Did you know Canada.. while most people think about travel through the summer or during the lull of January - March, I actually like travelling in the fall. Not too hot, no snow (usually), not too busy but still lots to do.
I've been researching what there is to do in Winnipeg in the fall, and it turns out - there's lots to do!
We all know fall means football, and checking out the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on their new home turf at Investors Group Field would be a treat for any fan!
Check out the beauty of Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s, in October they are premiering The Handmaid's Tale.
Browse for unique goods at The Forks Market from made-in-Manitoba food products to souvenirs
to glass art and more.
Fellow blogger? Check out the Winnipeg International Writers’ Festival running September 20-28.
There on business? Check out Roseman executive suites for your stay.
I know you are all hockey fans - you can see the Winnipeg Jets in action!
If you are heading there later in the season rent skates and glide along 1.2 km of groomed skating at Arctic Glacier Winter Park located at The Forks.
One idea that would really be my favourite - stroll the scenic Riverwalk and snap picture-perfect views of the city!
Have you visited The Peg in the fall? share some tips with us!