Expert Travel Advice to Churchill

Top Answers To Churchill Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Here's an article on Away.com with much more info about polar-bear watching in Churchill: http://away.com/ideas/canada/manitoba_churchill_pbears.html
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Churchill, Manitoba, is considered one of the best places to see the Northern Lights, though you don't really have to do anything in particular to see the show -- the spectral glow will be visible right there in and around town, particular in February. Several groups, such as Natural Habitat Adventures or the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, offer slightly longer (5+ days) group tours, or you could check with local outfitters for shorter stargazing excursions. More info at: http://www.churchill.ca/things-to-do/main/
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Can drive as far as Thompson. From there either the train or air; Decent hwy conditions. Travelling up Hwy 6 you can camp at Prov Parks:St Ambroise,Lundar Beach,Watchhorn; I'd recommend taking a detour W on 60, N on 10 and check out Clearwater lake (Dolomite Caves)continue N and go E on 39 and experience the Grass River (Karst spring trail),continue E and turn N at 392, just before Wekusko Falls There's a lodge where you can rent a boat,45 min later you could be viewing 1500-3000 yr old pictographs on Tramping Lake. Go S again back to 39; continue E until you meet up with 6 again. Go north ; just before Paint Lake MUST SEE Pisew Falls!(if you can hike Kwasitchewan falls is in there too but it's 22km return).A few min N and you're at Paint Lake, a few more min N and you're in Thompson. You probably want to rest now on a 14h train ride N to Churchill. Nice photos at manitobaphotos.com/northern Manitoba and nice travel diary at crazyguyonabike.com
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes. This is one that I found. http://bit.ly/3yZ7z1

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