Canada - Manitoba (Chapter)
This is the Manitoba chapter from Lonely Planet's Canada guidebook.
The two prominent stars of Manitoba are Winnipeg, with its big-city sophistication and Churchill, with its profusion of natural wonders. But it's the open spaces of the prairie that truly defines this often misunderstood province.
- revel in polar bears, beluga whales and even an ancient fort in Churchill, the surprising sub-Arctic city that's difficult to get to
- hike and paddle Manitoba's best natural setting, Riding Mountain National Park
- enjoy big-city fun and world-class talent, prairie-style in Winnipeg
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Winnipeg, Lower Fort Garry, Oak Hammock Marsh, Lake Winnipeg, Gimli, Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park, Mennonite Heritage Village, Whiteshell Provincial Park, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Brandon, International Peace Garden, Riding Mountain National Park, The Pas, Flin Flon, Thompson, Pisew Falls and Churchill.
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