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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. Note that a trip's difficulty is rated 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.


Ski Bittersweet trails near Treherne

February 1, 2017
Grey Hares / ADVANCED

Ski Bittersweet trails near Treherne for those not going to HeclaEnjoy 20 km of classic and 14 km of skate 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. 

Contact / Registration: 

Contact Ted Harvey 204-889-5725 or to register.

Trip is Full Overnight stay at James Lake cabin in Turtle Mountain

February 18, 2017 to February 20, 2017
General Trips / INTERMEDIATE

There are a few spots left for a ski to James Lake cabin in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park . The cabin is booked for Saturday Feb 18 th and 19th and there are no cabin fees . It's a 5 km ski to cabin with some uphills . People interested in coming should have a cold weather sleeping bag even if in cabin it gets quite warm when the stove is going . The cabin is rustic but cozy .

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Ski the Ross Creek Trails

February 22, 2017

Ski the Ross Creek Trails near Teulon. Enjoy skiing on groomed trails meandering along/across the wooded Ross Creek ravine, with warmng huts.

Contact / Registration: 

Contact Doris Orchyk for more info and to register 204-837-6166.

Canoe English River country

August 14, 2017 to August 27, 2017
Major Trips / ADVANCED

 Join Jerry for a 2 week canoe trip starting at Caribou Falls Power dam, travelling to the southern boundary of Woodland Caribou park (Sydney Lake) and then returning to the power dam launch site. The trip involves about 200 km of paddling (2 x 100 each way) and a total of about 10 portages (2 x 5 each way). GO TO READ MORE.

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