From Thompson to Flin Flon to Churchill, there are plenty of places to visit in Manitoba's North.
Rich in heritage and natural wonders, Manitoba's northern region is home to polar bears, beluga whales, wolves and birds of every description. Discover the history of the North's first Indigenous peoples, revisit the fur-trade era and explore a vast landscape of unspoiled wilderness extending from the Interlake to Hudson Bay.
Rich Heritage & Abundant Wildlife
Reel in a trophy fish on a crystal-clear lake, hike to majestic waterfalls, take in a trappers festival and marvel at the North's unique culture and way of life—both in historical sites and in the day-to-day life of the people around you. Come for a visit to Churchill, The Pas or Thompson or make a smaller town like Snow Lake or Leaf Rapids your home base. We'll leave the northern lights on for you.
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