Student Algonquin Adventures
Voyager Quest was recommended to me by another company to complete my Duke of Edinburgh’s Adventurous Journey for my Gold Award. Huge thanks to Noah! Noah was a fantastic guide for the week, really funny and cool guy! He made sure the trip was fun and enjoyable, educating the group about new things along the way. He motivated everyone on portages, and made the more challenging and arduous aspects of the trip entertaining through his stories and facts.
Our boys (9 of them) returned today from their Gold Duke of Edinburgh adventure journey – they can’t stop talking about the incredible time they had. Thank you so much, Blake, for making this trip a life long memory for them. It has been such a tremendous experience for them. They have learnt so much – for some of them it was the first time canoeing and portaging.
MEDIA AND STORIES
Rustic Comfort and Adventure in the Algonquin Bush By Katherine Jacob – Special to the Globe and Mail Globe and Mail Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Saturday August 28, 1999 Log Cabin Lodge, nestled in the woods on Symth Lake, offers
Discover Old Ontario on Voyageur Quest Harvey Currell Toronto Sun Toronto, Ontario, Canada You haven?t really experience a northern Ontario winter until you?ve eaten bannock on a stick beside a campfire in a silent snowbound forest… –Or crossed an icebound
Step out of your comfort zone and embrace the last few days of winter, by travelling to a winter camp, sleeping in a heated wall tent and learning winter camping techniques!
Spend a weekend searching for the picture perfect moment of Algonquin's amazing wildlife, with professional photographer Rob Stimpson.