From our base on Lake Superior in Northern Ontario (since 1994) we provide guided sea kayak and canoe tours, white-water river trips, including wilderness overnight camping, lodge-to-lodge kayaking, kayak instruction, and outfitting
Lake SuperiorThe remote northern coastline of this inland sea features sparkling clear water, quiet coves, precipitous headlands and long sandy beaches. Caribou, moose and bear frequent the bays and coves. The rugged and spectacular coastline offers superb sea kayaking in the middle of the continent; steep flowing rivers delight and challenge the canoeist.
The North Channel provides more sheltered paddling. This is a beautiful area of white pine and polished granite islands, perfect for spring and fall-colour paddling.
Rivers of Algoma
The Agawa, Batchawana, and Goulais Rivers, are all accessible by train within several hours of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Flowing through the dense forested area of the Canadian Shield, these rivers, destined for Lake Superior, offer various classes of white water (I, II and III) (deepending on time of year).
In the salt water of the Saguenay Fjord and the St. Lawrence, beluga, minke, finback and great blue whales congregate during their summer feeding migration. We offer a six day trip, based out of chalets, from where we do day trips to kayak among the whales. Although the fjord is in a remote area of Quebec, there are charming towns nearby with fine Quebecois cooking, hospitality and accommodation.
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- Wilderness, Level 1, Multi-Day Sea Kayaking
- Wilderness, Level 2, Multi-Day Sea Kayaking
- Day Trips, Sea Kayaking
- Lodge base Sea Kayaking and Canoeing
- River Trips