Thursday, March 11, 2010

Looking forward to the Spring Paddle

It's still winter at Algonquin Park, but the warm temperatures and sunshine are definitely making us look forward to the first paddle of the season. Check out "This is Canoeing," highlighting some of Canada's notable paddlers.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Calling all Anglers - Spring Trout Fishin'

A new trip will debut this spring at the northwest corner of Algonquin Park.
Join local fishing guide (since 1942), Frank Kuiack on a canoe trip into Algonquin Park. Frank has been guiding fishing parties in Algonquin since the age of 8 when weekend fishermen would offer him money to tke them fishing. He grew up in lumber camps, gold mines, on Algonquin's rivers and lakes, and has seen the Algonquin highlands change over the years.

You will learn the tricks of the trade from Frank as we paddle into North Tea and reel in one of Algonquin's famous lake trout.

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Last minute for March

Algonquin conditions could not be better for March 2010! I was out snowhoeing yesterday and the snow base was at least one metre. Both Surprise and Kawawaymog Lakes are super for skiing. The Olympic oval in front of the Outpost is still in great shape for those that are keen to strap on the blades and fly around the track.

We have space at both the Algonquin Cottage Outpost and Algonquin Log Cabin for both guided and private advesntures. Call Tracy and she can line you up with the best package