Pas étonnant que le parc provincial du Whiteshell soit l’un des plus populaires de la province. Avec ses superbes lacs et rivières, sa forêt boréale et, bien sûr, ses roches accidentées du bouclier précambrien, ce parc est un sanctuaire pour les amoureux de la nature. Cette année, ne manquez pas de l’explorer plus à fond en découvrant les 10 endroits étonnants que voici et préparez-vous à retomber en amour.
While Travel Manitoba strongly recommends that all tourism businesses adhere to the operating protocols and capacity restrictions allowed by the Manitoba government, we cannot guarantee the compliance of any business featured in the content below. Please contact the business directly for operating hours and policies. Throughout the province, please continue to practice safe social distancing and adhere to all recommended guidelines. #staysafe It's no wonder that Whiteshell Provincial Park is one of the province's most popular parks. Characterized by stunning lakes, rivers, boreal forest and of course the rugged Precambrian Shield, the Whiteshell is a nature lover's sanctuary. This year, make a point to explore more of this park with these 10 amazing spots and be prepared to fall in love all over again.
Header photo by Corbin Hawkins Gather ’round the flickering flame of the campfire and settle in for an evening of shivers and scares. Bring these terrifying tales on your next camping trip in Manitoba, and you’re sure to feel a chill in the air over stories of ghosts, monsters, aliens and the
Photo courtesy Marius Ky Manitobans are a bunch of diehard, outdoorsy folks. No question about that. Whether it’s minus 40 or plus 15, you don’t have to look too far, too hard, or too long to find a Manitoban searching for the next great outdoor adventure. The same spirit holds true for fishing.
With over 100,000 lakes, it only seems right that Manitoba’s diverse beaches get the spotlight they deserve – and Buzzfeed has done just that. Dig your toes in the soft sand of Grand Beach, walk the harbor of Gimli Beach and cast a line into Pelican Lake. Your summer itinerary just wouldn’t be