Algonquin Winter Accommodation
“The winter cabin in particular is magical — a rustic winter wonderland, with delicious food, excellent guides and total disconnection from civilization and city life.”
“We’ve been home two hours and already researching a return in the Summer… That’s how good our weekend was!
On arrival at the chalet, Ivan was already waiting for us to show us over the chalet. We were surprised at how well equipped it was – a fridge/freezer and gas oven and hob as well as all sorts of kitchen implements. We soon had the wood burning fire going – the entire chalet was exceptionally toasty warm!”
MEDIA AND STORIES
I spent the past summer working for Mr. John Langford at Voyageur Quest up in the north-west corner of Algonquin Park and let me tell you it was a blast. As one of the outpost managers I woke up ever day not quite knowing what was in store for me, and constantly meeting new and exciting challenges. … Read More
Two timber wolves, trotting in tandem, cross the lumber trail ahead of us and melt silently into the bush. From our canoe we note the submerged snout of a swimming beaver as it pushes an arrowhead of ripples toward a sticks-and-mud lodge in the centre of the wilderness lake. … Read More
EARLY MORNING. Algonquin Provincial Park. Crisp air hits your face and blasts the sleep out of your system. The insides of your gloves become damp and you struggle to hold the bar linking you to a sled and 24 sprinting feet. Your muscles stiffen and brace for the bend up ahead … and you tumble as the sled lurches into the turn. … Read More
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.