Drive through the Whiteshell with Al and Thelma Ross. Come enjoy the Whiteshell in the Fall, capture the vibrant Fall colours, get tips on photography from a professional, or just enjoy the trip and company! No hiking, an easy trip.
7kms of easy skating and classic trails on the Piniawa Golf Course, and 40 kms of classic trails of varying levels of difficulty in Canadian shield, forested trails and warming huts. An easy ski on the golf course is possible for a leisurely group. The Pinawa Club is right at the trail head. Golf course is rated at 1, the rest at 2-4.
Ski the Whitemouth trails in Hadashville, MB. Lunch will be at Sophies Ukranian Kitchen in Hadashville. No park pass required.
(Note: trip's original location was West Hawk Lake but has been changed to Whitemouth.)
The Pine Falls trails are aprox. 9 kms and have a warm-up shelter and outhouse. Enjoy a lunch in Pine Falls before heading to lac du Bonnet trails off Hwy 317. There are 4 loops with about 11kms, no warm-up shelter and primitive outhouse. Both sets of groomed trails are flat or gently rolling with options for hills in Pine Falls.
Contact / Registration:
Contact Kathy Picard in Lac du Bonnet at 1-204-345-8422.
24kms of skating and classic ski trails of varying difficulty, from easy to difficult. Easier trails are toward the east side, more difficult trails and hills to the west side, central warming hut plus a new clubhouse at the trail head.
Formerly Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, 190 Rupert Ave. The museum is the largest heritage centre in Manitoba and the world and focuses on human and natural heritage. It has planetarium shows and a Science Gallery hall. The Institute for stained glass in Canada has documented the stained glass at the Manitoba Museum.
Drive through the Whiteshell with Al and Thelma Ross. Come enjoy the Whiteshell in Spring, capture the spring colours, get tips on photography from a professional, or just enjoy the trip and company! No hiking, an easy trip.
Visit the Prairie Originals Nursery, at 27 Bunns Road in Selkirk, for a tour with Shirley Froehlich. Includes opportunity to buy native prairie plants, followed by a bike ride or a walk for non-bikers.
Cycle from Birds Hill townsite along the paved floodway trail, continue across the new floodway bridge and the 59 pedestrian overpass into Birds Hill Park. Link up with the 7.2 km Pine Ridge Bicycle Trail and enjoy lunch by the beach.