Canadian Geographic Travel

Clue #1

The Great Trail Segment: Neepawa-Langford

Clue #2

The terrain is smooth, however around it can be quite rocky. Past the rocks you will see a lake that is home to many different species of waterfowl. There are tons of trees for shade and even a few benches in the area if you need a rest.

Clue #3

To find the treasure, you must be able to see a bridge that overlooks the water and rocks. This bridge will either lead you to the treasure, or away from it.

Clue #4

Standing at the spot, you can see peacocks, deer and even a sign with more information on the local wildlife. Look to the north side of the trail. You won’t be able to take your eyes off the views; however you’ll have to if you want to find the treasure!

Clue #5

Latitude: 50.218611
Longitude: -99.465278
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The floe edge, where land-fast ice meets the open Arctic Ocean in spring and summer. (Photo: Dave Briggs/Arctic Kingdom)