Welcome to episode 9 of Explore Magazine’s Live the Adventure Podcast.
Let's talk about Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Jenn Smith Nelson has co-authored a book called "110 Nature Hot Spots in Manitoba and Saskatchewan."
These two provinces are sometimes viewed as flyovers—especially next to tourism heavy-hitters like Alberta, BC, Ontario and Quebec.
So what do they have to offer? What does it mean to be a Saskatchewanite? And why should you touch down in Canada's heartland?
Plus, we'll discuss her new book and why the guidebook format still has a place in the 21st century.
In This Episode You'll Learn
- What does it mean to be a Saskatchewanite?
- What do Saskatchewan and Manitoba offer the outdoor enthusiast?
- Where specifically should you go? What will you find there?
- What are some surprising aspects of the prairies?
- How do guidebooks stay relevant in the 21st century?
Links Mentioned in this Episode
- 110 Nature Hot Spots in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
- Tourism Saskatchewan
- Travel Manitoba
- Churchill, Manitoba
- Prince Albert National Park
- Grasslands National Park