Northern Ontario, Canada

Northern Ontario

Welcome to the Northern Ontario, Canada! Bigger than Texas, wilder than the west, more welcoming than a campfire in October, Northern Ontario is like no place else. The Northwest is famous for its spectacular fishing lakes, Algoma Countryhas Lake Superior as their back yard, and the Northeast provides excellent vacation destinations close to Toronto and other large urban centres in Southern Ontario.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 10:39

Top Ten Ice Fishing Articles from 2013

Need a new tactic for jigging up trophy pike on the ice? Looking for a new winter wonderland to host your next winter fishing excursion? or maybe your looking to tweak your tactic for landing trout in the cold? Look no further! We've collected the top ten ice fishing articles from last winter all in one place. Written by our team of master anglers, these articles are chalked full of insider tips, reviews of the…
Monday, 11 August 2014 16:05

Top Ten Fall Fishing Stories from 2013

You would be hard pressed to find better fishing than in Northern Ontario during the fall. To celebrate the season being upon us once again, and to help our readers improve their fall fishing skills, we have collected our top ten fishing articles from fall 2013. These articles, written by some true masters of Ontario fishing, are a treasure trove of inside tips, tricks, and secret fishing hot spots for you to enjoy.    1…
Learn to kayak this summer From the rocky shores of Lake Superior to the Toronto Harbourfront, Ontario is home to a wealth of stunning places to paddle; matched with world class instruction and expertise.   Take a dip in the waters of Georgian Bay near Parry Sound. White Squall, with 25 years of experience in kayak instruction, has classes running June through to September for every skill level. Try a workshop for beginners exploring essential…
Come for the fish and chips, stay for the adventure - Parry Sound Welcome to Parry Sound! Read the signs that were plastered everywhere as we drove into the sleepy cottage town on the shores of Georgian Bay in central Ontario. We weren't sure if they were a warm welcome or quite protest, but they did demonstrated that the locals love their town and we were about to find out why. It was a gorgeous…
Thursday, 01 July 2010 14:03

Art inspired wilderness adventures

“When you go there you sit around and you feel you’re there with them - they’re still there; they’ve left their mark in the way they painted that scene, and one gets to feel good about that.” - Jim Waddington Simple curiosity. That’s all it took to launch a 30-year art history wilderness adventure. A journey of discovery that would unearth 160 Group of Seven sketching sites along with the stories and shared passions that…
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