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"Entrance to the Wilderness"

In the Anishinabe language, Nopiming means “Entrance to the Wilderness,” and entering this provincial park leads to miles of shield country spruce, birch, and poplar forests and hundreds of pretty lakes. The area was once home to miners looking to strike it rich during the Manitoba gold rush, and is scattered with abandoned mine shafts, trapper’s cabins, and mining equipment. Especially popular among anglers for the variety of fish living in the lakes, the park also offers opportunities to camp, hike, and canoe down waterways once traveled on by indigenous people.
Nopiming Provincial Park, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
"Entrance to the Wilderness"
In the Anishinabe language, Nopiming means “Entrance to the Wilderness,” and entering this provincial park leads to miles of shield country spruce, birch, and poplar forests and hundreds of pretty lakes. The area was once home to miners looking to strike it rich during the Manitoba gold rush, and is scattered with abandoned mine shafts, trapper’s cabins, and mining equipment. Especially popular among anglers for the variety of fish living in the lakes, the park also offers opportunities to camp, hike, and canoe down waterways once traveled on by indigenous people.
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