While Travel Manitoba strongly recommends that all tourism businesses adhere to the operating protocols and capacity restrictions allowed by the Manitoba government, we cannot guarantee the compliance of any business featured in the content below. Please contact the business directly for operating hours and policies. Throughout the province, please continue to practice safe physical distancing and adhere to all recommended guidelines. #staysafe Thompson is a city defined by the untouched boreal wilderness that surrounds it. For locals, it's known as the hub of the north - a industrious mining town with proud Indigenous identity and deep roots in the fur trade. For visitors, it's where the highway ends - a city that evokes images of waterfalls, clear-to-the-bottom lakes, pine-scented forests and mystical howling wolves. Whether you are visiting for the first time, proudly call it home, or have family connections there - Thompson calls you north. Here are 10 reasons why Thompson is such an alluring destination for your next road trip.
Manitoba may be known as a prairie province, but we’ve got mini mountains that allow for some pretty speedy downhill descents! From bunny hills to double black diamonds, there are runs for all skill levels and interests. In almost every region of the province you can find hills that offer downhill
Le Manitoba a beau être connu comme une province des Prairies, on y trouve néanmoins des petites montagnes où l’on peut faire des descentes assez rapides! Des pistes de débutants pour les touts petits aux pistes doubles diamants noirs pour experts, il y en a pour tous les niveaux et pour tous les
Who knows winter better than Manitoba’s northern communities? The answer is no one – so it’s not a surprise that these towns and cities have some of the best outdoor activities winter has to offer: from ice fishing, to snowmobile trips to kicking back and watching the northern lights show.