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3 Day Canoe Trip

3 Day Canoe Trip

Guided three day canoe trip in Algonquin Park. An excellent choice for beginners, or people on a tight time budget. Equipment, guide, permit, and meals are included. Friday - Sunday.

These Algonquin Park canoe trips are perfect for people on a tight schedule or a tight budget, but who still want an introduction into wilderness camping.  We provide all food, permits, a knowledgeable guide, and all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags, flashlights – a packing check list is provided). We can even provide transportation from Toronto as an option..

Day 1 – Arrive in Algonquin Park


Pickup at Finch Subway Station in Toronto (optional – you can drive yourself to Algonquin Park). We meet at 1pm at the Permit Office at Rock Lake in  Algonquin Park. Before we start your guide will instruct everyone on the necessary skills and techniques for canoeing. With your “Expedition weight” kevlar canoes we will paddle into one of the interior lakes of Algonquin Park (Pen Lake). While kevlar canoes are much more fragile than other canoes, requiring you to be careful around rocks, you will appreciate their relative lightness on portages and their speed in the water. This differentiates Call Of The Wild from other canoe tripping companies.  Our canoes are much more expensive and fragile, but much lighter and faster than the more durable whitewater canoes they use.

At the end of this three day canoe trip you won’t be an expert but you will know how to pack and steer a canoe. After a three hour paddle (including a 300m portage) you will arrive at your wilderness camp. Since this is a true interior wilderness camp you will have to bring everything with you in the canoes,  including the tents.

Once you establish camp, with the help of your experienced guide, you are free to explore the lake we are on. There are several large rapids that were once  used as log chutes that are quite interesting. Also, in this area it is quite common to see moose grazing by the edge of the lake – we have seen over a half dozen moose in a two day period here!

Dinner will consist of fresh food, prepared on site, and enjoyed by the side of a blazing campfire! Afterwards, you can sit and watch the Milky Way rise slowly above your heads. The sky is so clear in Algonquin Park that you can even count satellites passing by. And if you’re really lucky you may even hear wolves howling in the distance. This is real Canadian camping!

Day 2 – Exploring Algonquin by Canoe


Today is a day of exploration. You can spend it exploring the lake you are on, by canoe, looking for moose, or perhaps do another portage and canoe up a  meandering river. If you decide to try another lake one option is to do a short portage past an old dam used for logging, and then canoe the slow moving  waters of the South Madawaska River. Since you will have to get out of our canoes to pull them over several beaver dams be sure to bring shoes or sandals for the water!  Depending on where you establish your base camp, another option would be to canoe half way down the lake and then do a couple of portages, ending with a 1.7 km hike to Welcome Lake.  This is one of the prettiest lakes in Algonquin Park, with a nice sandy beach.  Perfect for picnic destination on a sunny day.


Day 3 – Canoeing Home


After an early morning breakfast you pack up camp, load the canoes, and start the paddle home. The early start is a great opportunity to see moose or deer (if you are lucky) coming to the lake shore to drink.  You will be backtracking your route through two lakes and one portage, but everything looks different in the opposite direction!

Depending on weather and wave conditions you will stop at a cliff face where we will show you some ancient pictographs painted by the Natives centuries ago.

You will get back to our starting point on Rock Lake at about 11 am. If you chose the optional transportation then you will be dropped off at Finch subway station in Toronto at about 4 pm.

  • 기간 : 3 일 (대략)
부터 CAD CA$495.00

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4 Day Canoe Trip

4 Day Canoe Trip

Guided four day canoe trip in Algonquin Park. Explore Algonquin a little deeper! Equipment, guide, permit, and meals are included. Monday - Thursday.

People with a sense of adventure will love this Algonquin Park canoe trip! It is geared towards beginners who want to sample more than 3 days of Ontario wilderness. By running the canoe trips midweek we will also avoid much of the crowds found on busier weekend routes. We provide all food, permits, a knowledgeable guide, and all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags & flashlights – a packing checklist is provided). To make it even easier for tourists there is an optional Toronto to Algonquin Park shuttle service.


Day 1 – Meet in Algonquin Park


We will meet you at Rock Lake in Algonquin Park at 1pm.  For those who chose the shuttle service we will pick you up at Finch Subway in Toronto at 8:30am. Once we arrive in Algonquin Park we have get our permits and then start unloading equipment and packing the canoes.  Our experienced guide will teach you the basic canoeing strokes, show you how to properly load and secure a canoe, and go over safety issues like what to do if you tip, or what to do if you see a bear.  We will also show you the Algonquin Park map and give you a brief history of the Park as well as where you will be canoeing for the next four days.


