Algonquin lodge based canoe trips, hiking and wildlife interpretation takes place out of our two lodges, the Algonquin Log Cabins and Algonquin Park Cottages. Both are located at the north west corner of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Voyageur Quest offers award winning learning vacations that showcase the best of Algonquin's seasons and regional culture. Our Algonquin winter trips, selected by the Canadian Tourism Commission as the "Best in Canada" feature dog sledding, torch lit skating, snowshoeing and backcountry skiing.
Having operated the Algonquin Log Cabin, an off the grid adventure lodge at Algonquin Park’s north west corner for over 15 years, it is my intention here to help you, the discerning adventure traveler understands the different choices between the myriad of Algonquin Park cabins..READ MORE
Algonquin Park has become Canada’s # 1 canoe trip destination. Algonquin’s size with thousands of kilometres of canoe routes contribute to it’s drawing power for canoe trips- not to mention incredible wildlife viewing and scenic lakes.READ MORE
With 29 access points and over 2000 kilometers of canoe routes, Algonquin Park offers a lifetime of canoe trips. From white-water rivers to tiny trout streams and every kind of lake in between, Algonquin is truly a canoe trip paradise.READ MORE
As a guide working in Algonquin Park, I used to dislike spring. The blackflies and mosquitos put such a damper on things. Nothing like trying to enjoy a canoe trip with a bug hat on- can't see a thing!READ MORE
Voyageur Quest's Algonquin Canoe and Log Cabin Adventures now rank among some of Canada's top attractions, according to the Canadian Tourism Commission's Signature Experiences Collection.LEARN MORE
When five Siberian huskies hear another team of sled dogs off in the distance, they go nuts. (With a heightened sense of hearing, they can sense them before you do.) They’re not huge dogs, but incredibly strong – the weight of two adult humans can bounce along behind them like wedding cans on an old Chevy. And what’s the cause for excitement? To mate? To fight? The sheer joy of meeting another bunch of canines? As ...LEARN MORE
After a disastrous vacation south, a Toronto couple try their luck in another direction.
Last winter, we took our dream vacation south. Daily, we had skated our of our back lane and drove to work through streets that were a slippery nightmare ? black mounds around stranded cars decaying with salt and buses flinging greasy slush onto huddled civilians.
Just when we thought things might improve, the skies would open, bringing another pristine snowfall that would soon ...LEARN MORE