Manitoba travelers choose from 6 Best Western hotels.
It's cold in Manitoba. Get ready for a Canadian winter sports adventure!
Start your trek with a visit to Winnipeg. Hockey fans are excited for winter and fast paced action of NHL games. Head to the MTS Centre and cheer on the Winnipeg Jets battling through the Eastern Conference in hopes of lifting Lord Stanley's Cup. More adventure? Try ice fishing on Lake Manitoba or Jackfish Lake – further north, there's God's Lake.
Ride the powder in Manitoba near Inglis at Asessippi Ski Area, great for beginners to veterans and complete with 25 downhill runs. In southeast Manitoba Falcon Lake is home to Falcon Trails Resort – 11 trails for downhill and cross country skiing fun.
North of Thompson be on the slopes in 20-minutes with 18 different runs at Mystery Mountain Winter Park. In Winnipeg, try your luck at the Springhill Winter Sports Park. Or 10 miles north of Winnipeg, look for Stony Mountain Ski Area – only six runs, but challenging and plenty of fun.
Snowshoeing is a popular winter activity around Winnipeg. Try Beaudry Provincial Heritage Park – less than 10 miles west of Winnipeg, offers nearly 3,000 acres of snowshoeing trails. Birds Hill Provincial Park, another excellent option, is only 40 mins north features Cedar Bog Trail, an officially designated snowshoeing trail. In Brandon, be sure to check out one of the most popular local activities at the Brandon Curling Club, or visit the B.J. Hales Museum of Natural History.