The City of Thompson Millennium Trail is a 15 km hike and bike loop around the city. The crushed rock trail is open year round to non-motorized travel. Walking, hiking and mountain biking are popular in the summer while walking and cross country skiing are winter favourites. With sections winding through pristine boreal forest and making use of some of our city's sidewalks and walking paths, the Millennium Trail shows off the best our City has to offer. Along the route you'll see the King Miner Statue, Heritage North Museum, MacLean Park, Norplex Pool, Waterski Club, Thompson Regional Community Centre and the Thompson Zoo.

Beginning at the Zoo is a one kilometer self guided Interpretative Trail. Using a descriptive brochure and trail markers one can see unique features of flora, fauna and northern terrain. Trail maps and brochures are available at the Thompson Regional Community Centre, City Hall and Heritage North Museum.