Chances are you know someone in your life who's an introvert. Or maybe you are one yourself. Maybe you seek solitude. Maybe you're looking for open spaces without too many people. You might like activities that allow you to retreat into silence. Sometimes you might want to be completely alone, but
If you've never heard of or visited Clearwater Lake Provincial Park, it's about time you did. Nestled in Manitoba's north about a 6.5-hour drive northwest of Winnipeg, it can be easy to overlook this diamond in the wild. Once you visit, you'll have no problem understanding why it was voted as the
Photo credit: @ddaatt Since most people still think of Manitoba as having only flat, prairie landscape, it may come as a surprise that our province actually has three diverse ecosystems: prairie, boreal and tundra. And within these three unique landscapes comes a variety of gorgeous and scenic
Manitoba's north is home to countless hidden gems. A smaller population and wide open spaces mean that sometimes anything north of Lake Winnipeg flies under the radar. And while the drive may be a bit longer, trust us when we say, the extra tank of gas is well worth it. With its huge lakes (and
Header photo by Gage Fletcher Thinking about a once-in-a-lifetime vacation that takes you off the beaten path? Point your compass north to explore some of Manitoba’s greatest northern destinations. A flight with Calm Air means you can spend less time travelling and more time exploring these gems.
Photo de bannière : Emelita Walton Le Manitoba compte un nombre impressionnant de parcs provinciaux. Ces 90 parcs représentent un énorme territoire et beaucoup de lacs à visiter. Notre concours sur les parcs provinciaux a démontré que, malgré le grand nombre de nos parcs, chacun possède des
Header photo by Emelita Walton Manitoba has a whopping 90 provincial parks. That’s a lot of land and lake to cover. If our Provincial Park Madness competition proved anything, it’s that for as many parks as we have, each has its unique features that draw visitors for very different reasons, and that
Who knows winter better than Manitoba’s northern communities? The answer is no one – so it’s not a surprise that these towns and cities have some of the best outdoor activities winter has to offer: from ice fishing, to snowmobile trips to kicking back and watching the northern lights show.