Gangler’s North Seal Wilderness Sub-Arctic Adventures

Discover one of the last untouched regions of the world. The 59th parallel, a sub-arctic land of the Eskers and the pristine North Seal River, a Canadian Heritage river. Located in the ‘land of little sticks’, 60 miles south of the treeline and the Nunavut border, this incredible area is only accessible by airplane. A unique mix of diverse habitat and water, it is Manitoba’s prime location for the amazing sand eskers, as six eskers transverse this area including the historic Robertson esker. Gangler’s North Seal River Lodge, Manitoba’s only Orvis endorsed lodge, is based on Egenolf Lake, a main juncture for the North Seal. This is the epicenter of Gangler’s exclusive 5,000,000 acre concession with over 12 rivers and 100 lakes. The lodge offers a multitude of experiences to choose from. Enjoy a day of incredible fishing including an amazing Canadian shore lunch, learn to fly-fish, kayak and canoe, hike, take an ATV ride on an esker, amazing photo opportunities, even ride a mountain bike on the eskers . You will see wildlife with black bears, moose, wolves, wolverines, eagles, loons and more. Enjoy our bear and wolf viewing areas. Take a Beluga Whale and polar bear tour as well as explore historic Churchill. Ride in a classic DeHavilland Beaver floatplane over an Esker. Walk in the footsteps of ancient explorers, learn about local Cree and Dene cultures and history and see historic archeological sites. Other exciting optional side trips are available. Walk where few people have walked before. This truly unique destination offers amazing experiences you will cherish forever.