After the canoeing lesson you start paddling downstream on a lazy river.  Soon the river opens up into Rock Lake, which you will be canoeing across.  Rock Lake is a gorgeous lake that received it’s name from the several sheer rock faces that surround it.  On a few of these cliff walls there are some Native pictographs that still remain after hundreds of years. On your last day you will stop by one set we have discovered (weather permitting).


At the end of Rock Lake there is a short portage to get around a weir.  During a portage you empty the canoes, carry the gear to the other end of the trail, and then return to carry the canoes on your head.  Don’t worry – it’s not as hard as it sounds, though you will be thankful that we use lightweight kevlar canoes!


Now you are on Galeairy Lake, where you will set up a campsite.  Thisincludes hauling the canoes up onto land, putting up the tents, collecting firewood, and starting a campfire.  Of course there is still enough time to go for a swim, or relax in the warm afternoon sun.


Dinner will consist of fresh food made at camp.  We typically have chicken fajitas on our first night, with banana boats for dessert.  Fine dining wilderness style!


Day 2 – Canoeing in Algonquin to a New Camp


Today is a travel day.  You will pack up your campsite, load your canoes, and start paddling toward Pen Lake.  Depending on the group make up and the time of year there are two route options that you will consider.  One route has you backtracking slightly and doing lots of canoeing with two short portages.  The other route option is less canoeing but one long portage and a very short one.  Some people like the long portage because it gives you a chance to hike in the forest, but most people choose the canoeing route.


Day 3 – Moose Hunting by Canoe


Today is a relaxation day.  You are not moving camp so you have more free time.  Usually the group will have a lazy breakfast around the campfire and then head off in empty canoes searching for moose.  At the beginning of summer moose mostly graze on aquatic plants, so you have an excellent chance of spotting them from your canoes as you paddle along the shoreline.


For a destination for lunch you may do a couple of portages and go to Welcome Lake and the big sandy beach there.  Or you may canoe to the end of Pen Lake and do the short portage into Clydegale Lake.  There are a couple of good moose viewing areas here.


You get back to camp mid-afternoon and have time to relax, swim, or practice your canoeing strokes.


Day 4 – Canoeing out of Algonquin Park


After an early morning breakfast we pack up camp and start canoeing for home. An early start gives us the chance to spot moose or deer as they come to the lake to drink at daybreak.


On the way back we will stop at a cliff face to look at a pictograph.  These were painted by Natives many of hundred years ago, but many have faded due to exposure to the elements or rising water levels.  We have managed to find one that is still easy to see.


We usually get back to the parking lot around 11am.  After storing the canoes and gear away we leave for Toronto, getting to Finch Subway around 4pm.

  • 기간 : 4 일 (대략)
부터 CAD CA$650.00

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5 Day Canoe Trip

5 Day Canoe Trip

A five day guided wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Park. We travel many lakes and portages to get deep into Algonquin Park. This is an "Intermediate" level trip. All equipment, guide, permit, and meals are included. Sunday - Thursday.

This exciting canoe trip will give you five days of Wilderness Canoe Camping in the heart of the world famous Algonquin Park. This huge wilderness Park is the oldest, and one of the largest in Ontario. The park was established in 1893 and comprises an astonishing 7,725 square kilometres of forests, lakes, and rivers. It is 1.5 times larger than Prince Edward Island, ¼ the size of Hawaii, the same size as Wales, three times larger than Luxembourg, and seven times larger than Hong Kong! Within its borders can be found moose, deer, beaver, hawks, eagles, bears, and even wolves! For five days we will be living much like the Natives and early explorers did. Travelling by two person canoe, we paddle across many lakes, portage over forest trails, swim in clear clean waters, cook by a fire, and sleep in tents under the stars. We will cover about 10-20 km per day of wilderness canoe routes, with one 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! We provide all food, permits, a knowledgeable guide, and all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags and flashlights – a packing check list is provided). We can even provide transportation from Toronto as an option.

Day 1 – Packing Canoes in Algonquin Park


Pickup at Finch Subway Station in Toronto (optional) or meet us in Algonquin Park. After a leisurely drive through the heart of Ontario farm land and cottage country we will meet our group at Permit Office at Rock Lake. After taking care of the necessary paper work our guide will instruct everyone on the necessary skills and techniques for canoeing. You will learn how to properly load a canoe, how to paddle in a straight line, and how to portage your canoes. You start your canoe trip down a slow moving river that spills out into Rock Lake. You will spend the next 1 1/2 hours paddling across Rock Lake to get to the short portage into Pen Lake. This lake is where you will find your first campsite in Algonquin Park. Once you establish camp, with the help of our experienced guide, you are free to explore the lake you are on. Also, in this area it is quite common to see moose grazing by the edge of the lake. Dinner will consist of fresh food, prepared on site, and enjoyed by the side of a blazing campfire! Afterwards, you can sit and watch the Milky Way rise slowly above your heads. The sky is so clear that you can even count satellites passing by! And, if you’re really lucky, a pack of wolves may serenade you with their howls! This is real Canadian camping!


