Autumn

Kevin Callan’s Fall Hiking Whisky Fireside Chat with Algonquin Outfitter’s Nate Smith

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Happy Camper fall hiking

The Happy Camper heads out for a late fall walk in the woods (Crown land along the border of Algonquin Park) with Algonquin Outfitter’s Nate Smith, manager of the Huntsville store. They gather ingredients for boiling up a bush tea on separate stick stoves (Kelly Kettle & KIHD Products) and share a whisky (Old Forester)…

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Alone In The Wild

By , published on August 7, 2020
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Alone in the wild

Back in Fall 2019, Karam, Truffle (the canoe) and I, set out on a 17-day canoe trip through Algonquin Park, Canada. The beauty of this place is tenfold during Fall. Although we knew there would be the added challenge of colder weather, we wanted to avoid the crowds of summer and the mosquitoes, have our…

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A Thanksgiving Voyageur Adventure

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Ragged Falls

We wanted to do something special for the Thanksgiving long weekend and decided to make a trip to the renowned Algonquin Park to admire the stunning fall colours. Together with another family, we rented some cabins off Hwy 60, close to the park. We couldn’t wait to explore the park, do some hiking and get…

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Kayaking in Algonquin Park

By , published on April 12, 2016
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Kayaking in Algonquin Park

Should you Consider Kayaking in Algonquin Park? Are you more comfortable in a kayak than a canoe? Are you looking for a different kind of backcountry experience? Consider kayak tripping in Algonquin Provincial Park! If you don’t have the requisite gear, no worries – Algonquin Outfitters rents everything you need. Trip Planning and Route Selection…

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Autumn, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

By , published on November 12, 2015
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Autumn in Algonquin Park

Autumn (or fall) is my favourite.  It’s no secret, everyone who knows me, knows that. The crisp air, the incredible colours, the anticipation of winter, all make for a photographic smorgasbord that’s impossible to resist. That’s why I was so glad to be able to be in Algonquin Park during the “peak” of the fall…

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Hooked on Camping in Algonquin Park

By , published on October 1, 2015
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It is funny how time passes in the blink of an eye. I still remember my first few trips to Algonquin Park that got me hooked on camping. In many ways not much has changed, although the popularity of the park has grown and it’s great to see so many people interested in Algonquin. I…

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Backcountry Recipes by Dave Stabler

By , published on July 29, 2012
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After posting Laurie March’s blog today about Camp Cooking in a Restricted Fire Zone we received an email from R. Dave Stabler, Fraserville, Ontario.  Dave also loves cooking in the backcountry with his outback oven and wanted to share some of his experiences and recipes with us.  Below is an exert from Dave’s email to…

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