Get a glimpse of what it was like for voyageurs to traverse the land by snowshoe on the Whitemouth River in Treaty 3.
While exploring, your guide, Michel, will share history of the Métis, telling stories of growing up in Northern Manitoba. You’ll be invite you to get cozy around the campfire to cook bannock, and drink wild harvested tea from the Agassiz Forest. Later, Michel will prepare for you traditional Métis feast cooked on open flame. Before bed, you can heat things up in the 90-degree sauna to sooth your body, mind, and spirit.
In the morning, wake to locally roasted coffee brewing, tea, fresh farm eggs, wood-fired sourdough, Notre Dame butter, and fruit before you head out for the day.
Dates: December 10, January 14 & 28, February 25, March 4 & 1
Includes: Snowshoe gear, an interpretive experience, bannock, wild tea and home-made hot chocolate, locally sourced dinner, 1 night accommodation, sauna, smudge ceremony and sharing circle.
Group Tour: $230 ea.
Youth (12-15): $195 ea.
Dress for the weather. A minimum of 6 people is required for the program to go.