Algonquin Adventure for Two
Featured in the Globe & Mail as the Best Place to Spend Valentines Day. A date like no other! Bring your loved one to Algonquin’s northwest corner for some intimate Algonquin winter adventure! Share a snowmobile or dogsled through an unspoiled winter forest, trek to a hidden forest camp for a regional gourmet lunch, enjoy a torch-lit skate. Put your feet up in front of the fire every night in your own chalet suite. This package is ideal for couples looking for some real adventure.
January 10- March 13 , 2023
- *based off 2 people
- 2 Nights Chalet Accommodation
- Welcome Wine and Cheese
- Dinner Day 1
- Breakfast and Dinner on Day 2
- Brunch on Day 3
- 2 Pairs of Snowshoes
- 2 Pairs of Backcountry Ski
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- 3 Nights Chalet Suite
- Lunch in a heated wall tent
- Self-Guided Snowmobiling
- Bistro Lunch
- * Price based on 2 people
- 2 Nights Chalet Accommodation
- All Meals
- Guided Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing and Dog Sledding Excursions
- Services of a Wilderness Guide
- All Winter Equipment
- * Price Based on a Group of 4
“We’ve been home two hours and already researching a return in the Summer… That’s how good our weekend was!
We arranged a 3 night stay and asked Voyageur Quest to organize dog sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoe hire for us. “
“The chalet is located in a gorgeous area with beautiful sightseeing.
At night, we stayed by the fireplace and had dinner. It felt like home! A winter wonderland!”
FAQs for Adventure for Two
It means that our cottages are not like your home and not hooked up to the Ontario Power Electricity. We operate on solar power to provide lights and run the water pumps to our well.
No. There is some cell reception approx 10 mins down the road.
Yes, we operate on solar electricity. Our fridge , stove , water heater run on propane gas. Please note these cottages do not have enough power to plug in certain items. Talk to our office if you require power. Be sure to bring spare batteries for your devices when you visit!
Each cottage has a bathroom with flushing toilet and a hot shower.
Yes you can drive right to the chalet suite and the roads are plowed and are considered “snow roads”. Snow roads mean they are plowed into packed down snow which you are able to drive on! Snow tires are recommended.
Water from all faucets is potable. Water is drawn from our well and then filtered before exiting the tap.
We do love dogs and you are more than welcome to bring your furry friend. Please note that you are responsible
for cleaning up after your dog and for any damage to furniture, floors etc. that your dog may cause. An additional damage deposit of $250 is required for guests with pets.
Skating is dependant on ice conditions and weather temperatures. Contact our office to get ice updates before your departure.
No, dogsledding and snowmobiling excursions are off the Voyageur Quest property. Our office will send you driving directions upon your booking.
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