Canoeing

Algonquin Provincial Park

A 5 day loop trip through the heart of the oldest provincial park in Canada. We will be exploring a loop on the southwestern portion of the park. The trip will involve approximately 40km of paddling, and 4km of portaging. We will paddle a variety of lakes, rivers and creeks. There is room for 16 participants on this adventure.

When:
July 29th- August 2nd, 2019

Route:
Put in on Mag-Na-Ta-Wan Lake, paddling through Hambone Lake, Acme Lake, Daisy Lake, the Pa-Ta-Wa-Wa River, Little Misty Lake, Little Trout Lake, and Ralph Bice Lake.

Cost:

Total cost will be $600 (plus tax) per person (includes packs, tents, cost of campsites, food, canoes, paddles, life jackets and round-trip transportation from Dundas, ON)

 

Temagami Wilderness

A 9 day trip through the heart of the Temagami Wilderness. This is the classic Obabika loop, launching from and arriving back at Ferguson Bay/Sandy Inlet Access Point on the north-eastern shores of Lake Temagami. The trip will involve approximately 60km of paddling, and 2km of portaging. We will visit ancient pictographs, petroglyphs, and the Chee-skon Spirit Rock, which has spiritual significance for the local Anishnabai First Nations and is surrounded by the largest old-growth white and red pine forest in the world. There is room for 16 participants.

When:
August 12th-20th, 2019

Route:
Put in on Ferguson Bay/Sandy Inlet, visiting Diamond Lake, Wakimika Lake, Wakimika River, Obabika Lake, and Lake Temagami.
60km of lake and river paddling, 2km of portaging and 3km of hiking.

Cost:

Total cost will be $800 (plus tax) per person (includes packs, tents, cost of campsites, food, canoes, paddles, life jackets and round-trip transportation from Dundas, ON)