From the tip of Lake Superior to the Manitoba Border, the Western Boundary waters attracts conservationists, hikers, and paddlers alike. At its centre, Quetico Provincial Park has been a fixture of wilderness adventure for decades. One of Canada's legendary canoeists, Bill Mason, made the area famous through his many documentary movies. Abundant wildlife, a rich Native culture and historical ties to the early fur trade make the region a satisfying wilderness experience for both novice and experienced canoeists. This premier paddling destination is easily accessed from the TransCanada Highway and a major airport at Thunder Bay.
We offer 2 packages in the NW Boundary Waters region.