Private Algonquin Park Winter Eco-Adventure

From $1052+HST/person
3 Days 2 Nights Chalet Accommodation tasty meals, all equipment and guide

Private Winter Eco-Adventure at Algonquin Park's northwest corner

Live the adventure of Algonquin Park in winter! Learn to dog sled, snowshoe, and back country ski in an unspoiled Algonquin winter wonderland. Relax at night in a cozy solar-powered chalet suite.

Dogsled, snowshoe and ski

Experience the best of winter. Learn how to mush a team of dogs, ski across scenic lakes, snowshoe to forest lookouts. Active fun at your pace.

Private Chalet with superb meals

Unwind after your day on the trail with a hot shower and drinks in front of the fireplace. Feast on delicious meals served in your own private chalet site.

What's included

Everything including two or three nights private chalet suite, meals, guided dosgled, ski and snowshoe excursions

Private Adventure
Tailor the trip to your pace
No Experience Necessary
It is recommended that you can be active at a walking pace for up to a 4 hours at a time.
Backcountry Gourmet
Delicious meals prepared in your private chalet suite.
All Equipment Included
Skis, poles, snowshoes and much more. You bring all your personal items such as clothing, toiletries and a book.
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Private Adventure

Tailor the trip to your pace.

No Experience Necessary

It is recommended that you can be active at a walking pace for up to 4 hours at a time.

Backcountry Gourmet

Delicious meals prepared in your private chalet suite.

All Equipment Included

Skis, poles, snowshoes and much more. You bring all your personal items such as clothing, toiletries and a book.

Dates and Rates

Dates and Rates

Availability

December 21, 2020 – March 19, 2021

 

**Peak Season Pricing**
December 21- January 2 

 

Pricing & Options

Algonquin Snowshoe with Chalet Suite
December- March
$780+HST/Chalet Suite
  • 3 Nights Chalet Accommodation
  • 2 Pairs of Snowshoes
  • Welcome Orientation
  • Firewood
Private Algonquin Park Winter Eco-Adventure
$1052+HST/person*
  • 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 4 People
  • $2104+HST/person based on 2 people
Algonquin Dogsled, Ski and Snowshoe Adventure
Regular Season
$815+HST/person
  • 2 Nights Log Cabin Accommodation
  • All Meals
  • Guided Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing and Dog Sledding Excursions
  • Services of a Wilderness Guide
  • All Winter Equipment
  • $1050+HST/person during Peak Season
Private Algonquin Park Winter Eco-Adventure
$1052+HST/person*
  • 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 4 People
  • $2104+HST/person based on 2 people

Trip Itinerary

Here's what you can expect on an average Private Algonquin Park Winter Eco-Adventure. This is just an example; exact programming is subject to weather and guest preferences.

Day 1
Arrive at the Algonquin Cottage Outpost at 12:30pm. After a tasty lunch, snowshoe to a forest lookout. Look for wildlife tracks and learn about Algonquin in winter. Return for appetizers and dinner in front of the fireplace. Later try your hand at torch-lit broom ball or skating on the lake under the stars.
Day 2
Rise and enjoy a hearty Canadian breakfast. Learn or refresh back-country ski skills before taking off across Kawawaymog Lake. Stride and glide through the hemlock trails and pine-laced shores. Enjoy the silence of the snow-laden forest. Return for a hot lunch and fresh baking. The afternoon has options: ski the “Forgotten Trails”, snowshoe to the top of Moose Mountain, or relax and read a book in front of the fire. Finish the day with a home-cooked meal in the cozy cabin.
Day 3
“Harnesses”, “gee” and “ha”, “gang lines!” These are just a few of the expressions you learn in the dog sled orientation before mushing your own team of huskies on a dog sled trail ride. Return to the dog yard around lunch time to unhook your team. Enjoy a hearty lunch from a local diner for a taste of South River hospitality before your departure.

Client Testimonials

“The accommodations were great – very spacious. Very clean and functional.The wood burning stove did a great job. Our guide was outstanding. He was very relaxed, welcoming and knowledgeable. The activities were all that we expected. The highlight was clearly the dogsledding! Highly recommended. We will be back next year.” 

Dallas 

“We had a wonderful family weekend at the Magnetawan cottage. Excellent service, very friendly staff. We went snowshoeing, backcountry skiing and dog sledding, and we had a lot of fun. The cottage is very comfortable with all what you need. It is really a very Canadian experience!” 

Wilson 

FAQs for Winter Eco-Adventure

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!

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. 

 Please note you can drive right to the cabin 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. 

You only need to bring your personal items: clothing, toiletries, and cameras. A complete list of what to bring will be emailed to your after booking.

We are happy to accommodate your dietary requirements. For speciality diets such as vegan, lactose-free or gluten free we do charge a small additional cost. For life-threatening allergies please bring two EPI Pens. It is important to let our office know 30 days before your departure any dietary restrictions you may have. 

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.

Are you ready? Book your adventure today!

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