Algonquin Family Adventures
“What a fantastic trip and would highly recommend to anyone who wants an adventure! We did the three day family canoe trip with three children aged 14,12 and 11. We had a great time and enjoyed every minute even the last day where the heavens opened and we all got soaking wet. It’s hard to pick out highlights but in no particular order, the sun rise paddle as the sun rose over the trees and the mist lingered on the lake…
Had a fabulous trip with Voyageur and their senior guide Evan. Spent three nights out in Algonquin Park camping, transporting everything in two canoes with us. We had parents in one canoe and kids (age 15 and 12 years) in the same canoe with Evan. So our 12 year old could have a rest from paddling from time to time. Evan did a fantastic job of organizing everything, cooking meals and even keeping our kids engaged and entertained.
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The sun is barely up, the air cool and clean. The silence is complete except for the rythmic slap, slap of the paddles in the water, smooth as glass, reflecting the crimson and gold of autumn’s glory as it reveals itself on another new day in Algonquin Park. … Read More
CKVR Barrie News Story on Voyageur Quest Canoe Trips Voyageur Quest – September 2001 A great news feature done by Janie Robinson of VR News on the Voyageur Quest canoe trips.
Algonquin in a log cabinStory And Photos By Vic MacbournieThe Hamilton SpectatorHamilton, Ontario, Canada – Sat Sept 2, 2000 Our three-day Algonquin adventure started with an exhausting three-hour hike followed by a 45-minute paddle in a huge voyageur canoe. Along
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Spend a weekend searching for the picture perfect moment of Algonquin's amazing wildlife, with professional photographer Rob Stimpson.