Author Archives: Ron Pradinuk

Exploring Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba: Get Out in Nature, While Appreciating Local Communities

Hiking at Riding Mountain National Park

Sitting atop the Manitoba Escarpment, Riding Mountain National Park consists of three distinct ecosystems – grasslands, upland boreal and eastern deciduous forests. For anyone who thinks that Manitoba is only prairie farmland, we’d urge you to come here and smash that misconception. We Explore Canada contributor Ron Pradinuk is here to tell you how to […]

Visiting The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba: Where the Past and Present Merge

The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Forks, located where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet, has been a meeting place for over 6000 years. It has a storied history, but over the last 30 years, the city and province has turned this place into one of the province’s foremost destinations for tourists and locals alike. Two families arrive at the […]

Salmon Fishing on Vancouver Island: A Dream Fishing Trip For Fishers of All Types

Salmon Fishing on Vancover Island

It’s a dream trip for almost anyone who knows and loves fishing – a few days of salmon fishing on Canada’s Vancouver Island in British Columbia. It’s a good bet it’s on many dedicated fishers’ bucket-lists, no matter where on this globe they happen to find themselves. Ron Pradinuk tells us how to make the […]

Visiting the Malahat Skywalk: See Vancouver Island From a Different Perspective

The Malahak Skywalk

A 600 metre elevated walkway through a west coast forest of Arbutus and Douglas Firs, and then ascension of a 10-story spiral tower to take in the stunning 360-degree view of islands, fjords, forests and mountains. Who wouldn’t want that?! We Explore Contributor Ron Pradinuk walks us through how to get the most of our […]