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The Ultimate Manitoba Bucket List Before It Gets Cold As Fvck Out

It's dropped to below freezing already ... ❄️
The Ultimate Manitoba Bucket List Before It Gets Cold As Fvck Out

So far it's been nice out but the nights have already dropped to zero. It's coming, the cold is definitely coming. I've heard we are supposed to get an early winter this year but it's not like I'm a meteorologist.

Winter is on its way, though regardless, I do know that until it is here, let's make the most of it! We have a couple months left depending on how the weather goes

There is still time! So don't end up regretting not doing things once it's freezing out and your car won't start, never mind the winter bus problems. I don't hate winter at all, but snow does make things more difficult.

So let the annual cold countdown begin. Here is The Ultimate Manitoba Bucket List Before It Gets Cold As Fvck Out.

See the list by clicking a category below or NEXT to see them all:

Free 💸

Cheap 💵

Boujee 💵 💵

To start with Free things, click "NEXT"

Go check out the waterfalls before they become frozen. Although the frozen waterfalls also look super cool.

via @liz.tran

Go out and take photos before your fingers start to freeze. Your Insta feed is only getting older.

via @mvmt

Warm up on those cool fall night with a bonfire. Winter bonfires are nice too, but still.

via @myhappynook

Go hiking and enjoy the beautiful fall colours while they are here. Check out some especially cool spots.

via @tanishaarodgers

Dare enter one of the allegedly haunted spots in Manitoba. Obviously, October is the best time to go.

via @brainradio

Visit one of the free haunted houses. It's always better when it's not snowing.

To see Cheap things, click "NEXT"

Have some ice cream before the air is actually colder than the ice cream is self. Some of the seasonal spots are still open!

via @betterthanbabas

Have the last of your food truck cravings before they all close down for the season.

via @livelihood.ca

Go camping before the snow falls. You can still go camping in the winter but that takes it to a whole new level.

via @ashleyfouldss

Enjoy the views of the water at one of these Waterfront Restaurants one last time before it freezes for the year. 

via @assiniboineparkzoo

Visit the Assiniboine Zoo before lots of the animals go into hiding and we can still walk around.

Visit some of the scary haunted houses and forests. Remember having to cover up your Halloween costume with your snow suite?

To see Boujee things, click "NEXT"

Enjoy the last of the leaves before they get covered in snow at one of Manitoba's beautiful resorts.

via @_kennedyalyssa

Take the Ultimate Road Trip in Manitoba if you haven't yet before the roads get slippery and dangerous.

via @banff_lakelouise

Visit your friends, family, or favourite places (Banff❤️) outside of Manitoba before the highways get full of snow and ice.

via @frontiersnorth

Besides the fact that Churchill is like the coldest place in Manitoba, a lot of the cool tours are only available until November.

via @tylorreimer

Go luxury camping if tenting it in the cool weather isn't your thing. The best part is it's cheaper now.

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