September 2-8, 2019 7-Day September Encore
A Late Summer Journey Through Algonquin’s Northwest Corner
Last summer, our amazing customer and friend, Stacey B. asked us to run a 7-day canoe trip in early September to spend time with new friends and enjoy the warmth the late summer brings! We made it happen and now have made this September date an annual trip. This seven-day, six-night Algonquin canoe trip travels a classic lake loop in the northwest corner of Algonquin Park. The trip moves at a relaxed pace with a focus on wildlife viewing, nature interpretation, and backcountry exploration.
Rendez-vous for lunch at Voyageur Quest Outfitting, located at Algonquin Park Access Point #1. Meet your guide and group members, and prepare for the journey ahead. Launch your canoes for your week-long adventure in Algonquin’s wilderness. Learn (or refresh) your paddling and portaging skills while keeping your eyes peeled for moose, great blue heron, loon, and beaver. Explore the waterways of North Tea, Biggar, and Manitou Lakes. For seven days you’ll paddle the clean, fresh water, dine on gourmet backcountry meals cooked over the fire, and sleep under the stars at stunning wilderness campsites. The journey comes to a close when you make your way back to Kawawaymog Lake for a farewell lunch before parting ways.
If you’re interested in a fully-guided, week-long adventure with new friends and the warmth of summer on the lake, give us a shout and we can make a new trip for you!