Paddle the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve

Paddle the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve

The granite archipelago of the Lower French River is a perfect kayaking environment. Tracing part of the historic fur trade route, we will start at Hartley Bay and descend the Old Voyageur Channel to Georgian Bay and into the 30,000 Islands. There is very little soil in this area, and most of...

This is a five-day sea kayaking expedition in northern Georgian Bay. Starting near the town of Spanish, we'll head out into Whaleback Bay bound for Whitefish Falls at the end of the Bay of Islands - over 60 km to the east. We'll follow a winding channel through windswept granite islands, with...

Ontario’s French River flows from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay, cutting through some of the most spectacular Canadian Shield landscape in the area. It is one of Canada’s Heritage Rivers and was travelled in bygone years by the explorers that opened up our land, and by the voyageurs as they...

The 30,000 Islands make northeast Georgian Bay a kayaker’s paradise. From a few square meters to several square kilometers, these granite islands form a protective maze for the paddler to explore. Away from the sheltered channels, there are also open bays and crossings to distant islands for the...

The 3-day Georgian Bay “Getaway” is an ideal introduction to kayak touring. The trip is designed to provide you with basic paddling, safety, rescue, navigation, touring, and kayak-camping techniques, while enjoying a relaxed wilderness holiday in a beautiful setting. The combination of formal...