Gangler’s Sub-Arctic is a big slice of northern Canadian heaven. The sky seems to stretch forever over this stunning part of the world. Whether you choose to mountain bike or hike the surrounding sandy glacial eskers, kayak the calm waters around the lodge, sit and look out for bears or wolves at a wildlife viewing station or drop a line for trophy fish, there’s something here for every type of outdoor adventurer. I just got home and can’t wait to go back!
Days Filled with Adventure and Nights Filled with Awe!
Your trip to Ganglers’ North Seal River Lodge is about adventure, discovery and luxury. From the moment you step off the plane and onto our private runway you’ll sense our difference.
- 5 – Star Wilderness lodge
- Private deluxe cabins
- On staff cabins
- High staff to guest ratio
- Personalized tours and activities
The North Seal River Lodge is designed to be an exclusive experience for the discerning traveler.
38 years of experience in remote
Choose between a full range of personalized tours and activities to match your desires, learning about the region’s history, seeing and photographing amazing wildlife, unique geologic formations, and so much more.
Canadian Northern Lights Safari
The unearthly quiet of the remote North, interrupted only by the howl of a wolf will treat you to the Ultimate Northern Lights trip. Combined with the unique wilderness adventures of the Sub-Arctic, this is the Best Canadian Northern Lights Adventure ever!Trip Details
Northern Lights and Tundra Safari
Separated by a mere 80 miles, the tundra of Courage Lake is vastly different terrain than the sub boreal forest of the North Seal. The terrain here is breathtakingly beautiful, aflame in the burning colors of the fall.Trip Details
Bears and Belugas
Guests will enjoy two land tours and two sea tours including tours of this historic port along with two Zodiac or boat adventures on the bay with the whales.Trip Details
Spring Wolf and Birding
Spring brings photographic opportunities for the unique and rare birds who proliferate the area, including nesting Harris sparrows. The area is also home to active wolf dens and you will enjoy opportunities to see these majestic animals as they tend to their young.
Choose your Adventure
Explore the eskers with your choice of guided ATVs, incredible hiking, or Salsa fat-tire mountain bikes. Rafting, canoeing, kayaking, birding, and interpretive tours on habitat, history and the ancient First Nations…
The Gangler’s Angle
May 24, 2021
April Showers Bring May Flowers?
Enjoy these beautiful shots of a snowy North Seal River Lodge after a late May blizzard. LATE MAY ? That’s correct. While southern Manitoba is burning up, two subsequent storms …
March 22, 2021
Tales of a Winterman – March 22, 2021
Well they don’t call it the first day of spring for nothing. Forget about April showers, I’ve got rain in the forecast and it was minus three degrees at 6 …
March 15, 2021
Tales of a Winterman – March 15, 2021
If the light show over camp last night was audible, it would be termed “in surround sound”, as the skies all around the area flashed in waves like ghosts whipping …