Our bear management area at Ritchie Falls covers almost 1,000 square kilometres. We offer a six-night fall bear hunting package that includes accommodations, meals, baited stand sites, and guide assistance. We also have a Drop Camp suitable for two to three hunters who wish to hunt remote areas and conduct their own baiting or stalking. Cost of license additional.

DATES:  Aug-15-2015 to Oct-31-2015

PACKAGE DETAILS:
Price: From $899
Price Details: Per package, per person.
Accommodation Type: Resorts and Lodges
Skill Level: Intermediate

Ritchie Falls Resort
Lower Ritchie Lake, Algoma
Unorganized, North Part
Algoma Mills, P0P 1P0

Phone: (705) 865-1134

matthew@sagamokdc.ca
www.ritchiefalls.com

Ritchie Falls Resort is a fully-equipped hunting a fishing adventure outfitter which also specializes in ATV and snowmobiling adventures. Known for our pristine lakes and rivers, fishing that never disappoints and wildlife in an abundance, Ritchie Falls Resort delivers an unforgettable vacation experience. While planning a trip can be time consuming, with our knowledgeable staff, all you’ll need to plan for is your getaway wardrobe!

 

Ritchie Falls Resort
Lower Ritchie Lake, Algoma
Unorganized, North Part
Algoma Mills, P0P 1P0

Phone: (705) 865-1134

matthew@sagamokdc.ca
www.ritchiefalls.com

The Great Spirit Circle Trail encompasses eight First Nation communities on Manitoulin Island and the Sagamok region in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. Truly blessed by the Creator, it is one of the most beautiful and serene regions in Northeastern Ontario. Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world and Sagamok are home to the “Anishnawbek” – the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi people with a long and storied history, rich culture and abundant lands. The warmth of the people, the serenity of the forests and waters and the vibrant culture of the Anishnawbek people are yours to discover as you “Experience the past and Enjoy the Present”.

For package information!

Office: 1-705-377-4404
Toll Free: 1-877-710-3211
circletrail@circletrail.com
www.circletrail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Endaa-aang Tourism is a community owned and operated business offering tourists and visitors to Manitoulin Island an opportunity to experience and learn about our natural and cultural environment while staying in one of our fully furnished cabins, tipi’s or while camping. Visitors can enjoy an array of activities such as fishing, canoeing or hiking the famous Cup & Saucer Trail that is an extension of the Niagara Escarpment. Manitoulin is also home to six First Nations communities who enjoy and promote their heritage and culture through Aboriginal Festivals and Cultural Foundations. There’s ample opportunity to explore and enjoy their rich arts, crafts, theatre, and history when you stay at Endaa-aang.

For Reservation Contact:

Endaa-aang Tourism Cabin & Teepee Rental
24 Lake Road
R.R. #1 Comp 21
Manitoulin Island, P0P 1K0
www.endaa-aangtourism.com

Phone: (705) 368-0548
Email: diane.abotossaway@endaa-aangtourism.com

Dreamcatcher

Mijiwe-izhijiganan means “made with hands” in our language. Our tradition of making arts and crafts is very ancient. Dreamcatchers originated with the Anishnabe people. In this hands on educational workshop you will learn the legend of this magical web as you weave your own from willow hoops and sinew. Once completed you will learn about our historical Wabanaki Tciman – the Birchbark canoe before going for a short guided paddle in a contemporary canoe on the Ottawa River.

Price includes: All craft and canoe equipment, guided instruction and lunch.

Please contact Tamara King at the Algonquin Canoe Company to reserve!

Office: 1-705-981-0572
Cell: 1-705-358-3925
info@algonquincanoe.com
www.algonquincanoe.com

More information:  Dreamcatcher

 

This grand circle driving tour takes you around Lake Temiscaming in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. You’ll Discover exceptional cultural and recreational activities along a scenic route that has influenced Canada’s formative history. Join local historians as they recount the relationships and sites of the early French and English explorers, fur traders and Anishnabe peoples. This blockbuster Canadian cultural experience has plenty of stops over short distances for adventure, natural scenery and relaxing.

This tour can be driven either direction staring in North Bay or Mattawa.

Day 1- North Bay – Lake Nipissing Cruise
Day 2 – North Bay – Temagami – Smooth Water Lodge – 115kms
Day 3 – Smooth Water Lodge
Day 4 – Cobalt to Temiscaming Shores – 50kms
Day 5 – Ville Marie – Fort Temiscaming- Lake Kipawa – 105kms
Day 6 – Lake Kipawa to Mattawa – 130kms
Day 7 – Highway 630 Algonquin Park Kioshkokwi – Kiosk

Pricing:
$1,280 per person 6-7 pax
$1,160 per person 8-11 pax
$1,045 per person 12-20 pax

Includes: 5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 6 dinners

Does not Include: transfer to and from starting point North Bay

Please contact Tamara King at the Algonquin Canoe Company to reserve!

