Local Travel Guides & Brochures

The Pysanky Path

Recently updated, this brochure provides information on Ukrainian heritage sites, museums, churches and cemeteries in the vicinity of Riding Mountain National Park.

Pysanky Path Brochure

Heritage Trails of the Prairie Mountains

This brochure and map focuses on communities south of Riding Mountain National Park in Rossburn Municipality (Rossburn, Vista, Olha) and Rural Municipality of Yellowhead (Oakburn, Shoal Lake, Strathclair, Elphinstone). Here you’ll find information on museums, historic sites and cemeteries, including a detailed map showing each location.

Heritage Trails Brochure

Route 45

From prairie fields to prairie mountains. Travel scenic highway 45 to enjoy all the unique attractions and places along the way.

Route 45 Brochure

From Scratch – Unique Eateries of Rural Manitoba

From Scratch - Unique Eateries of Rural ManitobaThis guide  brings to you an assortment of fascinating rural Manitoba eateries that are unique in some way, serve fresh flavourful food and are a pleasure to visit. Plan a route, work up an appetite and hit the road in search of the tasty culinary surprises waiting in rural Manitoba.

» From Scratch – Unique Eateries of Rural Manitoba (2015 edition, PDF, 11 MB)

Cinnamon Bun Trail

Cinnamon Bun Trail BrochureJoin us on a journey across rural Manitoba as we share great places to find sweet treats and delicious homemade foods.

» Cinnamon Bun Trail (2012 edition, PDF, 1.9 MB)

In the Shadow of Riding Mountain

In the Shadow of Riding Mountain: Exploring the Heritage Sites of Manitoba’s Central ParklandThe area in the Shadow of the Riding Mountain – comprised of the City of Dauphin, the Towns of Gilbert Plains and Grandview, and the Rural Municipalities of Dauphin, Lawrence, Gilbert Plains and Grandview – has a great wealth of history and heritage. From the settlements of Aboriginal peoples 8,000 years ago to the explorers, the Métis and European pioneers, this area has been a centre of trade and agriculture. With the arrival of the Canadian Northern Railway in the early years of the 20th century, many more European settlers arrived, bringing a vibrant cultural heritage rich in traditional music, dance, food and faith. Many of their churches and schools, along with community museums, are yours to discover.

» In the Shadow of Riding Mountain (2008 edition, PDF, 1.2 MB)