This 10-part series brings Mark’s trip-logs to life, and aims to exhibit the breathtaking sights and sounds of the Algonquin backcountry. It strives to inspire people to get out and experience backcountry canoe camping for themselves, and for seasoned paddlers, acts as an informational vehicle for trip planning, or as a simple way of quenching spring paddling fever as we await ice out!
After riding a Fatbike for the very first time last summer, I knew that I wanted to return to Algonquin Provincial Park to fat bike in the winter.
Jeff & Deki’s much anticipated Algonquin Park maps from Unlostify are nearly here, see a preview at the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show on Sat Feb 23, 2019.
Come explore great Algonquin Park cross country skiing with Kyra and Rebecca as they explore Algonquin Park’s ski trails.
The Algonquin Landmark Photo / Art Contest For more than 125 years Algonquin Park has inspired people to create great works of art or take a picture to remember their visit. This summer is Ontario Parks 125th anniversary so we’d like to inspire you to get out side and visit Algonquin Provincial Park to create…
Test Paddling the solo Swift Cruiser 16.8 Pack Boat Liam was our winner of the Swift Canoe, Cruise on Into Fall contest in the fall of 2018. Although he wasn’t able to make use of his full 5-day canoe trip prize this fall, he was excited to paddle the new Swift Cruise pack boat. We…