UK Television Story on the Algonquin Log Cabin Voyageur Quest – August 2003 Scottish Passport, a UK television show, featured this story about the Algonquin Log Cabin and Voyageur Quest’s Algonquin canoe trips. Seen on this video are Scottish Passport anchor Sarah Mack and guide Trent Wilke.
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.
The Great Outdoors Getaways and Day Trips Toronto Life Toronto Life City Guide 2006 Toronto, Ontario, Canada – March 2006 The Great Outdoors Northeast Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge Before you unpack your bags at the base camp – a rustic log cabin on the northwest margins of Algonquin Park – you will have taken part in a hike through four
As I’m trying to take photos from the porch, territorial grey jays swoop in just above my head with a menacing flutter that has the subtlety of a Harley Davidson. Fair play: I’m on their turf. The Algonquin Log Cabin is an isolated dot next to Surprise Lake … 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
Serenading wolves in wintry Ontario Katy Palmer Teletext Holidays – March 12, 2005 If you’re one of those people who’s been lured into a winter holiday that screams: “Get away from it all!” only to find crowds of braying ski enthusiasts and a squabbling family in the cabin next door, then Ontario, Canada could be the perfect retreat. With 270
Rustic Comfort and Adventure in the Algonquin Bush By Katherine Jacob – Special to the Globe and Mail Globe and Mail Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Saturday August 28, 1999 Log Cabin Lodge, nestled in the woods on Symth Lake, offers a unique year – round encounter with the wilderness. If you want comfort and adventure in the wilderness, Algonquin Log
Roughing It The Civilized Way Gordon Garrison Voyageur Quest’s tour of Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario lets visitors meet nature up close and personal, but smoothes the rough edges with a comfortable base camp. We were a diverse group, and none of us knew exactly what to expect. The idea of ‘getting away from it all’ motivated some, curiosity others.
Paddle into past Janet Podolak News-Herald Cincinnati, Ohio, USA – July 10, 2005 A male swan on patrol puffs up his chest feathers and eyes us warily as we paddle near the edge of the Canadian lagoon he?s apparently guarding. When we spot a female swan nesting in the shelter of the shore, the reason for his agitation becomes apparent.
Ontario Eco-Adventure Celebrates Winter Debbie McKeown Snowshoe Magazine – January 25, 2011 As my laboured breathing slowly returns to normal, I take in the natural splendour surrounding me. Snow falls steadily, cooling my overheated face while I scan the slopes below for wildlife that made the tracks we saw while snowshoeing to our rocky perch atop Moose Mountain. The hill
On the Trail in Canada’s Bush Nick Smith Focus Magazine Algonquin Park in Ontario is half the size of Wales and absolutely packed with moose. Nick Smith ventures in search of Canada’s biggest animal. Give an anatomist care blanche to design any animal they want, and the chances are that a moose would be the last thing they’d come up
Northern Exposure Century Home Magazine Port Hope, Ontario, Canada – Winter 2002 A cabin in the woods and a dogsledding adventure makes a perfect country getaway. Some Canadians have a grudging acceptance of winter and will sigh by the window, watching the now collect outside. Others run outside and revel in the fresh white blanket and the crisp, clean air.