Day 2 – Portaging into the depths of Algonquin Park


Today we will canoe even farther into the interior of Algonquin Park, exploring two more lakes. We will encounter some short portages and one long portage that takes you to a nice beach on Welcome Lake. And, after a welcome break and a swim, you continue canoeing across the lake and into a twisting river that leads into Harry Lake. This is where you will find your campsite for your second night in Algonquin Park.


Day 3 – Canoeing the Heart of Algonquin Park


Today you don’t canoe too many kilometres, but it is a fairly tiring day due to the portages. You will canoe across three small lakes and do two big portages. But you end up at one of the most beautiful lakes in Algonquin Park, Lake Louisa. It is a big lake with many small islands, some of which have campsites you can stay at. You should get to your campsite by mid-afternoon so you will have plenty of time to relax or do a bit more canoeing.


Day 4 – Base Camp in Algonquin Park


As you have already canoed a fair bit of distance, you will take the day off from paddling and remain at the same campsite for one more night. By now everyone is an expert at setting up their tents and collecting firewood, so there will be ample time to relax, swim, read a book, explore the shores of Lake Louisa, or try your hand at fishing for your dinner!

Day 5 – The Never Ending Algonquin Portage


Your final day begins with a hearty breakfast. You pack up camp, load the canoes and start the paddle home. This is a challenging day, but since you are well rested from yesterday, you should easily be able to manage the 2.9 kilometre portage that awaits you. You will arrive at Rock Lake by early afternoon and have a short canoe trip back to the parking lot, arriving back to your vehicles about 2 pm. You then start the drive back to Toronto. For those who requested transportation to/from Toronto, you will be dropped off at Finch subway station at about 7 pm. After this five day canoe adventure, you can definitely say that you have answered the Call Of The Wild!

  • 기간 : 5 일 (대략)
부터 CAD CA$795.00

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6 Day Algonquin Explorer

6 Day Algonquin Explorer

A combination of cozy Lodge stay and a three day canoe trip. You get three days at the Algonquin Eco-Lodge where you can ease yourself into the wilderness, and a three day guided canoe trip where you will be "roughing it". Tuesday - Sunday.

Exploring Algonquin Park – Civilized at first & Wild at the end!


This is a great family canoe trip. A perfect way to spend some quality time with your kids in a wonderfully natural setting. You get three days at the unique Algonquin Eco-Lodge combined with a guided three or four day wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Park.


Call Of The Wild’s Algonquin Eco-Lodge, located beside an active beaver pond (Moffat Pond) and a cascading waterfall, is on the southern border of Algonquin Park. It is a wilderness enthusiasts’ dream with plenty to do and see. The Eco-Lodge is a great place for hiking, fishing, nature walks, wildflower exploration, birding, canoeing, and mountain biking.


For kids, the Eco-Lodge is a dream come true. Guaranteed fishing (they’re small, but still fun to catch), lots of frogs, salamanders, butterflies, trails to explore, canoes and water toys. We also do wolf howls around the bonfire, and can teach them how to howl for wolves.


The Algonquin Explorer trip is an ideal way to ease yourself into the wilderness.  You will stay at the Eco-Lodge. where you are in a wild, natural setting, but still have the comforts of civilization.  Things like hot showers, indoor plumbing, and even an outdoor hot tub!  And all of these comforts are thanks to our micro-hydro generator that creates all of our electricity from our waterfall. Wile at the Lodge you can learn your basic canoe strokes, how to start a campfire, and how to howl for wolves!


You stay at the Eco-Lodge for three days and nights before you start your Algonquin Park canoe trip of another three or four days.  You will have to drive 1.5 hours to our put-in point, but you have plenty of time and it is a nice way to see more of the Algonquin countryside.


Below is a suggested itinerary (self guided) for the first three days of your visit.


