Little Manitou Lake

Water so buoyant it’s impossible to sink? Most would think to head to the Dead Sea right? How about a place that ‘s a little more local like Saskatchewan’s Little Manitou Lake.  Little Manitou Lake is a small saltwater lake located about 100 kilometers south-east of Saskatoon. The lake was formed by receding glaciers during the last ice age and is fed by underground springs. The 13.3 square km lake has mineral salt concentrations of 180,000 mg per litre, making the water extremely buoyant, which allows bather to easily float on it’s surface.

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