Bundle a visit to FortWhyte Alive with a stay at the Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg South now through February 28, 2014 and enjoy rates from $135/night.
Your outdoor adventure includes:
- One day admission with a snowshoe rental for two adults at FortWhyte Alive
- Fire pit rental with marshmallows or s’mores for two
- Free Internet access in your guestroom
- 1 Family In-Room Movie
- Free parking each night of your stay
Make sure to take a soak in the indoor swimming pool and hot tub after a day in the snow!
Discover how bison influenced the history of
Manitoba and the lives of Aboriginals, Métis and Pioneers.
Venture through the aspen forest onto the
open prairie, where you will experience your
first close-up encounter with 30 grunting,
munching bison. Test your skills as you power
a mighty Voyageur canoe around the lake, or
hear the crunching of the snow under historic
footwear, the snowshoe. Explore a Plains
Cree Tipi and marvel at the design and
functionality – cool in summer and warm in
winter, offering a respite from the prairie winds.
Feel the smoothness of a hand crafted black
spoon, fashioned from a bison horn.
Step inside a one-room pioneer sod house
and savour wild bush tea and bannock over
Duration: 3 hrs
Min: 3 participants
Max: 20 participants
Please dress appropriately for the weather
as the tour is outside; you are welcome to
bring a bottle of water with you if you like;
cameras are also allowed on the tours
To participate in this experience:
Please call 989-8353 or
email FortWhyte Alive.
To complement your journey visit our award-winning Buffalo Stone Café before or after your experience — featuring regional Manitoban cuisine, including bison and fresh produce grown onsite.
Call to arrange a private tour!
Minimum three participants.
Our Ecotours are flexible and designed to fit your groups’ busy travel itineraries. Programs are available for all seasons with alternative activity provided for inclement weather.
Enhance the Manitoba experience by adding nature to your travel plans!
For more information regarding ecotourism programming, please contact our Visitor Services Coordinator, Kalyn Murdock at (204) 989-8373 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy nature’s best nestled within the urban boundaries of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Inject your tour with fresh air, outdoor activity, wildlife, cultural heritage, and environmental education.