Paddle the waterways of Algonquin Provincial Park on one of these canoeing expeditions. Algonquin Park is world famous for its canoe routes - there are over 1600 km of them to choose from. On these wilderness canoe trips you will experience the wild Algonquin Park. Your guides avoid the busy "tourist" areas in Algonquin that others go to - the places in Algonquin Park that you camp in are secluded and well off the beaten track. It is also the best place in the world to see moose, hear a wolf howling in the distance, or see a beaver. Perfect for wildlife viewing, or just relaxing.
The 3 day canoeing adventure is perfect for anyone with a tight schedule but would like to experience Algonquin Provincial Park. This is an excellent introduction to wilderness camping and canoeing and is suitable for all skill levels. Algonquin Park is a very popular summer destination. Warm, sunny days, cool fresh water lakes and clear star-filled nights contribute to an unequalled setting for a camping experience. The park has a large wildlife population and you can expect to see moose, bears, deer and more.
The 4 day tour is for people with a sense of adventure will love this canoe trip! It is geared towards beginners who want to sample more than 3 days of Algonquin wilderness. By running them midweek you will also avoid much of the crowds found on busier weekend routes.
The 5 day tour is an exciting canoe trip into the heart of the world famous Algonquin Park. This huge wilderness Park is the oldest, and one of the largest in Ontario. Within its borders can be found moose, deer, beaver, hawks, eagles, bears, and even wolves! For 5 days you will be living much like the Indians and early explorers did. Traveling by 2 person canoe, you paddle across many lakes, portage over forest trails, swim in clear clean waters, cook by a fire, and sleep in tents under the stars! The group will cover about 10-20 km per day of wilderness canoe routes, with 1 day out for hiking or relaxing by the water! We can almost guarantee that we will come across a moose or two grazing by the waters edge! If we're lucky we may even hear wolves howling in the distance at night!
Only 3 hours north of Toronto, Algonquin Provincial Park is Ontario's oldest park and one of the largest in Canada. It boasts over 7600 square kilometers, with over 2000 fresh water lakes. Within its borders can be found deer, moose, beaver, wolves, bears and many other wild animals, all in their natural habitats. This park is so large and so varied that one end of the park can have entirely different weather from the other end!