Day 1 – Arrive in Algonquin Park


  • Arrive at the Eco-Lodge
  • Check in and Orientation
  • Free Time
  • Dinner
  • Star Gazing

Day 2 – Canoeing in Algonquin


  • Breakfast
  • Enjoy the free use of canoes and paddle into Algonquin Park via the York River. Experience portaging around several rapids and waterfalls (High Falls, Gut Rapids, The Chute). The pools below the falls are excellent places to go in for a swim. Continue paddling up to Byers Lake. Spend some time swimming, have your picnic lunch, etc. This lake provides an excellent opportunity to see beaver as there are several beaver lodges in it. It is also a good place to spot deer.
  • The evening is Free Time. Enjoy the sauna, go swimming, try fishing for bass in the beaver pond or brook trout in nearby Little Mink Lake
  • Dinner
  • Bonfire (weather depending)
  • Ghost Stories with fellow travellers
  • Roasting Marshmallows
  • Wolf Lecture and Wolf Howl (on request)

Day 3 – Hiking in Algonquin Park


  • Breakfast
  • Hike to Scorch Lake Lookout (6 hours return) or High Falls Lookout (3 hours return)
  • Picnic lunch
  • BBQ Dinner – depending on number of guests and our chef’s meal plan

Activities that are available at no cost are:


  • Canoeing (self guided)
  • Fishing – Bass, Lake Trout, Brook Trout. Requires Fishing License which can be purchased nearby.
  • Hiking our 40 km of wilderness trails
  • Use of Sauna
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Use of Bird and Wildflower Guide Books
  • Paddle Boat

In addition to these activities, the following activities are also available in the immediate area. Some involve additional costs, and we will be happy to arrange any required reservations.


Self Drive Activities:


  • Algonquin Park Logging Museum and Visitor Centre
  • Artisans, Crafters and Studio Tours
  • Shopping in Maynooth or Bancroft
  • Horseback Riding

Day 4-6 – Algonquin Park Canoe Trip


After you have enjoyed a taste of Algonquin Park, it is now time to experience a more rugged look at what the park has to offer, from the bow of a canoe. We spend the next 3 or 4 days on a canoe adventure meandering through some of the 2,000 lakes and rivers in the Algonquin Park interior. The trip is geared for the beginner and we will teach you all the paddling skills you need in order to have the adventure of a lifetime. We also provide all food, all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags, flashlights – a packing check list is provided, and these items can be rented).


You will need to drive up to our “put in” point, on Rock Lake. It is about a 1 ½ hour drive from the lodge, along a scenic highway. You will meet your guide and the rest of the group at the Permit Office at Rock Lake. Once all the required camping and parking permits are obtained your guide will give you some information about your next few days.  The canoe guide will go over the basic canoe paddling strokes, show you on the map where you will be going, and discuss general safety issues.


The full itinerary of the three day canoe trip is listed below.  



Departures: Tuesdays - Self Drive only – arrive at the Eco-Lodge after 2pm.


Included:


  • All Meals (vegetarian options available)
  • All Camping Equipment (except personal items)
  • Permits
  • Guides
  • Canoes, Life Jackets, Paddles
  • 3 days/3 nights at Algonquin Eco-Lodge
  • Wilderness Canoe trip – 3 days/2 nights

Not Included:


  • Sleeping Bags, Flashlights, Rain Coat (can be rented)
  • Toiletries, Insect Repellent (can be purchased at start of canoe trip)
  • Transportation from Toronto (optional)

Note: There is a resident dog at the Eco-Lodge, so if you have pet allergies please bring some medication. We can also assign you a cabin room, which is a “pet free” zone.

  • 기간 : 6 일 (대략)
부터 CAD CA$875.00

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7 Day Algonquin Explorer × × × × 지금 예약 9 Available × ×
7 Day Algonquin Explorer

7 Day Algonquin Explorer

A combination of cozy Lodge stay and a four day canoe trip. You get three days at the Algonquin Eco-Lodge where you can ease yourself into the wilderness, and a four day guided canoe trip where you will be "roughing it". Friday - Thursday.

Exploring Algonquin Park – Civilized at first & Wild at the end!


This is a great family canoe trip. A perfect way to spend some quality time with your kids in a wonderfully natural setting. You get three days at the unique Algonquin Eco-Lodge combined with a guided four day wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Park.


Call Of The Wild’s Algonquin Eco-Lodge, located beside an active beaver pond (Moffat Pond) and a cascading waterfall, is on the southern border of Algonquin Park. It is a wilderness enthusiasts’ dream with plenty to do and see. The Eco-Lodge is a great place for hiking, fishing, nature walks, wildflower exploration, birding, canoeing, and mountain biking.


For kids, the Eco-Lodge is a dream come true. Guaranteed fishing (they’re small, but still fun to catch), lots of frogs, salamanders, butterflies, trails to explore, canoes and water toys. We also do wolf howls around the bonfire, and can teach them how to howl for wolves.


