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Unparalleled Kayaking & Camping in the Islands of the Georgian Bay

If you're looking for an outstanding kayaking trip that delivers where it counts  - unparalleled beauty, rocky pink granite islands and gorgeous campsites on islands you have to yourself, then you should think about a kayaking (or canoeing) trip to the Georgian Bay - in particular, the area around Killarney Provincial Park. A few years ago I'd spent some time paddling around Franklin Island in the Georgian Bay, further to the south so I had some…

A Kayaking Trip on the Georgian Bay, Ontario

The magnificent Georgian Bay wilderness in Ontario is home to 30,000 windswept, granite islands, making it an amazing kayaking destination. Rugged beauty is the backdrop for the duration of any paddling trip. The Georgian Bay, sometimes called the “sixth Great Lake”, covers close to 15,000 square kilometers so it's about 80% of the size of Lake Ontario. As such, it's capable of generating its own weather, waves and currents. It’s famous for its winds that…

Hiking in Awenda Provincial Park, Ontario

If you've never heard of Awenda Provincial Park you've got company. Nobody I've spoken with who lives in southern Ontario has ever heard of the park and yet there is fabulous hiking in Awenda, particularly on the Bluff Trail and an untouched slice of the Georgian Bay coastline. Awenda Provincial Park sits at the edge of the Penetanguishene Peninsula on the Georgian Bay, 164 kilometres due north of Toronto. It's just a two hour drive away.…

A Canadian Adventure For Every Province & Territory

Here's one great Canadian adventure to try in every province and territory. Yukon Territory Backpack the Tombstone Mountains, situated south of the Arctic Circle by two degrees latitude. Black granite peaks, alpine lakes and subarctic tundra are the attractions, plus fantastic flora and fauna. Mid to late August seems to be the best time to go - amazing colours, northern lights and fewer bugs. Read:Hiking to Grizzly Lake in the Tombstones Northwest Territories Raft or canoe…

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