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The Lure of Owls in Algonquin Park

By , published on November 10, 2019
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Algonquin Owl

For the past decade, I have frequently visited Algonquin Park to observe birds. While watching all birds, common or rare, excites me, the prospect of seeing an owl in the Park gives rise to sensations that are inexplicably heightened and mysteriously reverential. I know I’m not alone in feeling this, as owls have inspired emotions…

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Mark in the Park

By , published on May 20, 2019
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Mark in the Park video series

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!

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A Winter Fat Bike Expedition for Charity in Ontario’s Polar Bear Country

By , published on March 26, 2019
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James Bay Descent Fat Bike

The James Bay Descent, Feb 4th-13th Ted King, Eric Batty, Buck Miller and Ryan Atkins road 600km/372mi for charity in Ontario’s polar bear country, February 2019. They road Fat Bikes built specifically for winter travel. Starting in Attawapiskat First Nation, they crossed into the Territory of Nunavut at Akamiski Island, riding through the communities of…

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Far North Algonquin Canoe Trip – Chris Prouse

By , published on August 28, 2018
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Chris Prouse

Dive into a visual extravaganza with Chris and Julia as they discover and explore the backcountry of Algonquin Park’s northern side.  If you haven’t yet discovered Chris Prouse’s Youtube channel you really should pay it a visit, subscribe and hit that bell to get notified about every new video that’s uploaded.  Algonquin Outfitters is proud…

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Experiencing the Ultimate

By , published on May 29, 2018
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Sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned… Every year as we schedule our summer and fall camping and travel plans, we always include either a completely new-to-us destination, or an activity we’ve never tried. One of our most memorable “new activities” in 2017 was my first-ever, mother-daughter canoe trip. With the help of Algonquin Outfitters,…

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Crossing Algonquin 2018 Winter – part 2

By , published on March 22, 2018
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Trip Report – February, 2018 [see part one] Crossing Algonquin 2018 Feb 2nd – 11th A story of 3 friends crossing Ontario’s great park How it started Almost 3 years ago I moved from the little town of Moosonee, on the James Bay Coast, where I lived for 5 years with my family, to Huntsville….

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