Today’s post comes from Jill Legault, Information Specialist at Quetico Provincial Park.
Summertime means puppy playtime!
Dogs love the opportunity to be outside as much as you do. A little planning means every family member is happy and safe in the backcountry.
Continue reading Backcountry canoeing with your dog
The Search and Rescue Volunteer Association of Canada (SARVAC) has launched a signature AdventureSmart Trip Plan app to aid outdoor recreationalists to “Get informed and go outdoors!”
Continue reading Outdoor trip planning? There’s an app for that!
Woodland Caribou Provincial Park‘s network of waterways carve the ancient and weathered Canadian Shield, providing endless route possibilities. The park’s informal motto is: “Where nature still rules.”
Planning a trip? Here’s what you need to know:
Continue reading Woodland Caribou Provincial Park: trip-planning
Today’s post comes from Brittany Thatcher and Jill Legault of Quetico Provincial Park.
Going meatless on hiking excursions, canoe trips, or any outdoor adventures can be easy, nutritious, and delicious!
Vegetables and vegetable-based products can provide you with the energy and protein needed to lead successful trips.
Continue reading Backcountry vegetarian cooking
Ontario’s wilderness is a lot closer than you think.
Did you know you can leave downtown Toronto and be paddling out to your campsite in less than 3 hours?
These five southeastern parks are perfect for finding backcountry solitude close to home:
Continue reading 5 backcountry gems of Southeastern Ontario
If you love the great Canadian outdoors then Missinaibi Provincial Park should definitely be on your bucket list!
Continue reading The mighty Missinaibi
Out of vacation days, but still craving a quality backcountry adventure?
These quick weekend getaways provide all the solitude of the Ontario backcountry, and the ability to be back in the office bright and early Monday morning.
Continue reading 5 quick backcountry getaways
This post comes from Park Information Specialist Jill Legault of Quetico Provincial Park.
“Portaging is like hitting yourself on the head with a hammer: it feels so good when you stop.” — Bill Mason
Did you know Quetico Provincial Park’s solitary wilderness experience and pristine nature is available without portaging?
Continue reading Quetico’s backcountry routes without portages
Itching for ice out? We certainly are.
But spring weather can be fickle. Hitting the lake too early, failing to respect weather conditions or paddling beyond your skill level isn’t just risky — it’s downright dangerous.
We chatted with Paul Smith, Superintendent of Kawartha Highlands Signature Site, to get some top do’s and don’ts for spring paddling safety:
Continue reading Spring paddling safety
Even in the moodiest weather, there’s no place like the backcountry.
This month’s FREE digital download was snapped at Obabika River Provincial Park.
Continue reading April’s digital download