The first thing I think of when I think of VQ is the community, and this summer we had a pretty awesome one. I spent the summer months between guiding in the park and guiding at the log cabin and
My partner and I stayed at one of Voyager Quest’s cabin for our honeymoon in October. Our time there was amazing. The cabins are warm, spacious and cozy. We had a beautiful fireplace and big entertaining/ living room space. It was incredible having such a great view and proximity to the lake. We canoed, hiked and had a wonderful stay.
The 3 days canoe trip revealed itself as one of our best experiences in Canada ever! Already at the beginning of our trip, we got a warm welcome from our guide Evan. He showed lots of enthusiasm in explaining what we could expect of this trip and we were impressed by his great knowledge concerning plants and animals. Camping and canoeing is truly his passion and we felt very safe by following him “off the grid“ after having lunch at the voyager quest office.
MEDIA AND STORIES
TV Story on Algonquin Park Dogsledding with Voyageur Quest Voyager Quest – January 2002 A TV story on dog sledding in Algonquin Park featuring The Outdoor Journal host Reno Viola.
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
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.
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.