Winter Adventures Category
Absolutely one of the best winter experiences me and my husband have been on! While it may seem expensive to some, you absolutely get what you pay for and more. Remember, it’s an experience! 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.
It’s hard to express what a fantastic time we had in a short review but we would definitely recommend Voyageur Quest and want to join them again for another adventure. Friendly, helpful staff from the office to the log cabin, constantly asking for feedback and wanting us to get the best experience possible. The activities, snow shoeing, cross country skiing and dog sledding, were well planned and well paced for our group, Heather made us feel safe and helped us improve our techniques. The food provided was wonderful and Emily put a lot of effort into every meal and snack she provided.
EARLY MORNING. Algonquin Provincial Park. Crisp air hits your face and blasts the sleep out of your system. The insides of your gloves become damp and you struggle to hold the bar linking you to a sled and 24 sprinting feet. Your muscles stiffen and brace for the bend up ahead … and you tumble as the sled lurches into the turn. … Read More
The first thing I think of when I think of VQ is the community, and this summer we had a pretty awesome one. I spent the summer months between guiding in the park and guiding at the log cabin and
Algonquin in a log cabinStory And Photos By Vic MacbournieThe Hamilton SpectatorHamilton, Ontario, Canada – Sat Sept 2, 2000 Our three-day Algonquin adventure started with an exhausting three-hour hike followed by a 45-minute paddle in a huge voyageur canoe. Along
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.
May 2-4 Long Weekend 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.