1.5 hour | May – October weather dependent
Your guide Diane will meet you at the trailhead to the Petroform site, located around 90 minutes East of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada within the Whiteshell Provincial Park. Diane will provide an overview of the park and share information on Indigenous land uses and histories in the area. As you walk along well-travelled trails, Diane will point out specific Petroforms and share stories and teachings that have been told for thousands of years.
Note: Manidoo-Abi is a sacred site and remains in use to this day. You may not realize that you are standing on or knocking over a Petroform at first glance. Additionally, you may see cloth offerings or gifts along the trail. Visitors must be respectful, and we ask that you do not touch or move any objects or materials from the site.
Group Tour Prices:
Individual people 1-6 people: $30/each
Small Groups of 7-10 people: $200
Large Groups of 11-20 people: $250
Classroom-sized Groups of 21-30 people: $300
Total Distance: Around 1km (round trip)
Physical Demands: Light to Medium
Suggested items to bring: good walking/hiking shoes for uneven ground, bug spray, hat, sunscreen, water. You may also choose to bring a mat or blanket to sit on.
Transportation to and from the site
Manitoba Provincial Park Pass