See it! Do it! Live it! Come to Canada’s largest Outdoor Adventure Show, February 19th to 21st 2016 at the International Centre in Mississauga and bring a friend for FREE. Print the coupon below by clicking on it.    This year, do something extraordinary!  Go dogsledding, explore an UNESCO world biosphere, paddle the largest freshwater lake in the world, escape with a fly-in wilderness adventure, try whitewater rafting, hike the Pukaskwa National Park trail, or…
In 2015, Ray Mears, British adventure traveller and TV personality, journeyed deep into the remote backcountry of the Temagami region of Ontario, Canada. Here he found himself immersed in Canada's canoe culture and the captivating legend of Archibald Belaney, better known as Grey Owl. "Grey Owl was the most effective conservationist of his age; he preached a message of concern on behalf of the creatures of the wild that he found suffering in the advancing…
Temagami, also known as Grey Owl Country, boasts a vast system of canoe routes. One particular favourite of ours is the three-day adventure through the Wakimika Triangle. It is one of the planet's most beautiful places. Rock ridges and cliffs, majestic white pine, clear-water swimming, and gorgeous sunset campsites. Evidence of the age and permanence of the land and the people is everywhere. Millions of years held in rocks and stories and trees. This canoe…
With its terraced cobble beaches, surf-pounded granite headlands and deserted stretches of fine brown sand, sea kayaking the coast of Lake Superior is a soul-satisfying wilderness experience. Where icy water meet the sun-drenched land, the whims of wind and weather are enough to keep even the most experienced paddlers entertained. Although a largely deserted and lonely landscape, the stretch we're paddling - from Terrace Bay more than 100 kilometres to Marathon – is steeped in…
Snow Adventures in Ontario's Winter Wonderland!  Ontario's snow-covered landscapes offer some of the best cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and winter hiking trails around. Explore thousands of acres of unspoiled wilderness with just the calming sound of snow crunching beneath your feet. Pack a picnic and hit your stride in hundreds of snow-laden parks or conservation areas. And don't forget, Ontario's lodges and resorts also offer unique opportunities to combine an exploration of our province's vast number…