Icelandic River Bridge | Riverton, Manitoba

Roadside Attraction: Icelandic River Bridge Entrance Sign - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: Icelandic River Bridge entrance sign


Riverton, located approximately 110km north of Winnipeg, is a village of 600 people on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg, in the Rural Municipality of Bifrost, Manitoba, Canada. The main economy is fishing, where the Icelandic River passes through the centre of Riverton and drains into Lake Winnipeg.

Riverton is the nearest community to Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park, and many people from Winnipeg stop in or pass by the village for foods and gas. The largest moose of Manitoba is also located here.

Roadside Attraction: Icelandic River Bridge in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: Icelandic River Bridge is a pedestrian bridge across Icelandic River, connecting east and west sides of the village.

Roadside Attraction: Abandoned Ship by Icelandic River in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: You can see a ship abandoned by Icelandic River, not far from the Icelandic River Bridge.

Roadside Attraction: Abandoned Ship by Icelandic River in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: The ship abandoned by Icelandic River.

Roadside Attraction: Statue by Icelandic River Bridge in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: Not sure who this is. This statue is next to the Icelandic River Bridge.

Roadside Attraction: Icelandic River Bridge in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: Icelandic River Bridge

Roadside Attraction: Icelandic River Bridge in Winter - Riverton, Manitoba, Canada | FollowPanda.COM

December 28, 2012: I was probably the only tourist that day in Riverton.

Map and Driving Direction

Exact location of Icelandic River Bridge is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).


EXTERNAL LINK

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