14 Day Crossing Algonquin Park – Epic Canoe Trip Adventure
This 14 day Crossing Algonquin Park – epic canoe trip adventure offers the ultimate and best of all things Algonquin Park. Paddle across Algonquin, from the western boundary, across the big lakes of North Tea, Manitou and Cedar before canoeing down the white-water of the Petawawa River to the eastern edge.
If you look at an Algonquin Park map, you will see this water route from Algonquin Access # 1 at our Voyageur Quest Outfitter across to Cedar lake and down the Petawawa to McManus Lake is a natural water way across Algonquin park. Following the glacial melt of 10, 000 years ago, the 14 day trip has two distinct sections. The first seven days is flat-water canoeing on gorgeous Algonquin Park lakes and small windy rivers. Pull out your fishing rod and fish for trout. Get close for outstanding pictures of moose, loons and beavers. The second week picks up speed with white-water canoeing down the class 2 and 3 rapids of the Petawawa River.
This epic canoe trip adventure requires a comfort in the wilderness and some canoe experience. Learn and/or refresh paddle, moving water and portage skills along the way. The campsites are beautiful. Swim in the clean fresh water. Enjoy back country gourmet meals cooked over a fire. The trip is participatory by nature.
August 21-Sept 3, 2017
Cost is: $2, 895 ($2, 171 US) per person plus HST
Cost includes: 13 nights camping accommodation, meals lunch day 1 to lunch day 14, all equipment, park permits , services of a wilderness guide.
Cost does not include: HST, personal clothing, transfer from Toronto
For an additional cost: Add return transportation from Toronto for this adventure for $250 plus HST