Deep Immersion In An Ancient Forest
Take Me To The Quiet Places
Immerse yourself deep in the heart of the Canadian wilderness as you travel for 14 days through an untouched boreal landscape rich in wildlife, diversity, and history.
Working your way through the central and southern sectors of the park, the intimate lakes and creeks of this magnificent route allow you to feel at one with nature. Life begins to slow down, your senses heighten, and the forest comes alive.
Along the way, 4 distinct First Nations pictograph sites offer a glimpse to our past, while the old growth Black Spruce and Jack Pine forests provide an incredible backdrop and endless supply of firewood for evenings spent in camp.
This package is geared toward those who are looking to travel the most remote regions the park has to offer. For your efforts, you’ll be rewarded with complete solitude, amazing wildlife, world-class fishing, and a travel pace that allows you to slow down and soak up the Woodland Caribou National Park experience!
- Logistics: Fly in/out
- Distance: 142 km
- Physical Rating: Moderate/Advanced
- Camping Style: Backcountry / tent
- Accommodations: First and last night hotel in Red Lake, Ont.
- Highlights: Solitude, wildlife, fishing, varying landscape, variety of lake, river, and creek travel.
- Duration: 14 Days
- Group Size: 2 to 9 people
14 Day Trip
Add a Guide + $1500 / person
Complete Outfitting Package
This package features our Complete Outfitting package. Included is an in-depth route consultation and trip plan, all camping equipment, ultra-light kevlar canoes, safety equipment, all meals, satellite phone, park permits, return float plane service, maps, first and last night hotel, and pre/post trip dinner.
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