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Kal Barteski Ice Painting The Forks

by • January 4, 2017 • #ExploreMB, Cultural Immersion, Food & Drink, Outdoor Experiences, WinnipegComments (2)8333

To do this winter in Manitoba: the checklist!

Header Image: Kal Barteski

If you’re the type that likes making your list and checking it twice (and experiencing the satisfaction of completing every item), allow our little checklist to give you the motivation to make this winter the best winter ever. And while this isn’t a complete list of all there is to do in Manitoba in the winter (not even close, in fact), it is a good starting point if you’re aiming to make friends with winter. How many can you mark off before the season is through?

What to do in Manitoba in winter

For more information on each activity, follow the links below!

Ice skate at The Forks

Snowmobile from Flin Flon to the Pas

Relax at Thermëa

Cross Country Ski in the Whiteshell

Spend the night in an oTENTik in Riding Mountain National Park

Stay up to see the Northern Lights

Eat at RAW:Almond or RAW:Churchill

Attend the Winter Fair in Brandon

Reel in a big one on Lake Winnipeg

Roll taffy at Festival du Voyageur

Try ice bowling at FortWhyte Alive

Go snowtubing at Adrenaline Adventures

Dogsled at Asessippi Resort

Eat Ukrainian food at Vita & Area Winter Fest

Ski & snowboard at Spring Hill Winter Sports Park

Take on the toboggan hill at Assiniboine Park

Dance at the Big Fun Festival in Winnipeg

Skate at Minnedosa’s Pond Hockey Tournament

Roadtrip to Hecla Island

Toss a fish at Gimli’s Ice Festival

Attend Morden’s Multicultural WinterFest

Snowshoe Vermillion Park in Dauphin

What winter to-do would you add to this list? Tell us about your adventures in the comments!

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2 Responses to To do this winter in Manitoba: the checklist!

  1. Kendra says:

    How about heading out on a winter horseback trail ride? At Falcon Beach Ranch winter rides are often done bareback to help you stay warm 🙂

  2. These are some really great suggestions for winter activities! I haven’t been to Thermea yet so that is definitely on my list as well as staying in an Otentik at Riding Mountain and ice skating at The Forks. I’m just hoping the weather warms up a little bit soon!

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