Tag Archives: Winter Camping

Algonquin Park Winter Photography

By , published on December 20, 2020
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Winter Landscape Cover

Algonquin Park is an extraordinary place to take pictures, offering a plethora of photographic opportunities.  Stunning panoramic landscapes, exhilarating wildlife, clear night skies and infinite macro photography possibilities abound.  Over the years, Algonquin has seen an increase in photographers, both amateur and professional, coming to the Park with hopes of capturing that once in a…

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Lure of the North by Goh Iromoto

By , published on October 29, 2019
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Lour of the North

Lour of the North short film In the remote wilderness of Ontario, Canada, two travellers endure the repetitive mental hardship of cold winter tripping.  This short film captures the experiences and emotions of their expedition.  It’s tough.  It’s tiring.  It’s lonesome.  Yet it’s a beautiful and meditative love affair as you persevere one snowshoe step at a time. Behind-the-scenes images:…

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Mew Lake Winter Camping

By , published on September 1, 2016
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winter car camping

Sleep in a tent during an extreme cold weather alert? Why not?! My friend Cheryl and I had agreed that we wouldn’t camp if a snowstorm was in the forecast, but hadn’t discussed the temperature at which proceeding with our trip bordered on the ridiculous. Despite the forecasted high of -17 degrees Celsius for our…

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Winter in the Wild

By , published on April 7, 2016
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Winter in the Wild

Experiencing Winter in The Wild at Algonquin Park While most campers and paddlers are impatient to get out and paddle Algonquin’s Lakes this Spring, I still have winter on my mind. I think it’s because winter decided to ignore my part of Ontario this season.  I’m pretty sure that I could hear my snowshoes quietly…

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Winter Camping in Algonquin Park – Shelters

By , published on October 23, 2015
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Winter Camping in Algonquin Park – Shelters

When it comes to winter camping in Algonquin Park, there are many shelter options available that cater to all types and levels of winter campers.  Winters can be extremely harsh in Algonquin.  Temperatures can dip to -35 degrees Celsius and below, winds can howl and falling/blowing snow can accumulate very fast.   These are all important…

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