Outdoor Adventures
Get Ready for a Wild Experience

Outdoor Adventures

Explore Manitoba’s parks and wild places.

COVID Update

Due to the spread of COVID-19, many businesses throughout the province are temporarily closing their doors.

Before venturing out please call ahead to your destination of choice to confirm that they are operating during this current phase of the pandemic.

Enjoy a round of golf or a backcountry hike—the range of outdoor experiences in Manitoba is as wide as our prairie skies. As rolling fields give way to boreal forest and then exotic tundra, the shifting landscape makes for dramatic backgrounds no matter the adventure.

Feel the rush of reeling in a trophy fish or flying through the forest on a dogsled. Embrace the calm while watching the graceful dance of the northern lights or gently paddling across a lake at sunset on your next Manitoba vacation.

Snowy owls spend their summers on the tundra and their winters in the southern part of Manitoba.

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Clear Lake Country

Winter Adventure in Clear Lake Country

After a day of skating our extensive trails through a magically lit forest and snow sculpture gallery, return to your cozy hotel stay & enjoy a hot tub & sauna experience. Cap it all off at a local restaurant or a spa day at Solstice Spa at Elkorn Resort.

Northern Lights

See the northern lights up to 300 nights a year.

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding adventures in Manitoba’s heartland.

Six people snow showing on the frozen lake at FortWhyte on a clear day.

Winter is pretty amazing

And in Manitoba, winter isn’t just a season–for part of the year, it’s a way of life. As a result, we embrace it with a host of events and activities you simply can’t experience any other time of year.

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The spirit of the voyageur endures at Festival du Voyageur, the largest winter festival in Western Canada.

Beaches & Boating

Embrace lake life in Manitoba.


Tee off surrounded by beautiful scenery in Manitoba.


Explore Manitoba’s waterways on a paddling adventure.


Experience world-class fishing on pristine lakes.

Northern lights over the Poplar River

Must-See Highlights

In Churchill, the peak viewing time for witnessing the flickering green hues of the Aurora Borealis is between February and March, but you can view them almost 300 days a year.

polar bear tour

Go on a Tour

There are a variety of tours for viewing polar bears in Churchill in both the summer and fall season and deciding on which one is best for you depends on your level of adventure, your desire for exclusivity and your budget.

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