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Canoeing

With over a quarter million lakes and countless rivers and streams, Ontario's backcountry is best explored from the seat of a canoe. Perfect your canoeing strokes, watch for wildlife, and soak up the beauty of the natural world as Luna Adventures guides you through some of our province's most spectacular canoe routes.

Thank you for a fabulous trip and looking after us. Truly memorable. Wish i was back there in the wilderness ...
- Juliana Teo, Toronto



Temagami Wilderness PDF Print E-mail

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Luna Adventures destination of choice, Temagami offers the backcountry traveler a truly Canadian wilderness experience. Temagami's ancient old growth forests, towering waterfalls, tranquil lakes, and rich Native American history, make for an adventure you won't soon forget. All of our Temagami trips begin with an evening stay at an Eco-Lodge north of town, and are customized to meet your specific interests and abilities.

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The Grand River PDF Print E-mail

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Designated as a Canadian Heritage River, the Grand has always been an important feature of Southern Ontario's history and landscape. As it winds its way along it's 290 kilometer course, the Grand River and its tributaries drain the largest watershed in this part of the province. The area is home to a great diversity of plant and animal life, including many Carolinian species which flourish here. For our trips we have chosen a stretch that passes through the spectacular Grand River Forest between Cambridge and Paris; perfect for beginner and intermediate canoe enthusiasts and sure to be an educational experience for everyone.

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Massasauga Provincial Park PDF Print E-mail

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Massasauga Provincial Park is an archipelago of islands situated on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay, south of Parry Sound, Ontario. The park covers 13,050 hectares of Georgian Bay's shoreline and is accessible by water only. Granite outcrops, dotted with wind sculpted white pines, will set the stage as we make our way through the parks small inland lakes and waterways.

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Algonquin Provincial Park PDF Print E-mail

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Algonquin Provincial Park spans 7725 square kilometers of mixed forests, and remote lakes and rivers. Located at the southern edge of the Canadian Shield, Algonquin is the oldest provincial park in Ontario, and one of the largest parks in Canada. It is also one of Canada's premier canoeing destinations. Only three hours north of us, the park is ideal for a quick retreat. Cool dark lakes, an abundance of wildlife and beautiful thick forests revitalize the senses.

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Killarney Provincial Park PDF Print E-mail

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Killarney Provincial Park covers 48,500 hectares of crystal lakes and rugged forests, dominated by ancient mountains of white quartzite. Inspiring such artists as Franklin Carmichael and A.Y. Jackson, Killarney's rugged landscape continues to both challenge and inspire even the most seasoned backcountry explorer.

 

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