"Footsteps of the Pioneer"
Join the BEST WINTER PACKAGE IN CANADA Footsteps of the Pioneer - selected in March 1998 by the Canadian Tourism Commission. This 3-day trip offers a sample of winter adventures including dogsledding, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
No experience is required for this 3 day winter trips. It is a great way to get a taste of all aspects of winter. Our Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge offers comfort after an energetic day on skis or snowshoes. Enjoy a wood-fired sauna, shower, and then sip a hot drink in front of the stone fireplace. Our guests continue to rave about our creative and home cooked Canadian feasts!
Friday to Sunday
Jan 31- Feb 2 ( Cottage Outpost) **Feb 21-23, March 7-9, 2014
The cost is $657 per adult, $575 per child under the age of 10 plus HST. "Exclusive winter adventure for groups of 8-16 "
The cost includes: two nights accommodation, all meals, guided excursions including dogsledding, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and services of two wilderness guides.
The Algonquin Log Cabin is a great place to celebrate your Christmas Holidays, March Break, Thanksgiving or family holiday.
With a total capacity of 12, the Log Cabin is an intimate setting for your family or group wilderness experience. A booking of ten or more ensures a special price of any of the Algonquin Log Cabin standard guided programs (Footsteps of the Pioneer) and the exclusivity of the Log Cabin to your group.
All rates include 3 days/ 2 nights accommodation for up to 12 people, six double occupancy rooms with two shared bathroom, separate sauna and shower cabin. Custodian on site to help with wood stoves, propane lights.
Price vary with season and holidays. Damage deposit required
CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR AT THE ALGONQUIN LOG CABIN DECEMBER 31, 2012 - JANUARY 2, 2013
$1,775 plus HST
January - from $1,450 plus HST
February 1- March 20 from $1,695 plus HST
March 20 April 20- from $1,495 plus HST
The cost includes: 2 nights accommodation for up to 12 people
Available for an additional charge:"Algonquin ski & snowshoe"
- Cross country skiis
- Dog Sledding
- Return transportation from Toronto
The Algonquin Park 3-Day Winter Lodge Adventure offers fantastic opportunities for backcountry snowshoeing and skiing. On top of accommodation and meals, this package features the use of backcountry skiis and snowshoes for 3 days..!
Friday to Sunday
Jan.31 - Feb.2, Feb. 21 - 23, March. 7 - 9. 2014
The cost is $445 per person plus HST"Home made gourmet stews and soups, craft beers, poker and the outdoors!"
The cost includes: two nights accommodation, all meals, backcountry ski and snowshoe excursions.
Join us during Christmas week December 27-29 for $475 per person plus HST
A refined experience in the backcountry of Algonquin, the “Stew and Brew” delivers a winter weekend of culinary adventure mixed with just the right amount of outdoor adventure and beer sampling. The backbone of this trip is the food and drink combinations put together by the beer thirsty staff at Voyageur Quest. Feast on Cassoulet, Wild Game Gumbo, Black beer Irish stew washed down with the likes of Fin du Monde, Leffe dark and London Porter.
If you love the outdoors and the above menu has your mouth watering – this adventure is for you. The feast and beer sampling is mixed with highland snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, and an option to snowmobile and ice fish. A winter weekend would not be complete without a sauna and ice plunge, torch lit broomball and late night board games/cards. Add a special memory to your adventure and take the option to dogsled, ice fish or snowmobile.
Accommodation is the Algonquin Log Cabin. Rustic, with a massive fireplace - the log cabin offers authentic natural charm amidst spectacular winter wilderness. Accommodation is double occupancy with shared indoor washrooms, as well as a sauna and shower cabin.
Book soon – the Stew and Brew adventure is limited to 12 people.
Friday to Sunday
The cost is $450 per person
The cost includes: two nights Log Cabin accommodation, tasty stews, soups and meals, beers from around the world, guided backcountry ski and snowshoe excursions
The cost does not include: Personal clothing, HST, ground transfers
Return transportation from Toronto is available for additional $175 per person by Northland bus or van depending on volume.
