on a saucer, or maybe you prefer the classic toboggan. Flying carpets are a personal favourite of mine, as they bring both convenience and agility to the hill. No matter your style, here are 5 tobogganing hot(er, cold)spots to check out this winter in Manitoba.
Neepawa has long been regarded as Manitoba's prettiest town - but there's more to this community than rolling hills and historical buildings. Stop into this picturesque town and experience a home-grown beer scene, literary legends and outdoor adventure.
As I make my way through trying restaurants in the province, I've been thinking about food history, and namely, those Manitoba institutions that have withstood the test of time and have a storied past to prove it. Manitoba is home to many historical restaurants and dishes (just read about the fat boy or the mystery of the shmoo ) but here are just 10 that you should check out this year.
November is off to a great start here in Manitoba and there are plenty of events and happenings to enjoy before winter arrives. Get ready for the coming season by relaxing at the spa, indulging in something sweet or by getting creative at a crafting workshop. Here are 10 things to do this week...
Water. Rock. Art. Adventure. These are the words that should come to mind when you think of Flin Flon, Manitoba, a small city located 8 hours north of Winnipeg along the Saskatchewan border. From indie music festivals and fishing derbies to snowmobile trails and drive-in theatres, there's something to uncover here in every season. Discover this amazing area of Manitoba yourself and plan your trip around these 10 attractions and events.
Would it surprise you to learn that Manitoba is among the best places on Earth to experience one of the world's great natural wonders? Standing alongside The Grand Canyon, the Great Barrier Reef and Mount Everest is the humble Aurora Borealis . Well, maybe not so humble, when you consider the jaw-dropping show this wonder puts on nearly 300 days out of the year in Churchill, Manitoba. If you have witnessing this phenomenon on your list, here are 5 things you need to know about the northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba.