Brokenhead Wetland Interpretive Trail is one of Manitoba’s awesome nature trails.
There are so many in our province. You can use this this awesome website, from Trails Manitoba to find a trail you want to explore.
We thought we’d help you out with 4 rules for exploring any Manitoban nature trail. If you follow these, I’m sure you will have a fantastic time. I’m definitely heading out to more Manitoban trails and hopefully I will see you there. Just remember to bring bug spray…lots of bug spray.
DON’T STEP OFF THE TRAIL!
Trails are sacred places where humans can gaze upon the nature that lies before them. If you step off at Brokenhead, you will either sink into the marshy wetlands (never to be seen again), or stomp on the many rare species of plants that are almost impossible to find anywhere else. Keep to the trial and you won’t ruin any ecosystems.
DON’T TOUCH THE PLANTS!
If you touch the plants, it is possible that your DNA could fuse with the plants and create a mutated human-plant hybrid monster. Also, you could break them.
Foreign objects can be catastrophic to fragile ecosystems. It’s like listening to your music on shuffle when a song you thought was “awesome” three years ago (A.K.A it sucks) comes on. Full blast.
BRING BUG SPRAY!
If you don’t put on a bunch of bug spray you will, quite literally, be eaten alive. We had many coats of bug spray on, but we saw some people who were not so prepared.
TAKE LOTS OF PICTURES!
Trust us when we say, “You’re going to want to remember this.” These trails are so beautiful and untouched. They’re unlike anything else. It didn’t even feel like we were in Manitoba anymore. Take some pictures, tag us in them, and explore Manitoba!