Explore Algonquin Provincial Park, painted by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, Canada's most famous artists. Algonquin Outfitters ultimate paddling outfitting package includes everything you'll need.
Canoeing is the quintessential way to explore Canada’s wilderness. With over 250,000 lakes and rivers, it is no surprise that Ontario is home some of the world’s most spectacular flat water and whitewater paddling routes and races.
The canoe is celebrated at many festivals and its significance is showcased at The Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough. For the best possible self-guided or guided experience, we suggest using a local expert outfitter who will provide specialized trip planning, high quality gear and exceptional tasty meals. Professional guides add much value by sharing their knowledge of wilderness canoe tripping, local history, ecology and more.
On remote northern epic expeditions in Wabakimi, Quetico, Woodland Caribou or Missinaibi River Provincial Parks, you’ll paddle through the timeless landscape of the boreal forest and see abundant wildlife like moose, bear and caribou. Classic, less remote, canoeing destinations like Algonquin, Temagami, Killarney, French River and Mattawa River are ideal for people with a little or a lot of wilderness canoeing skills. There’s no better way to start or end your adventure than in rustic luxury at a unique wilderness lodge or log cabin.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in the summer of 2017, Naturally Superior Adventures is recreating the Canadian fur trade experience with the Voyageur Canoe Brigades on Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. Six themed adventures to choose from.
This incredible journey takes you deep into Canada's boreal forest. You’ll fly into one of the wildest reaches of Ontario then paddle pristine lakes and rivers with a knowledgeable guide. Enjoy incredible wildlife viewing, fishing, northern lights and wilderness canoe tripping.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, Naturally Superior Adventures is recreating the Canadian fur trade experience with the Voyageur Canoe Brigades on Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. Brigade #3 takes you along the rugged wilderness coastline.
Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, Canada’s most renowned artists, found beauty and inspiration in Algonquin Provincial Park. Explore this special place that continues to inspire creativity in all. Capture the magic as you paddle through the unspoiled wilderness with your photography guide.
If you are looking for a unique, magical place with remote serenity and comfort, the Ojibway Lodge is the perfect choice. Spend 3 nights at the lodge and 3 nights canoe tripping in the pristine Canadian wilderness.
Experience the landscapes and culture that inspired Grey Owl to love the wilderness. Paddle serenely across sparkling lakes surrounded by old growth pine forests and rugged Canadian shield. Begin and end your trip in comfort at Smoothwater Ecolodge.
Discover the essence of Ontario's canoe culture. Begin and end your 3 day canoe trip in comfort at the Smoothwater Ecolodge where you'll be fully outfitted with quality gear and tasty food before setting out for a expertly planned wilderness route geared for your experience level.
Paddling the “Big Loop” lets seasoned canoe trippers experience the true essence of the “jewel” of Ontario Parks. Be immersed in a magnificent wild landscape with white quartzite mountains and turquoise lakes.
“The Crack” on top of the Blue Ridge in Killarney Provincial Park provides the most breathtaking view of the magnificent wild landscape with white quartzite mountains and turquoise lakes, captured in the paintings of The Group of Seven.