The Algonquin Explorer trip is an ideal way to ease yourself into the wilderness.  You will stay at the Eco-Lodge. where you are in a wild, natural setting, but still have the comforts of civilization.  Things like hot showers, indoor plumbing, and even an outdoor hot tub!  And all of these comforts are thanks to our micro-hydro generator that creates all of our electricity from our waterfall. Wile at the Lodge you can learn your basic canoe strokes, how to start a campfire, and how to howl for wolves!


You stay at the Eco-Lodge for three days and nights before you start your Algonquin Park canoe trip of another four days.  You will have to drive 1.5 hours to our put-in point, but you have plenty of time and it is a nice way to see more of the Algonquin countryside.


Below is a suggested itinerary (self guided) for the first three days of your visit.


Day 1 – Arrive in Algonquin Park


  • Arrive at the Eco-Lodge
  • Check in and Orientation
  • Free Time
  • Dinner
  • Star Gazing

Day 2 – Canoeing in Algonquin


  • Breakfast
  • Enjoy the free use of canoes and paddle into Algonquin Park via the York River. Experience portaging around several rapids and waterfalls (High Falls, Gut Rapids, The Chute). The pools below the falls are excellent places to go in for a swim. Continue paddling up to Byers Lake. Spend some time swimming, have your picnic lunch, etc. This lake provides an excellent opportunity to see beaver as there are several beaver lodges in it. It is also a good place to spot deer.
  • The evening is Free Time. Enjoy the sauna, go swimming, try fishing for bass in the beaver pond or brook trout in nearby Little Mink Lake
  • Dinner
  • Bonfire (weather depending)
  • Ghost Stories with fellow travellers
  • Roasting Marshmallows
  • Wolf Lecture and Wolf Howl (on request)

Day 3 – Hiking in Algonquin Park


  • Breakfast
  • Hike to Scorch Lake Lookout (6 hours return) or High Falls Lookout (3 hours return)
  • Picnic lunch
  • BBQ Dinner – depending on number of guests and our chef’s meal plan

Activities that are available at no cost are:


  • Canoeing (self guided)
  • Fishing – Bass, Lake Trout, Brook Trout. Requires Fishing License which can be purchased nearby.
  • Hiking our 40 km of wilderness trails
  • Use of Sauna
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Use of Bird and Wildflower Guide Books
  • Paddle Boat

In addition to these activities, the following activities are also available in the immediate area. Some involve additional costs, and we will be happy to arrange any required reservations.


Self Drive Activities:


  • Algonquin Park Logging Museum and Visitor Centre
  • Artisans, Crafters and Studio Tours
  • Shopping in Maynooth or Bancroft
  • Horseback Riding

Day 4-7 – Algonquin Park Canoe Trip


After you have enjoyed a taste of Algonquin Park, it is now time to experience a more rugged look at what the park has to offer, from the bow of a canoe. We spend the next 4 days on a canoe adventure meandering through some of the 2,000 lakes and rivers in the Algonquin Park interior. The trip is geared for the beginner and we will teach you all the paddling skills you need in order to have the adventure of a lifetime. We also provide all food, all equipment (except personal items like sleeping bags, flashlights – a packing check list is provided, and these items can be rented).


You will need to drive up to our “put in” point, on Rock Lake. It is about a 1 ½ hour drive from the lodge, along a scenic highway. You will meet your guide and the rest of the group at the Permit Office at Rock Lake. Once all the required camping and parking permits are obtained your guide will give you some information about your next few days.  The canoe guide will go over the basic canoe paddling strokes, show you on the map where you will be going, and discuss general safety issues.


The full itinerary of the four day canoe trip is listed below.  



Departures: Fridays - Self Drive only – arrive at the Eco-Lodge after 2pm.


Included:


  • All Meals (vegetarian options available)
  • All Camping Equipment (except personal items)
  • Permits
  • Guides
  • Canoes, Life Jackets, Paddles
  • 3 days/3 nights at Algonquin Eco-Lodge
  • Wilderness Canoe trip – 4 days/3 nights

Not Included:


  • Sleeping Bags, Flashlights, Rain Coat (can be rented)
  • Toiletries, Insect Repellent (can be purchased at start of canoe trip)
  • Transportation from Toronto (optional)

Note: There is a resident dog at the Eco-Lodge, so if you have pet allergies please bring some medication. We can also assign you a cabin room, which is a “pet free” zone.

  • 기간 : 7 일 (대략)
부터 CAD CA$990.00

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