This 3-day trip offers a sample of winter adventures including dogsledding, backcountry skiing and snowshoeing. While Algonquin Park is Canada’s most popular canoe trip destination, few people have experienced the stunning beauty of the Park in winter. These popular custom log cabin winter breaks are great either for a couple or even better if you can take a group of friends, and no experience is necessary.
Frozen lakes, waist deep snow, wildlife tracks, the howl of a wolf, and the crisp clear air are just a few of the delights of a winter experience. Beyond the sheer beauty, the excitement of mushing your own team of huskies or cross country skiing through the wilderness of the Almaquin trail is sure to keep you on your toes! Group size is limited to 12 guests and two Voyageur Quest guides who prepare delicious meals, allowing you to put up your feet after the invigorating day on the trail.
The Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge offers comfort after an energetic day on skis or snowshoes. Enjoy a wood-fired sauna, shower, and then sip a hot drink in front of the stone fireplace.
These three-day experiences feature comfortable lodge accommodation at the Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge. Located near the South River entrance Algonquin Park, the lodge features authentic log cabin construction amidst spectacular wilderness.
There is a more relaxing lodge 3 day trip that does not include the dog sledding. Ask us for details.
Book one of the packages in March (March 1-3 or March 11-13 at the log cabin) and prices start from £1,399 per person including flights from the UK
Mr S Sheard - Travelled Alberta & BC
"All in all I would give it 10/10"
Thank you for sorting out our holiday. We had a fantastic time across the whole trip, and did lots of things that we have never done before. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise was nothing short of sensational, and the Hilton Whistler was also superb. I wished we had had more time in Whistler. Stopping at the Sundance Guest Ranch was a real experience and the heli-hiking and Bear viewing tours were also excellent. I have come back feeling like I have had 5 or 6 different holidays. All in all I would give it 10/10.
Itinerary (4 Nights)
Here’s a day-by-day guide to your itinerary. Feel free to ask us to add other days or ideas and excursions by contacting us directly, so we can give you the best price.
Arrive into Toronto either from your flight from the UK or via car as part...
Arrive into Toronto either from your flight from the UK or via car as part of your longer fly drive holiday. Ask us for a full fly drive holiday including this stay in Algonquin Park.
1 night Toronto.
Arrive at the the Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge from Toronto at 12:30pm where lunch awaits. After...
Arrive at the the Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge from Toronto at 12:30pm where lunch awaits. After a hot lunch, spend the afternoon exploring Surprise Lake on snowshoes. A tasty dinner in front of the wood awaits you in front of the fireplace. Later try your hand at torch lit broomball or skating on the lake.
After a hearty Canadian breakfast, learn or refresh backcountry ski skills before venturing across Surprise...
After a hearty Canadian breakfast, learn or refresh backcountry ski skills before venturing across Surprise Lake and the island circuit. The hemlock forest trails are incredibly beautiful, as you stride and glide through the silence of the snow laden forest. Return to the lodge for a lunch of hot soup, warm beer bread and salad. For the afternoon you can choose to ski or snowshoe the highlands of Kettle Lake and Cardiac Hill, head down to the heated wall tent by Surprise Lake, or just grab a book and toast your toes in the warm confines of the cabin! Another home-cooked feast and further relaxing finishes your day.
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