Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Manitoba

Snow Flake

Nature lovers will delight in the numerous species of birds, animals and vegetation found along the Snow Lake's regions many area's hiking trails. Visitors will enjoy picking strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, or gooseberries and history enthusiasts can explore ancient Aboriginal pictographs that are approximately 1500 years old.

Mining is and always has been Snow Lake's major industry. Over 40 years, two separate mining ventures have operated in the community.

The small town of Snow Lake in Manitoba, Canada, is located 685 km north of Winnipeg at the end of Provincial Road 392. The main industry is and always has been mining; currently with one mine producing Zinc.

Fishing and boating are popular activities with the presence of many lakes and rivers, such as Snow Lake, Wekusko Lake and the Grass River. The Grass River Route will provide outdoor enthusiasts with an insight into the life of the early voyageurs and fur traders. In the winter months, local hiking paths double as cross-country ski trails while miles of frozen lakes and rivers in the area provide endless trails for snowmobilers. Ice fishing is popular as well.

 

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