Curling Rock, Arborg, Manitoba. The world's largest curling rock was erected in 2005 and measures 4.2 meters across and 2.1 meters tall.

The world's largest curling rock was erected in 2005 and measures meters across and meters tall. Cuz everyone needs to have the biggest curling rock!

Things to do in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Things to do in Winnipeg

10 things to do in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from seeing polar bears to the Human Rights Museum and visiting the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

14 Manitoba Beaches You Need To Explore This Summer

14 Manitoba Beaches You Need To Explore This Summer

Caddy Lake caves in Whiteshell Park, Manitoba

Caddy Lake tunnel from south cross to north cross, in Whiteshell Park, Manitoba. There use to be a bell to let the opposite end know someone was approaching, someone stole the bell.

The complete guide on how to get to Churchill Manitoba to see polar bears. The fastest way is not the cheapest way, but through Thompson is the best way!

How To Get to Churchill, Manitoba (the Cheapest and Fastest Way

The complete guide on how to get to Churchill Manitoba to see polar bears. The fastest way is not the cheapest way, but through Thompson is the best way!

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Hiking Hunt Lake Trail, Whiteshell Provincial Park

Hiking the Spirit Sands and Devil's Punch Bowl Trail in Manitoba's Spruce Woods Provincial Park -> The Spirit Sands is a challenging yet rewarding trail that passes through a variety of unique and beautiful landscapes, including a sand dune desert! Read about my experiences hiking the trail on my blog and get some photo inspiration for your future trip here.

Hiking the Spirit Sands and Devil's Punch Bowl Trail in Manitoba's Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Hiking the Spirit Sands and Devil's Punch Bowl Trail in Manitoba's Spruce Woods Provincial Park -> The Spirit Sands is a challenging yet rewarding trail that passes through a variety of unique and beautiful landscapes, including a sand dune desert!

Hiking and Exploring Manitoba's Hecla Provincial Park -> Hecla is a beautiful provincial park located less than two hours north of Winnipeg and it makes a perfect day or weekend trip from the city. The park features an historic Icelandic village, the Lighthouse Trail and a large network of hiking trails in the Grassy Narrows Marsh, beaches, a harbour, campground, and more. If you live in Manitoba or are traveling to the province, add Hecla to your list/itinerary! Check my blog post for more!

Hiking and Exploring Manitoba's Hecla Provincial Park

Hecla Provincial Park is a beautiful protected park in Manitoba that is located on a peninsula known as Hecla Island, just two hours north of Winnipeg.

A Half-Day Trip To Pinawa Dam Provincial Park and Suspension Bridge in Manitoba, Canada | Do you live in Manitoba or have plans to travel to the province? Pinawa Dam and Suspension Bridge are two beautiful places to explore about an hour and a half east of Winnipeg, making them perfect places to visit on a day trip! There are lots of fantastic photo opportunities and gorgeous landscapes and nature to admire. Check out my blog post to read about my experiences and get some photo inspiration!

A Half-Day Trip To Pinawa Dam Provincial Park and Suspension Bridge

A Half-Day Trip To Pinawa Dam Provincial Park and Suspension Bridge in Manitoba, Canada

Belugas, bears and blooms. Summer in Churchill, Manitoba.

Belugas, Bears and Blooms: Summer in Churchill

7 thrilling reasons to visit Churchill, Manitoba - Chatelaine

7 thrilling reasons to visit Churchill, Manitoba

Explore the wild tundra, taste the freshest northern fare and take an unforgettable tour in the Polar Bear Capital of the World: Churchill, Manitoba

7 of the best outdoor adventures in Manitoba

7 of the Best Outdoor Adventures in Manitoba

Manitoba offers the outdoor adventurer lots of choice from snorkeling with beluga whales out of Churchill to paddling wilderness rivers to easy hikes close to Winnipeg.

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