O Algonquin Park, localizado no Canadá, é o maior parque da província de Ontário. 🍁
Estabelecido em 1893, é a melhor opção de passeio para os amantes de aventuras e do ecoturismo, pois seus 7.600 km de extensão são cobertos de florestas, lagos, rios, riachos e trilhas.
Os visitantes podem explorar o parque tanto de bike, a pé ou de canoa com a possibilidade de realizar pesca de trutas. Além disso, é possível também observar ursos nos campos de blueberries e alces ao longo da highway 60. Um lugar perfeito para quem quer aproveitar a natureza e curtir as coisas simples da vida. ✅ A visita ao parque está incluída em nosso pacote "Costa Leste Canadense".
▶ Para conferir mais detalhes sobre o roteiro deste, acesse: http://www.orionoperadora.com.br/pacotes/circuito-guiado-costa-leste-canadense/
Join us tomorrow for pinhole photography with @sandy_mclennan! Create your own camera and develop your photo right here on site! A great activity for all ages! Call us or drop by to sign up today. #AlgonquinPark
Attention hungry campers looking to reduce your pack weight! I have a limited supply of spaghetti just now dehydrated and ready to portage into your favourite lake! With the fire ban in Algonquin Park on right now, what a better way to keep yourself nourished than with Gloria’s homemade spaghetti meat sauce. Made with fresh red and green peppers, cremini mushrooms and yellow and green zucchini, it’s bound to give you energy to run away from the bears! 🐻 😂 Pick up a bag for only $7 (serves 2) and bring along your favourite pasta noodles for an easy camp meal! #gloriafoodco#handmadegoodness#smallbatchisbest#campfood#durhamfood#algonquinpark#camping#campinglife#canoeing#portaging#backpacking
Thank you to everyone who has donated to the cause already! The link to our fundraising page is in our bio for those who would still like to contribute!
The Meanest Link is a canoe route created to honour the memory of Bill Swift Sr., one of the founders of Algonquin Outfitters. Swifty, as he was most often called, had other nicknames, such as Mean Dude, or Meanest, which were a tribute to his gruff exterior persona
“The Link” was dreamed up by Alex Hurley and Gord Baker aka @hundwalden in the summer of 2004. The trip consists of four challenging canoe routes, a total of 385km, connecting the four Algonquin Outfitters stores serving Algonquin Park: Oxtongue Lake, Huntsville, Brent, on Cedar Lake, and Lake Opeongo. Meanest’s love of canoe tripping and numerous feats of endurance on the trail were legendary, so Gord and Alex felt that a canoe route linking Algonquin Park and Algonquin Outfitters would be an appropriate way to honour him. Paddlers must follow a prescribed route between each location and follow a few traditions along the way. Each leg of the trip must be done as a single canoe trip, with the exception of the Huntsville/Brent leg, which due to the difficulty and time required, may be split into two sections. Ambitious paddlers with time on their hands can attempt the “Full Link” and do all four sections one on canoe trip
Today whilst we were driving to the cottage I decided to take the route my dad always did. It took us through the breathtaking #algonquinpark and we happened to come across a beautiful mamma bear and her two cubs! This was the most amazing site! #blackbear#wildlife#cottage#roadtrip