15 Places You Have To Explore In Manitoba
Hecla Island - A beautiful island and the perfect beach escape complete with campgrounds, inns, and a lighthouse.
1
Wapusk National Park - a vast subarctic wilderness of tundra and boreal forest that has the worlds largest known polar bear maternity denning areas
2
Souris Swinging Bridge - one of Manitoba’s star attractions that lights up prettily at night
3
Narcisse Snake Dens - something out of my nightmares but if you’re into snakes you’ll love it here!
4
International Peace Garden - a beautiful garden that’s partially in Manitoba, partially in North Dakota!
5
Tulabi Falls - beautiful falls with a great campground and hiking trails
6
Churchill - incredible place to see the northern lights! Plus you can spot belugas and polar bears here
7
Clearwater Lake - the water is so clear here you can see the bottom even at 11 metres!
8
Caddy Lake Tunnels - tunnels that were created when the railways were built. Now you can canoe and kayak through them!
9
Spirit Sands - a great hike through Manitoba’s largest sand hill and open dune community
10
Little Limestone Lake - the largest marl lake in the world. The calcium carbonate rich lake is a stunning turquoise color
11
Pisew Falls - beautiful falls with a great hiking trail
12
Steep Rock - the most amazing cliffs and rock formations that make a beautiful place to watch the sunset
13
Riding Mountain National Park - a beautiful park with lots to see. In this picture is bald hill!
14
Grand Beach Provincial Park - the largest white sand dunes and ancient beaches that date back to the ice age!
15
Explore more Jumprope
Want to create? It’s fast, easy, free & open to anyone.
Learn more.
More than 50,000 step-by-step guides to learn how to do anything.