Ontario is in east-central Canada, and its name is thought to be derived either from a Huron word meaning "great lake" or from the Iroquoian word, skanadario - which means "beautiful water".
Ontario has about 250,000 freshwater lakes and rivers, and its northern regions are heavily forested and sparsely populated. As a result, there are amazing wilderness areas to explore. Traditionally, the area was crossed by canoe or dog team - so, our canoeing and dog sledding (and sea kayaking) adventures trace waterways that were paddled and travelled by early First Nations people, explorers, missionaries, and fur traders.
|Canoe||Upper Magnetawan River||May 16 to May 18||$995.00 CAD||Ahmic Lake Resort, ON|
|Canoe||Lower Magnetawan River||May 18 to May 22||$1,450.00 CAD||River Haven Resort, ON|
|Canoe||Canoe Tripping Clinic||May 29 to May 31||$700.00 CAD||Barry's Bay, ON|
|Canoe||Whitewater Canoeing Clinic||Jun 06 to Jun 07||$570.00 CAD||Palmer Rapids, ON|
|Canoe||Whitewater Canoeing Clinic||Jun 20 to Jun 21||$570.00 CAD||Palmer Rapids, ON|
|Canoe||Petawawa River||Jul 07 to Jul 10||$1,550.00 CAD||Algonquin Park, near Pembroke ON|
|Canoe||French River||Jul 11 to Jul 14||$1,295.00 CAD||French River, ON|
|Canoe||*NEW* Bloodvein River||Jul 19 to Aug 01||4,795.00 CAD *two spots left!*||Red Lake, ON|
|Women||French River for Women||Jul 21 to Jul 24||$1,295.00 CAD||French River, ON|
|Families||French River for Families||Jul 27 to Jul 30||$1,295.00 CAD**kids under 14 less 20%||French River, ON|