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Epic Wilderness Adventures

Looking for that 'trip of a lifetime'? Travel by floatplanes, trains, canoes and kayaks to wild and remote Northern lakes and landscapes. Reconnect with the solitude and spirituality of the natural world and sample Ontario’s breathtaking wilderness.  Marvel at polar bears, moose, bald eagles and even more Canadian wildlife.  Be a true pioneer and get yourself out to where the call of the loon, the vastness of Ontario’s boreal forest, the sub-arctic tundra and the majesty of 100-year old white pine trees replace the intrusions of everyday life.

WINTER CAMPING

The most challenging adventures are often the most rewarding. Embrace the temperature and brave the wilderness on a multi-day winter camping voyage. You’ll be rewarded with stunning, out-of-this-world landscapes, potential wildlife sightings, amazing stargazing opportunities, and the confidence in achieving something you never realized you could do. Let us help you succeed. Leave the planning and prep to the experts and set out on a fully guided and outfitted adventure.

Join columnist and YouTube personality Kevin Callan, the Happy Camper on a guided camping adventure with Yours Outdoors setting out from Haliburton. Lure of the North employs traditional methods and materials, such as snowshoes and toboggans, without sacrificing on comfort. Wood stoves head up your tent and you’ll fall asleep on a bed of boughs.

Best described as ‘transformational travel’, Northern Edge Algonquin creates & hosts all-inclusive multi-day nature retreats for small groups out of South River. Wild Adventures Canada leads groups on all inclusive guided adventures through Algonquin Provincial Park, while Snow Forest Adventures combine dog sledding adventure on a winter camping trip for a trip of a lifetime.

Start training now for your next big winter camping adventure.

WINTER STARGAZING

Catch a glimpse of the spectacular aurora borealis - our Northern Lights. View the beauty of the night sky at the Lennox-Addington County Night Sky Viewing Area, the Binbrook Conservation Area outside of Hamilton, Gordon’s Park Dark Sky Preserve on Manitoulin Island or Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Preserve in Muskoka.

Browse the packages below to find your epic wilderness adventure. Ontario lodges and resorts also offer unique opportunities to combine an exploration of wilderness trails with other winter activities.

Woman hiking along swinging bridge over a canyon.

PARKS CANADA

Explore our six stunning national parks in Ontario – check online for special events and programs.
Man paddling a canoe in the wilderness.

ONTARIO PARKS

Ontario is home to 330 Provincial Parks, encompassing pristine and beautiful scenery.
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