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The New York Side Of The St. Lawrence River - Seen On A 1000 Islands Helicopter Tour

1000 Islands Helicopter Tours for a Bird’s Eye View

I admit to loving anything with the word heli in it. For some bizarre reason, this year the universe has decided it's to be the year of the helicopter for me. Back in May I tried heli-yoga - and I can tell you its much more fun doing it in the mountains than in any gym. It's definitely a treat to be whisked to a mountain ridge in mere minutes when you go heli-hiking in the Bugaboos. And 1000 Islands helicopter tours are way…

1000 Islands Kayaking

1000 Islands Kayaking Over 3 Days

Setting out from Gananoque, there are several options for a three day 1000 Islands kayaking trip – primarily dependent on your experience, comfort level on the water and location of the campsite or oTENTik cabin you’ve either reserved or are hoping to snag. Camping is only permitted on islands that are part of Thousand Islands National Park. Reserve ahead where permitted (on Beau Rivage, Camelot, Cedar, Milton, McDonald, Gordon, Georgina, East and Central Granadier, Aubrey…

The Landscape Is More Like The Georgian Bay - Granite And Windswept Pines

Kayaking the Thousand Islands on a Day Trip

If you live in or plan to visit the Toronto - Ottawa - Montreal corridor in summer then try to fit in a stop in the charming town of Gananoque so you can spend at least a day kayaking the Thousand Islands. Gananoque is one of the gateways to kayaking the Thousand Islands - an archipelago consisting of 1,864 islands sandwiched between Canada and the United States in the St. Lawrence River. Of all the…

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