Algonquin trips can be arranged to run anywhere between 2 and 7 days. Below
you will find a sample itinerary for our popular 3 day trip. Remember, we live for adventure, so don't
hesitate to ask us to customize an adventurous outing for you and your group!
Your group will arrive at the Sunday Lake Dog Sled Trails in Algonquin Park about 10am and meet their guides as well as get oriented and outfitted. You will learn how to load up and manage your traditional hand pull lake sleds while preparing to make your way to your first camp.
Before heading out, you will enjoy lunch and a hot drink at the trailhead. After lunch, you will set out for camp, working together in pairs to guide and maneuver your sleds hauling your personal gear. The 4km trek to camp is the perfect length for day one The group will learn valuable winter camping and survival skills as they they come together as a community living and travelling in the wilderness. As evening falls you will enjoy a hot, home cooked meal and then sleep comfortably in our heated prospector style tents sharing stories and memories from the day.
After a hearty breakfast, you will prepare to make your way to our beautiful Red Fox Lake Camp along our intricate network of trails. This day will give you the opportunity to see many remote place not otherwise seen at this time of the year. Lunch will be on the trail.
As much as we love to travel by dogsled, the peace, quiet and more relaxed pace of snowshoe travel is almost zen like. You'll arrive at your camp ready for a hot drink and great meal!
As your last day’s breakfast draws to a close the group will work together to break up camp and load up your sleds for the trek back to the trailhead. We’ll follow a slightly different route back so as to explore as much of what Algonquin has to offer as possible.
Destination: Black Fox Creek Camp
Destination: Red Fox Lake Camp