Author Archives: Voyageur Quest

Manitou Cottage’s new look

Large New Deck The Maniotu and Lost Dog cottage was connected in 2021. Now a large wooden deck has been added in the fall of 2022 that connects the two cottages from the outside and offers a nice outdoor dining … Read More

6 BEST OF ALGONQUIN PARK CANOE ROUTES

With 29 Acess Points and over 2000 kms 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 Park is truly a canoe trip … Read More

Changing Water with Freeze Up

Magic of ice and watching seasons change Watching the lakes freeze. It is a very exciting time of year because it means that soon we will be able to travel on water! That is, frozen lakes.  We look forward to … Read More

28 Days to Winter Solstice!

Today we start our 28 day Winter Solstice Countdown. Join us on this journey to learn how you can experience winter this season.  Winter Solstice is a celebration of winter. The day winter officially begins. It is an astronomical event … Read More

Book Summer 2020 Now!

Book Now for Summer 2020 Hello from Algonquin’s northwest corner!  We hope everyone has been staying safe and healthy during COVID – 19  and once again thank you to all the essential workers for helping to keep our cities, provinces and … Read More

4 Day Algonquin Canoe or Lodge Adventure in connection with Porter Airlines

Porter Airlines is now offering flights from Toronto Billy Bishop Airport to Muskoka Airport! You know what that means? Time to come to Algonquin Park and take part in the 4 night special Algonquin Park Adventure in connection with Porter … Read More

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Winter Expeditions

One of our most popular student winter adventures are our multi-day student lead Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Winter Expeditions. These trips are based out of our Algonquin Log Cabin on Surprise Lake, with our hot tent set up in … Read More

From Canoes to Snowshoes: A Canoe Trip Guide’s First Season Guiding in an Algonquin Winter

I’ve always been captivated by winter. Maybe it’s the twenty below nights when the forest is dead silent except for the sound of tree branches cracking in the wind, or maybe it’s the snow-covered lakes you can snowshoe, ski or … Read More

Algonquin Park Guiding and Support Employment Opportunities for 2019

Forgive me – 2019 continues to celebrate awesome winter conditions for snowy adventures – backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, dogsledding, our Algonquin Log Cabin, the crackle of our Rumford fires and a steaming hot chocolate….. but I can’t help myself today as … Read More

Backcountry Skiing Algonquin

Flying down a hill in Algonquin’s  snowy back country  , on the edge of control , without fully knowing what lies around the bend or under the  fresh snow gets my adrenaline flowing.  At this moment, I am in 100% … Read More