The La Perdrix Trails are located just south of Notre Dame de Lourdes on PTH 244. These trails were first in use 20 years ago or so, and were refurbished by Birch Mountain Sports Inc in autumn 2018. These beautiful trails are wooded amid gently rolling terrain with classic tracks on 3.5KM of groomed trails.
The Pumpkin Creek Ski Club with trailhead, parking lot, and shelter building is located ~4 km west of Roseisle on the Valley Road. There are 20K of well-groomed classic trails along the scenic creek and through hilly terrain, with shorter and longer loop options. This trail is perfect for easy and intermediate skiers.
Bittersweet Ski Trails just north of Treherne offers over 20 kilometers of classic trails and 12 kilometers of skate trails that wind with the landscape across the prairies and through the woodlands offering a unique journey along the shores of the Assiniboine.
Located between Morden and Winkler. Their trails are groomed for both classic and skate skiing. Club membership fees support the operation and maintenance of these trails.
Birch Ski Area has 7.5 km of ski trails for expert, intermediate, and ‘brave-beginner’ ski enthusiasts. The trails journey through beautiful gullies and valleys that provide exceptional outdoor scenery. The South 5km trails are between 3 to 5 metres wide and are groomed for skate and classic skiing. The North 2.5km are classic only.
The view from the observation tower allows you to see the entire Red River Valley including the communities of Carman, Morden, Winkler, Morris, and all others in between. In addition to the tower, washroom facilities are also available.
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The Prairie Velo Tour, an event supported by Bonjour Manitoba, was designed to promote the wide variety of gravel in the region, plus showcase local food and culture.
Splash Island is an outdoor water park in the City of Portage la Prairie, MB
It has 3 slides, fountains, geysers, bubbler bench, tots pool, zero-depth entry, lazy river & more!
Managed by the Portage Regional Recreation Authority within Stride Place.
Neubergthal is one of the best-preserved single street Mennonite villages in North America. The village layout and architecture were developed over centuries of Mennonite life in Europe and Russia. Come for a visit, an escorted tour, a self-guided tour. We also take special requests for other types of tours, rentals, and events. Please call or e-mail us for details on how we can accommodate your group.
Open: Sunday: 2-5 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday: 2-6
Escorted tours: $20 Family Pass (All NHF Buildings), $5/Person Commons Yard, $5/Person Friesen Housebarn,
Visits and Self-Guided Tour are Free
Jump into Autumn and test out your scavenger hunting skills inside the Fort la Reine Museum’s newest seasonal attraction! Open August 14th until the end of October every day, all hours of the day.
- Is there an entry fee? There is not a set entry fee, but there is a donation box at the entrance archway. Your support allows us to make this an annual activity. Corn maze entrance is included with Museum admission (no extra donation required)
- When is the corn maze open? The corn maze is available August 14th to the end of October. It is open all hours of the day, 7 days a week.
- When is the rest of the Museum open? Summer hours are 7 days a week (10am-5pm), Autumn hours are Fri-Sun (11am-3pm)
- Can I bring my dog? Dogs are not allowed on the Museum grounds.