Enter to win this 8-day all-inclusive adventure full of pure Canadian WOW. Be inspired by the same magical scenery that enthused The Group of Seven – Canada’s most famous landscape artists while you explore Northeastern Ontario with Dave Cornthwaite, UK adventurer and founder of the SayYesMore movement.
Your adventure starts with a visit to Sudbury’s dynamic attractions. Then you’ll travel to Killarney where you’ll spend a night in luxury at Killarney Mountain Lodge.
After getting geared up with Killarney Outfitters, you’ll spend 3 days wilderness canoe tripping in Killarney Provincial Park, one of Ontario’s crown jewels. Paddle on sapphire lakes surrounded by pink granite outcroppings and rugged white quartzite mountains. Hike to “The Crack”, the Park’s most famous vista.
Next you’ll spend 3 days wilderness sea kayaking among the islands of Georgian Bay, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Your last night will be at Killarney Mountain Lodge. Trip dates are August 8 to 15, 2018.
Prize Package for one winner and a guest includes:
Contest Details: Open to UK residents 21 years and older. Contest opens December 20, 2017 and closes midnight (GMT) April 15, 2018. Fulfillment of contest will occur from August 8 to 15, 2018. There are no substitutes on dates, no cash value, prize is not transferrable. Estimated retail value $7,900 CND Dollars. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
Dave Cornthwaite is a UK adventurer, motivational speaker, filmmaker and all-round self-propelled YesMan. He is best known for his Expedition 1000 project, a plan to undertake 25 separate journeys of 1000 miles or more, each using a different form of non-motorized transport. He is the founder of the SayYesMore movement, which inspires people towards finding out what they are really capable of.
If there’s one single element that has sculpted Canada, it’s water. The canoe is the icon that binds Canadians to nature, each other and to their cultural heritage. The Canadian Canoe Culture has evolved to include all forms of paddling – canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and rafting. For a unique insight into the Canadian Canoe Culture, watch ‘The Canoe’, a short film that tells the stories of five Ontarians whose lives have been shaped by paddling.