Voyageur Quest has offered Algonquin Park canoe and lodge based adventures since 1991. Our Algonquin Park 3 – 5 day canoe trips are a “best of Canada” Canadian Tourism Commission “signature experience” and focus on wildlife, camping, outstanding gourmet meals, superior guides and memorable campsites. Algonquin lodge based canoe trips, hiking and wildlife interpretation takes place out of our two eco lodges, the Algonquin Log Cabin and Algonquin Cottage Outpost. Both are located at the north west corner of Algonquin Provincial Park. Our Algonquin Island Retreat, a tiny private island with a cozy cabin, is the ideal escape for couples.
Our guided program is what make our Algonquin park canoe trips and lodge adventures stand out. Award winning learning vacations showcase the best of Algonquin Park’s seasons and regional culture. Wake with the sun and paddle in search of moose. Enjoy backcountry gourmet meals cooked over a fire. In winter, participate in an authentic expedition in the winter wilderness around the Algonquin Log Cabin. Ski across frozen lakes and snowshoe through waist deep snow. Learn winter backcountry travel skills from seasoned guides.
Stew and Brew Winter Culinary Adventure (March 2-4, 2018)
A refined experience in the backcountry of Algonquin, the “Stew and Brew” delivers a winter weekend of culinary adventure mixed with just the right amount of outdoor adventure and beer sampling. The backbone of this trip is the food and drink combinations put together by the beer thirsty staff at Voyageur Quest. Feast on Cassoulet, Wild Game Gumbo, and Black Beer Irish Stew washed down with the likes of Fin du Monde, Leffe Dark and London Porter.
If you love the outdoors and the above menu has your mouth watering – this adventure is for you. The feast and beer sampling is mixed with highland snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, and an option to snowmobile and ice fish. A winter weekend would not be complete without a sauna and ice plunge, torch lit broomball and late night board games/cards. Add a special memory to your adventure and take the option to dogsled, ice fish or snowmobile. Accommodation is the Algonquin Log Cabin. Rustic, with a massive fireplace – the log cabin offers authentic natural charm amidst spectacular winter wilderness. Accommodation is double occupancy with shared indoor washrooms, as well as a sauna and shower cabin. Book soon – the Stew and Brew adventure is limited to 12 people. For complete package details click here.
Learn to Winter Camp (package available March 14-16, 2018)
Participate in an authentic winter expedition in the winter wilderness around the Algonquin Log Cabin. Ski across frozen lakes and snowshoe through waist deep snow. Learn winter backcountry travel skills from seasoned guides. Rest tired bones in the wood fired sauna and learn all about heated wall tents.
This winter expedition focuses on off-the-beaten path outdoor exploration and backcountry travel skills. While no winter experience is necessary, these “learn to” lines of participatory adventures are intended for those who have some outdoor experience and are looking for authentic adventure. For complete package details click here.
For more information on Voyageur Quest, or to view other available winter packages, please visit their website.