Dogsled day trip 10am to 3pm on Friday is available for an additional $185 per person
Snowmobile and BBQ/ ice fish Sunday option for additional $192 per person based on a group of 4. "Algonquin Park Dogsled, Ski, Snowshoe"
Plan your Family break now - dogsledding, wolf howling and guides that make fun for both adults and kids! With 6 double occupancy rooms, the Algonquin Log Cabin is perfect for one large family or a couple of families looking for an exclusive and rustic getaway.
March 12-14 & March 16-18, 2013
March Break 2013
Cost is $595 per adult, $522 per child under the age of 10, which includes: two nights accommodation, all meals, guided excursions including dog sledding, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and services of two wilderness guides.
Return transportation from Toronto is available for $175 "5 day Algonquin winter exploration by snowshoe & ski"
Participate in an authentic winter adventure based from the winter wilderness around the Algonquin Log Cabin. Ski across frozen lakes and snowshoe through waist deep snow. Learn winter backcountry travel skills from seasoned guides. Rest tired bones in the wood fired sauna and sleep in heated wall tent comfort.
This winter expedition focuses on off-the-beaten path outdoor exploration and backcountry travel skills. While no winter experience is necessary, these line of participatory adventures are intended for active people who have some outdoor experience and are looking for authentic adventure. This is a qualifying trip for the bronze, silver or gold award.
Preliminary Trip: Monday Qualifying Trip: Tuesday to Friday
March 10-14, 2014
Group of 6 or more? Ask about setting up a date that fits your schedule
Cost is $765 per person.
This includes 4 nights accommodation winter wall tent, food and the faciliatation of a wilderness guide. "Snowshoeing, Torch Lit Skating and Backcountry Skiing"
Celebrate Christmas in an Algonquin Winter Wonderland. While Algonquin Park is Canada's most popular canoe trip destination, few people have experienced the stunning beauty of the Park in winter. Frozen lakes, waist-deep snow, wildlife tracks, the howl of a wolf and the crisp clear air are just a few of the delights of a winter experience..!
This three-day Holiday Getaway features comfortable lodge accommodation at the Algonquin Log Cabin. Located at Algonquin Park, the lodge features authentic Log Cabin construction amidst spectacular wilderness. Accommodation is double occupancy with shared indoor washrooms, as well as a sauna and shower cabin. Group size is limited to 12 guests and two Voyageur Quest guides who prepare delicious meals allowing you to put up your feet after the invigorating day on the trail..!
Jan 2-4, 2014
$475 per person
Add on activities include ice fishing and dogsledding.
For guests who would prefer not to drive, return transportation from Toronto is available for $175 per person. "4-day Guided Backcountry Skiing and Snowshoeing "
Hang your stocking, sip home-made eggnog in front of the huge stone fireplace. This is the BEST CHRISTMAS PACKAGE IN ONTARIO as selected in 2001 by the Canadian Tourism Commission. Frozen lakes, waist deep snow, wildlife tracks, the howl of a wolf, and the crisp clean air are just a few of the delights of a Christmas winter wonderland at Algonquin Park.
This 4-day trip offers a sample of winter adventures including backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and skating on Surprise Lake. Our Algonquin Log Cabin offers intimate comfort: enjoy a wood-fired sauna and a hot shower, and the delights of our creative home cooked Canadian feasts, such as fresh baked bread, wild salmon and a festive champagne Christmas brunch.
December 24-27, 2013
The cost is $646 per person.
The cost includes: three nights log cabin accommodation , festive meals, all equipment, fully guided excursions including backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and ice skating.
The cost does not include: transportation from Toronto, dogsledding excursion, personal clothing, HST.
For guests who would prefer not to drive, return transportation from Toronto is available from $175 per person.