$ 2,419
+ Taxes
Registration Closed
Age 14-16
Duration 1 week
Location Algonquin Park
Indigenous Territories Omàmìwininìwag, Anishinabewaki
Program Options Financial Assistance
Courses / Ontario Wilderness: Algonquin March Break Winter Adventure

Ontario Wilderness: Algonquin March Break Winter Adventure

Registration closed.

Make the most of the snowy season with a classic experience in a true winter wonderland this March Break!

Our iconic snowshoe expedition on the Historic Rail Trail in Algonquin Park – featuring quiet, snowy trails and cozy overnights in self-maintained hot tents – will give you magical memories you’ll never forget!

Area & activities

Algonquin Park’s 7,635 square-kilometres of forests, bogs, lakes and rivers, located in the traditional territory of the Omàmìwininìwag and Anishinabewaki Peoples, set the backdrop for an extraordinary winter experience.

Your adventure begins when you meet your group near Minden, Ontario. Here you’ll meet your seasoned instructors and get geared up for your course. The trip is a hands-on experience from the start, where you’ll learn navigation skills, proper wood gathering, camp crafts, setting up a hot tent, meal preparation and other skills essential to the success of your adventure. But it’s not just about surviving, it’s about thriving, so we’ll also focus on building your leadership skills and resilience.

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Have the adventure of a lifetime and become the best version of yourself.