Manitoba Landmarks Podcast
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Inwood

In this episode, I head to Inwood to visit the Narcisse Snake Pits. If you've never been to this stunning park then well, you're missing out. Beautiful natural prairie surrounded by trembling aspens make it a great place to spend an afternoon. If your excuse is that you're afraid of snakes, then don't worry - so am I!

Don't fear, you can pick and choose how close you are to the snakes so it doesn't feel scary. In this episode, I talk to University of Oregon Professor Bob Mason who has been studying the Narcisse snakes for 35-years.

So, come learn about the largest population of snakes in the world - right here in rural Manitoba!

Inwood | Manitoba Landmarks

Inwood

a story about snakes

In this episode, I head to Inwood to visit the Narcisse Snake Pits. If you've never been to this stunning park then well, you're missing out. Beautiful natural prairie surrounded by trembling aspens make it a great place to spend an afternoon. If your excuse is that you're afraid of snakes, then don't worry - so am I!

Don't fear, you can pick and choose how close you are to the snakes so it doesn't feel scary. In this episode, I talk to University of Oregon Professor Bob Mason who has been studying the Narcisse snakes for 35-years.

So, come learn about the largest population of snakes in the world - right here in rural Manitoba!