BIG NEWS: We are searching for Manitoba's Top Adventure Dog , which means it's time to get out and explore the province with your certified good girl and/or good boy. We are welcoming reposts of photos from anytime during the year, so you may also consider digging through your photo archives for dog
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.
It seems like a world away, far removed from the bright lights of Winnipeg and Manitoba’s populated south. Thompson is one of those places you hear about in conversation with others who have lived there, or travelled for work, but it’s not one of those places in Manitoba many think about exploring for a vacation. That’s an unfortunate oversight and in all honesty, it’s an oversight that I too would have personally made had it been left up to me. But this city has such a rich history and an untouched landscape that rivals Whiteshell and Nopiming provincial parks in its natural beauty, yet still remains largely obscure to most Manitobans.
You need to squint to find it on the map. A tiny lake community hidden away in the wilds of the Turtle Mountains in southwest Manitoba. Lake Metigoshe. The freshwater lake straddles the Manitoba-North Dakota border, with majority of the waters in the U.S. If you Google it, chances are only American
Il faut de bons yeux pour trouver sur une carte la petite communauté du lac Metigoshe située en pleine nature dans la région de Turtle Mountains, au sud-ouest du Manitoba. Ce lac d’eau douce chevauche la frontière entre le Manitoba et le Dakota du Nord, la plus grande partie se trouvant du côté des
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.
A short while ago, we published a “6 amazing hikes” post and you all went bonkers for it! It was one of our most popular pieces of all time. ALL TIME! There’s some serious trail love happening here in Manitoba. Thing is, since only six trails were mentioned in that article, we started to hear about
Whether it’s for one day, or maybe a few more, a road trip along the western shores of Lake Winnipeg will have you uncover the Interlake’s abundance of culture, heritage and nature galore. Throw in some fishing action, eclectic shops, slithery snake dens, velkomin vikings (yes, vikings!), and cottage country charm and you have one adventurous drive with infinite possibilities for fun. So what are you waiting for? Hit the highway already…
Hiking in Manitoba means you never need to worry about altitude sickness. But that’s not to say the province’s broad, sweeping canvas is bland. Ma Nature painted in tall wild grass prairie, rolling, forested hills, undulating river valleys, vast wetlands and the occasional view-encompassing