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Worst Winters in Canada – Manitoba

Worst Winters in Canada – Manitoba

Waking up the other day to a thick morning frost on the outside of my windows was a reminder of what’s to come. Its been a few years since I’ve been in Winnipeg and I’m already anxiously waiting to get out and “enjoy” what Winnipeg’s Winter has to offer.

I also came across this recent article – “Sorry, Manitoba: You’ve Been Ranked as the Province with the Worst Winters in Canada

Google also agrees with their #1 pick of the Coldest Canadian City … Winnipeg.

One of the things I love about Winnipeg is its people… no matter how cold it gets, you’ll still find crazy positive attitudes outside and enjoying winter activities!   You just reeeeeallly need to dress appropriately.   

Let the winter fun begin!

Winter Wonderland: Absolutely Gorgeous!

Winter Wonderland: Absolutely Gorgeous!

This was such a beautiful area, I had to return!

Part 1 – Meanwhile, back in the Peacefulness of a Winter Wonderland…

Part 2 – Winter Wonderland: Absolutely Gorgeous!

The snow had fallen over night and I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed to check out Campbell Valley Park again…

Campbell Valley Regional Park is located in southern Langley, BC and has 29km of trails! No, you don’t have to do the full 29km, there are shorter routes that average about 4km per round trip.

At one point, as I stepped out of a trail and into a clearing, I was suddenly standing back-in-time !  Did you know there is a Hidden 1960’s / 70’s NASCAR Race Track in Campbell Valley Regional Park?  Its hidden by the forrest! The only way to get to it is through the hiking trails. Very Cool! (sorry, no photo’s of it, but be sure to go check it out yourself!).

Besides the winter beauty of this area, its a very common place to do some bird watching, picnicking, and just enjoying nature along the easy to follow trails.

PS. The birds are pretty friendly too!  

Definitely a worthwhile outing to take your family, and bring a camera! 


Through my own actions I hope to inspire & encourage others to get out, explore and discover the beauty that is all around.
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