3 Day Canoe Trip Itinerary

These are fun filled canoe trips into exhilarating wilderness areas in Algonquin Park interior. Everything you need for this guided trip will be supplied, including canoes, tents, gear, food and waterproof canoe packs. You need only bring your clothes and personal items.

This Algonquin Park canoe trip is ideal for those with little or no canoe experience. Not only will you experience canoeing the majesty of Canada’s wilderness in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada but also improve your paddling and wilderness skills as our ORCKA certified Canoe guides / Canoe instructors lead you on a wilderness odyssey Algonquin Park canoe trip that will be the highlight of your summer vacation. You will have the opportunity to experience equipment and techniques that will ensure that your encounter with nature will be a safe, dry, warm and comfortable one.

Algonquin Park is the oldest provincial park in Ontario and one of the largest parks in Canada and the largest wilderness canoe park in the world. It encompasses 8,000 square kilometers (3,500 square miles), with over 1600 kilometers of canoe routes within Algonquin Park boundaries which provides numerous possibilities for an unforgettable wilderness experience.

We’ll travel in modern light weight canoes, camp on Algonquin Park interior wilderness sites, sleep in comfortable two person tents, bake fresh breads and goodies right in camp and eat like royalty. You will see what equipment works very well and what to leave behind. This will be an event that will change and enhance your experience of wilderness canoe travel forever more.

ORCKA Basic Canoe Level 1 & 2 certification is included on this Algonquin Park canoe trip.

The trip starts at 9:30 am at Algonquin Park (or 7:00 am if you are taking the round trip transportation from Toronto) and ends at 3-4 pm on the last day.

What we teach and certify for ORCKA Canoe Skills Level 1 & 2 on our 3 day Algonquin Canoe trips:

Saftey
Retrieving a swamped canoe
Canoe over canoe rescue
Re-entering a canoe
Theory
Selection of equipment
Equipment knowledge
Equipment care
Government regulations
Safe canoeing procedures
Outdoor precautions
Environmental awareness
Windy weather precautions
Canoeing history
Paddling Skills
Day trip packing Skills (tandem)
Launching and removing a canoe
Entering and exiting a canoe
Paddling positions and trimming
Balancing
Changing positions
Landing
Pivots
Sideward displacement
Forward straight line
Inside and outside turns
Inside and outside circles
Stopping
Inside and outside landings
Reverse straight line
Lifts and carries

Trip Fee: From $445.00 CAD per person when booking 2 or more.
Round trip transportation from Toronto available at $95.00 per person.
Plus HST (13% sales tax)

In the interest of participant safety and well being the guide / instructor may alter the actual trip itinerary at their discretion.

Please Note: Prices and Itineraries are subject to change with notice on the Algonquin Canoe main web page. Once a booking is in place no price increases will be applied.

Booking: The booking requires a 30% deposit by Visa or MasterCard (for Canadian Credit Cards) with the balance due 30 days prior to trip departure. Non Canadian Credit Cards are charged the full trip fee payment in US dollars at the time of booking.

These trip dates do sell out so please make your reservation soon to ensure you get the trip dates you would like.

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