Did you know?

Margaret Laurence, author of The Stone Angel, is a native of Neepawa and her original home is a designated Provincial Heritage Site and museum.

 

Walking Tours

Walking Tours

Historical Walking Tour (Baldur)

This is a self-guided tour that takes in three historic churches and several storefronts from the town’s first days. Maps are available from any Baldur merchant. For more information, contact the RM of Argyle Municipal Office or check the website for a copy of the map with pictures.

Phone:
204-535-2176 (RM of Argyle Municipal Office)


The Heritage Walking Tour (Birtle)

The Heritage Walking Tour brochure will guide you through a walk in the past. Enjoy the story told by many interesting heritage sites and interpretive plaques. You can also tour the Gardens of Western Manitoba and Valleylands.

Historic Buildings Walking Tour (Boissevain)

This self-guided tour features some of the distinctive heritage buildings in Boissevain including St. Paul’s United Church, which was built from local fieldstone in 1893 in the Gothic Revival style. Booklets are available at the Visitors Centre on Mountain Street.

Phone:
204-534-6662


Glenboro Walking Trail (Glenboro)

This is a self-guided walking tour which points out many of the interesting sites of the town, including Sara the Camel. Brochures can be picked up at the Village Office.

Phone:
204-827-2083


Theme Tours (Miniota)

Awaken your sense of adventure. Spend a day on one of our theme tours, Nature, Aboriginal, and History. Groups as well as individuals are welcome.

Phone:
204-567-3683 (Community Development Corporation)


The Stone House Walking Tour (Minnedosa)

The Stone House Walking Tour will guide you throughout the community to view historic buildings and their history. Learn about the people who were influential in Minnedosa’s early years with a walking tour of the Founder’ s Parks located throughout the downtown area. Pamphlets are available for each of these tours with locations and GPS coordinates.

Rapid City & Area Wildlife Association (Rapid City)

Visit the home of Manitoba’s First Fish Ladder, located on the Little Saskatchewan River. The Association has constructed a 4.6 km historical walking trail which boasts scenic views of the Little Saskatchewan River Valley and leads you past historic points of interest around Rapid City.

Virden Walking Tour (Virden)

See the community’s beautiful homes, historical buildings and attractive parks firsthand. This one to oneand-a-half hour self-guided tour is a relaxing walk with plenty of opportunity to see the sights, stop for coffee or do some shopping along the way. Brochures are available at the town office, tourist booth and the CP station.

Walking Tour (Wawanesa)

Highlights our scenic cliffs and the Souris River. The Seddon’s Landing is where canoes can finish their trip down the river.