In Riding Mountain National Park, they do winter right. Whether it’s glamping in a fully tricked out oTENTik complete with heating and USB ports, celebrating Canada’s 150 with a weekend festival packed with activities, or getting away from it all as you ski or snowshoe you way through the parks
Oh, hello there, Mr. Winter. It’s been awhile, but it’s nice to see you grace us with your presence once again as your signature grand entrance (snow) touches down in many regions of Manitoba today. While some people may not be overly excited by your arrival (outrageous, I know), we’re here to
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.
With colder weather approaching, we find ourselves shielding away indoors. But, as Canadians, we should ‘embrace our roots’ (and our winters for that matter) and take to the outdoors! You may not know it, but Manitoba turns into an outdoor activity hub in the winter with the likes of cross country
What’s the best way to keep warm and have fun in the winter? Keep moving! Here are some great ways to get on the move this winter. 1. Snowmobiling This motorized winter sport is hugely popular in Manitoba. You will find groomed trails in every region of the province. Visit SnoMan to find out about
For some, winter means hibernation. But not in Manitoba. With no less than 30 winter festivals and events taking place this winter, it means every weekend offers another chance to play in the snow. Winter Athletics Manitoba Loppet Classic. Photo by T. Chshyolkova See how hot your competitive spirit