If you are a lover of peace and quiet, there's no doubt that you also know that the shoulder season is where it's at. This is especially true for Riding Mountain National Park, where by mid September, much of the summertime crowds have dissipated. Left behind is a beautiful display of fall colours,
You’ve heard it been said, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” It’s a great mantra, but after spending a full day driving my beautiful pup around Manitoba, taking pictures of her and sharing her unparalleled cuteness to the masses (all for “work purposes”), the quote’s a
With all eyes on PyeongChang, South Korea and the XXIII Winter Olympic Games, it got us thinking about all of the offbeat sports Manitobans do to keep themselves entertained during the snowy season. Essentially, we have our own version of the Winter Olympics, but here, athletes set aside hockey and
Winter is transformative. A blanket of snow can make a place you think you know look completely new and different. While summer thinks it's got things covered as the season for national parks and outdoor adventure, winter is right there making a very good case for why it should be the reason you
It’s never too early to start thinking about your summer camping plans. Especially since reservations for summer camping in Riding Mountain National Park can be made starting January 15 at 8 a.m. by visiting reservation.pc.gc.ca or by calling 1-877-737-3783 (and FYI – winter oTENTiks are available
These structures may be strange to some, but they are right at home here in Manitoba. Don’t worry, we aren’t talking about something extra-terrestrial (sorry to excite the UFO enthusiasts), but rather a unique set of accommodations available to those who venture into Manitoba’s gorgeous Parkland.