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. In between, gently rolling fields of grain, sunflowers and wildflowers reach all the way north to Arctic tundra.
- revel in polar bears, beluga whales and even an ancient fort in Churchill, the surprising subarctic city that’s difficult to reach
- 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: When to Go, Winnipeg, Around Winnipeg, Lower Fort Garry, Oak Hammock Marsh, Lake Winnipeg, Gimli, Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park, Southeastern Manitoba, Whiteshell Provincial Park, Western Manitoba, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Brandon, International Peace Garden, Riding Mountain National Park, Northern Manitoba, The Pas, Flin Flon, Thompson, Pisew Falls, Churchill.
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