Category - Outdoor Adventure

Go off-road on a rough and tumble Rocky Lake Resort fishing adventure

Less than half an hour north of The Pas is Rocky Lake – one of those quintessentially northern Manitoba lakes, ringed by towering trees and rough rocks. Little did I know that my visit here was about to get even more quintessentially northern Manitoba (is that even possible?!?) thanks to a backcountry fishing expedition with Rocky Lake Resort .

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Fall in love with Manitoba's other waterfall-Wekusko Falls

When you're thinking about Manitoba waterfalls, the Insta-worthy Pisew Falls may be what comes to mind. Or maybe it's the falls in the Whiteshell, like Rainbow or McGillivray Falls. A real Manitoba waterfall expert might even know that Kwasitchewan Falls is Manitoba’s highest. However, if Wekusko Falls isn’t on your waterfall radar, we highly suggest adding it right now.

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Dans le désert du Manitoba

Quand on pense aux paysages du Manitoba, on voit les plaines des Prairies et les lacs sans fin. Du vert, du bleu, des fleurs sauvages ici et là. Et pourtant, un paysage pour le moins inattendu se cache au cœur du Parc provincial de Spruce Wood : des dunes de sable fin. Toute une découverte

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5 beaches in small-town Manitoba that you have to swim at this summer

Header photo by ChrisD.ca We’re half way through summer, and considering the hotter-than-normal temps, we reckon you’ve already logged a few days at your favourite beach. Now it’s time to consider straying from your usual path, and planning a trip to these less explored towns in Manitoba that you didn’t realize have a beach vibe.

Category - Outdoor Adventure

Lucky ducks! Why a stay in Duck Mountain is just ducky

I have very fond childhood memories of summer vacations spent in Duck Mountain Provincial Park in Manitoba’s Parkland region. A cozy cabin, days spent splashing in the lake and evening walks through the forest. I didn’t know at the time what made “the Ducks” so special. But after returning many years later, this time with my own family, I truly got a sense of why this park lives on in so many of my old – and now new – memories.