Bear Country Cottage Resort

110035 Lakeshore Road, Belair, Manitoba, R0E 0E0, Canada | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 110035 Lakeshore Road, Belair, is near Whiteshell Provincial Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bear Country Cottage Resort Belair

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    Travel Blogs from Belair

    Kakabeka Falls, ON to West Hawk Lake, MB

    A travel blog entry by mattmeetsworld on Sep 13, 2013

    13 photos

    ... The extra hour gained meant we reached our destination early enough that the visitor center was still open. We chatted with the Park Warden for quite some time, and were told which campsite would be best and all about the attractions Manitoba has to offer. We ended up camping at West Hawk Lake, with a site that was a few steps away from the shores of the lake. Just perfect!
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    The Big Move

    A travel blog entry by larry.phillips on Sep 05, 2012

    27 photos

    Finally everything is ready and the movers (Vieville Building Movers from Ile des Chenes) do their job.

    They jack up one side of the cottage and place a steel beam 60 feet long and 12 inches square under that side and then insert a second beam on the other side.

    The beams are then jacked up and two support points (each at about 10 to 20 feet from the end) are placed under each beam using 6" x ...

    Whiteshell offers great technical bike trails

    A travel blog entry by ad1v on Aug 18, 2012

    ... prairie folk. The trails offer lots of natural jumps and technical areas snaking through a mix of sandy treed flats and rocky shield.

    On the Top of the World loop you come to a rocky outcrop and are rewarded with a great view over Falcon Lake, and a visual of how far you climbed in elevation, and perhaps some justification for shaky arms and legs. If you are looking ...

    Taking Down the Last Tree

    A travel blog entry by larry.phillips on Aug 15, 2012

    7 photos

    We had left one tree standing near the cottage as it provided shade on the back deck and even though it was right next to the overhead hydro and telephone cables I thought "how hard can it be to fell a tree". Well, plenty hard apparently. Because of the large branch on the side where the cables were I couldn't get it to go the right direction (even with Todd pushing) so we went to Plan B and used a "come-along” to winch it ...

    Detaching the Bunkhouse

    A travel blog entry by larry.phillips on Aug 05, 2012

    7 photos

    Our original plan was to demolish the bunkhouse addition as it was too poorly tied into the main cottage to be moved. However, Paula Eyler suggested that we disconnect it and leave it as a free standing guest cottage and we thought that was a great idea so that is what we ...