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Outdoor enthusiasts in Winnipeg, Manitoba, enjoy cross country skiing, skating at the Forks, snowmobile adventures, ice fishing ...
and, of course, staying indoors where it’s warm.
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Because of its Northern location in the Perry region of Canada, Winnipeg’s winters are cold crisps and brilliantly sunny.
Winnipeg is the capital city of the province of Manitoba in Canada’s Midwest. It has four distinctly different seasons and the winter is just as cold as the summer is hot but if you can beat it you might as well join it and that’s with the folks are doing here at the forks of the Red River.
Skating rink dot the city at numerous community clubs and snow mobile trails are bound on the out skirts of town. The Red River freezes up for the better part of winter making it an ideal snow mobile route, you'll see ice fishing under way along the river within enthusiast setting up at lock fort with the summer fishing is also splendid.
Winnipeger’s have learned that there’s fun to be had out doors as long as your dress for it. At Cinaboin Park where the pavilion offers cozy rest fit from the chill snow slide pretty bargainers have been built. The park itself is a winter wonderland full of cross countries ski trails and a tenacious population that wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.