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Via Pu50 Algonquin Park Adventure Tour Lodge 4-day Trip

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Overview Escape the hustle of city life and visit Algonquin Park Adventure Lodge for a guided, 4-day excursion. Accessible from downtown Torontos Bay Street station, this park is often referred to as the Gem of the . .
Country: Canada
City: Ottawa
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Seasonal Events Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
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Escape the hustle of city life and visit Algonquin Park Adventure Lodge for a guided, 4-day excursion. Accessible from downtown Toronto’s Bay Street station, this park is often referred to as the Gem of the Ontario Parks system. Algonquin Park covers almost 8,000 square kilometers of lakes, streams, rivers, bogs, and forests. See an abundance of wildlife and enjoy daytime outdoor activities like canoeing, kayaking, biking, stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, and much more.

At night, enjoy peaceful evenings next to a campfire. Three nights lodging and all meals are included.

Visit Algonquin Park Adventure Lodge

Take a 3- or 4-day trip

Experience 8,000 square kilometers of the great Canadian outdoors

Enjoy outdoor sports like canoeing or kayaking, hiking or biking

Spend peaceful, quiet evenings next to a campfire


3 nights accommodation

All Meals from Arrival Day Dinner to Departure Day Brunch

Highlander Brewery Beer tasting

Professional local guides

All activities & equipment


Gratuities (optional)

South River Bus Station pickup and drop-off, charges applicable/guest

Departure Point

Northern Edge Algonquin


Weekly, Thursday - Sunday, and Friday - Monday on Holiday weekends

Departure Time

Arrive at 2 pm

Return Details

Northern Edge Algonquin

What To Expect

Day 1: Arrival

2 pm: Arrival, welcome, orientation, and settling into your private forest cabin.

2-4 pm: Meet other guests at the lakefront garden and enjoy fresh lemonade and snack while taking in the serenity.

Before dinner meet your CEO (Chief Experience Officer) at the adventure center for an introduction to activities and equipment.

6:30 pm: Your local chef will introduce dinner featuring garden-fresh, local and organic food. After dinner, you will have the opportunity to participate in an interactive presentation on the wildlife of Algonquin Park. After the presentation, enjoy the evening and the peaceful surroundings huddled up next to the campfire.

Day 2: Moose Safari

8 am: Breakfast at the Explorer’s Cabin

After breakfast, take part in a morning tea with a moose safari, enjoy a canoeing tour on the Amable Du Fond River. Paddle in the mist, sipping Algonquin Tea Co. teas & learn about Algonquin Park's animal residents. In the afternoon, explore the forgotten trails on a guided hike or mountain bike tour.

For the adventurous, bike to Moose Meadow, or do a bike and hike combo to Loxton and Moose Mountain trails. After a day on the trails, your chef will fire up the lakefront wood-fired sauna. Relax in the garden with a book or take a dip in the lake from the warm sandy beach.

Dinner: Gather around the forest bake oven for the best hand-made wood-fired pizza you've ever had. After dinner, it’s time for a Wolf Howl. At the Explorer’s Cabin, you will take part in a presentation and discussion of the Algonquin Park wolves, recent studies of wolf ecology, and efforts to conserve and protect this treasured species of Algonquin. Travel to Algonquin Park's Nahma Lake, home to a wolf pack. Belt out your best wolf howl, and wait in silence in the darkness for the possibility of a spine-tingling response.

Day 3: Trip to Craig Lake

8 am: Breakfast at the Explorer’s Cabin

9 am-3 pm: Day Trip to Craig Lake. Travel a short distance to the South River where you will paddle, hike or bike in search of signs of the wolves that you tempted into howling the night before. Canoe the flat water South River and/or Nahma Lake in search of more signs of moose and Algonquin Park wildlife. Enjoy a delicious shore lunch prepared by your CEO as you enjoy the wind blowing through the pine trees on Nahma Lake.

Evening: Campfire and Sauna. In your cabin, tuck under the covers and drift to sleep to the echoing call of loons.

Day 4: Kayaking

7:30 am: Breakfast at the Explorer’s Cabin

9 am: Choose your adventure. Talk to your CEO about nearby trails or on-the-water destinations. Make use of your favorite outdoor equipment or try a new one. Canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and bikes are all available.

1:30-3 pm: Group photos and hugs before guests head on their way.

Additional Info:

Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability

The minimum age is 14 years

The minimum age for Highlander tasting is 19 years

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at the time of booking

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

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