Voyageur Quest Adventures
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
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
“This trip totally exceeded my expectations! I travelled by myself and was joined by 8 other travellers and our guide Hannah, who was excellent by the way… knowledgeable, friendly, patient, and hard working.
Absolutely one of the best winter experiences me and my husband have been on! A rustic charming log cabin in the middle of nowhere, with the chance to detach from the world as we know it and step back in time a little. It has a huge fireplace which makes the place cosy and warm, charming decor, a great living and dining area, beautiful location, and a group of people who will make it a memorable stay. There is a wood-fired sauna to relax at the end of a long day.
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.
July 11- 13 Algonquin Log Cabin canoe and hike
Canoe into the mist, hike to forest lookouts, enjoy tasty food on this Algonquin Log cabin adventure. Price includes : 2 nights log cabin accommodation, meals Friday lunch to Sunday lunch, fully guided canoe and hike excursions.
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
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
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
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
My family and I have been living in Canada for almost a year now, but haven’t had a chance to explore. Now that my father and sister are visiting, we