Paddling Manitoba Wilderness
Built on waterways, Manitoba’s past and present intertwines with its thousands of freshwater lakes and world-class wilderness rivers. First Nations. Fur Trade. Voyageurs and Yorkmen. Now modern day explorers – canoeists and kayakers.
From towering pink-laced granite cliffs in the Canadian Precambrian Shield to subarctic tundra in the Land of the Little Sticks at the northern edge, delight in a paddling adventure like no other and experienced by few. Enough whitewater to make your head spin. Rivers so remote that caribou, moose, black bear, harbour seals, beluga whales and eagles are your only companions. Perhaps even a polar bear.
Indulge in a wilderness for the paddling connoisseur that comes with a side of exceptional Canadian wildlife and birding selections. Gorge on a feast of Manitoba canoeing and kayaking wilderness trips that will satisfy you for years.
Drive from Minneapolis in one easy day. Fly from Dallas to Winnipeg in less than five hours. Manitoba – reachable wilderness.
Wilderness, whitewhiter and the great Canadian outdoors.
Follow the route of the history while soaking up the Canadian wild.
Remote, rocky and an absolutely unforgettable challenge.
Deep in Canadian Shield lies one of Manitoba's fines canoeing experiences.
Experience the sub-arctic adventure. Paddle the Thlewiaza, Cochrane and Caribou rivers of northern Manitoba.