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Outdoor Activities

Nature Manitoba conducts a variety of outdoor activities throughout the year. Our activities include canoeing, hiking, cycling, snowshoeing, camping, cross-country skiing, and other outdoor recreational pursuits. All Outdoor Activities are free for members, with the exception of any cabin/park fees if applicable, and the Grey Hares group is listed separately. Non-members may attend a trip or two at no cost, in order explore the option of membership. Before registering for a trip please review the safety requirements and the difficulty rating using the following Trip Rating Guidelines.

If you are a member, please contact the trip leader directly with any questions, as listed below, otherwise please contact our office.

Nature Manitoba Outings

Mantario Trail north end day hike

July 27, 2019
General Trips / INTERMEDIATE

Please join Roger for hike from north trailhead at Big Whiteshell Lake along the shore for Big Whiteshell Lake followed by BBQ and potluck . 

Meet at 9 am at Red River food store parking lot in Southdale along Fermor Ave .Drivers will need provncial park pass. 


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Contact / Registration: 

To register please call Roger at 204-451-1219

Rock 'n Stroll: Stony Mountain, Stonewall and Argyle

July 31, 2019

Join Rose for a rockin' hike through the 440 million-year-old quarries of Stony Mountain (collecting permitted) and Stonewall, tour the little village of Argyle which has a remarkable number of historic structures, and test out a small section of the 106 km.-long Interlake Pioneer Trail on the Prime Meridian. Registration commences July 24.

Contact / Registration: 

Contact Rose at .

Walking tour of permaculture gardens

August 14, 2019
Grey Hares / NOVICE

Walking tour of the permaculture gardens of the Sustainable South Osborne Community Co-op (SSOCC) led by the vice-president Rod Kueneman. After the tour we can lunch in the garden followed by a neighbourhood walk and the option of a treat at BDI.

Contact / Registration: 

Contact Jennifer Johnsen/Kevin MacDonald 204-256-6145.

RMNP Bike & Hike

August 19, 2019 to August 24, 2019

Car camp at Lake Audy. A reasonable BIKE is NEEDED. Cycle down Strathclair trail to Kinnis Crk. (bike friendly 8 x 2 km) to see what can be seen. Cycle to Minnedosa River campground (about 5 km one way) until trail becomes bike unfriendly (leave and lock bikes). Then continue by hiking to north end of Grasshopper Valley thru old growth white spruce forest. Cycle to POW camp at Whitewater L.

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RMNP Bike & Hike Camping CANCELLED

August 31, 2019 to September 2, 2019

Car camp at Lake Audy. On Saturday afternoon, cycle down Strathclair trail (very bike friendly) to see what can be seen. On Sunday, cycle to Minnedosa River campground (about 5 km) until trail becomes bike unfriendly (leave and lock bikes). Then continue by hiking to north end of Grasshopper Valley thru old growth white spruce forest.

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Cycle and Harvest

September 4, 2019

Cycle and Harvest – cycle trip to harvest vegetables at the Floodway Gardens (north of Town of Birds Hill). Pack a grocery bag for your vegetables. Leader can arrange pick up after cycle. There will be a picnic stop along the way.

Contact / Registration: 

For more information and to register, contact Brian Wagg 204-663-8333 or

Walk Into A Tree

October 30, 2019
Grey Hares / NOVICE

Walk Into A Tree. Casual 5 to 7 km round-trip walk/hike along the Red River through giant cottonwoods in Kildonan Park and Rivergrove. We will visit a tree you can walk into without bouncing off of and that is one of the few living things you can hug from the inside.

Contact / Registration: 

Register by October 28 with Donna Kurt at