Office: 1-705-981-0572
Cell: 1-705-358-3925
info@algonquincanoe.com
www.algonquincanoe.com

More information: Grand Circle Tour

 

Intro to Canoeing and Algonquin History Tour

With hundreds of clear cold lakes to explore, Algonquin Park is renowned for some of the finest canoeing in Canada. You will learn to dip and swing your paddle through the waters of Kioshkokwi Lake lead by an Algonquin guide. Algonquin People used the park area for thousands of years before its establishment. After a short paddle to a campsite, you’ll eat bannock and sip tea while listening to the history and legends of Algonquin Park. You’ll finish your tour hiking to a beautiful waterfall.

Meeting Location: Kiosk entrance

Tour Time: 5 hours

What to Bring: Comfortable shoes you don’t mind getting wet, sunhat, sunglasses, sunscreen, raincoat, 1 litre of drinking water, camera

Includes:

  • Canoe
  • Canoe guides
  • Tea and Bannock
  • Algonquin Park day pass

Pricing:
2-4 pax $80CAN p/p plus tax
5-12 pax $75CAN p/p plus tax
13-24 pax $65CAN p/p plus tax

Please contact Tamara King at the Algonquin Canoe Company to reserve!

Office: 1-705-981-0572
Cell: 1-705-358-3925
info@algonquincanoe.com
www.algonquincanoe.com

 

 

 

 

Algonquin Bushfood Walk

Taste our Indigenous roots on this 2 hour bushwalk in the Algonquin forest. For thousands of years plants have been used as food and medicine by both Algonquin people and animals. You’ll learn what they are, what they taste like and why you should use them. We’ll proudly showcase the best flavours of the forest while you take in the fresh air and enjoy a taste of our local bush foods.

PDF: Algonquin Bushfood Walk

Location: Eau Claire Gorge Conservation Area- Follow signs from Highway 630 Algonquin Park Kiosk entrance

Tour Time: 2 hours

 What to Bring:

  • Comfortable shoes for hiking
  • Sunhat, sunglasses, sunscreen
  • Raincoat
  • 1 litre drinking water
  • Camera & notebook

Includes:

  • Cup of chaga tea
  • Bannock and local fruit jam

Please contact Tamara King at the Algonquin Canoe Company to reserve!

Office: 1-705-981-0572
Cell: 1-705-358-3925
info@algonquincanoe.com
www.algonquincanoe.com

Whether you are an expert or beginner we have a host of rivers and lakes in and around Algonquin Park that will leave you not knowing what fly to cast next! We operate:

  • Only 4 anglers per trip
  • You’ll be fishing Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Bass, Walleye and Northern Pike
  • Fishing season May-October

Weather
Weather in Spring (May -June) can be between 10°C (50°F) to 25°C (70°F), Summer Months (June-Aug) range from 20°C (70°F) to 30°C (84°F) and Autumn (September-October) can be between 15°C (60°F) and 25°C (78°F).   Snow can fall in October.

Accommodation
There is a wide range of accommodation available Camping in Algonquin Park, Cabins, Motels and wilderness Lodges. We can give you a range of options, and make reservations all just minutes from the water.

Fishing Gear
All fishing gear can be supplied at no extra cost. Fishing licenses are also included in our daily fee.

Meals
All drinks, snacks, lunches are provided in our daily fee. Breakfast and evening meals can be provided at an extra charge.

Transport
We can pick you up at the nearest airport or you can meet us at the fishing destination. We will be travelling to the fishing spot of the day in a comfortable 4WD vehicle with air conditioning and a heater.   Float tubes and waders are also available for tributaries and small lakes.

Pricing: Algonquin Fly Fishing

Half day fishing (6 hour):
1 person…………………………………………………$300
2 people………………………………………………….$500
These prices include drinks, snacks, lunch, fishing license, transport and fishing gear.

 

Full day fishing (10-14 hour):
1 person…………………………………………………$500
2 people………………………………………………….$650
These prices include drinks, snacks, lunch, fishing license, transport and fishing gear.

Accommodation starts at $60 per person per night for cabins, motels, B and B’s, and wilderness lodges.

Please contact Tamara King at the Algonquin Canoe Company to reserve!

Office: 1-705-981-0572
Cell: 1-705-358-3925
info@algonquincanoe.com
www.algonquincanoe.com