Kayaking in Oshawa


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  • Call of the Wild
    This serene wilderness getaway foregoes television and radios, supplying a sustainable escape from the physical stress constants of urban living with 40 kilometres of cross country ski trails, a wood heated sauna, and an outdoor hot tub. Each of Algonquin?s rooms, includes a double bed or two singles and is infused with a European charm. In the common lounge, meet fellow travellers recovering from technology induced eye ticks, or exercise vestigial legs by bicycling through Algonquin Park. An alternatively powered hot tub relaxes bodies and minds concerned with upsetting Mother Nature, and indoor plumbing is a welcome reminder of the world you've temporarily snubbed behind.
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    Moffat Pond
    Algonquin, ON CA
  • Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre
    The setting sun paints streaks of warm colours across the sky and the CN Tower looms over the harbour as a group of kayakers paddle toward a secluded island. This juxtaposition of city and nature sets the tone for Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre's expeditions into Lake Ontario. During tours, their guides transport groups from the urban jungle of Canada's largest city to the natural environs of 13 Toronto Islands. Whether by kayak, canoe or stand up paddleboard, the tour leaders blaze a watery path toward lagoons and sanctuaries teeming with wildlife, such as egrets, turtles, and turtles doing egret impressions. Tours also pass by historic man-made sights such as The Gibraltar Lighthouse built in 1808. In addition to guided excursions, Harbourfront Canoe and Kayak Centre's experts schedule both private and group lessons for each of their watercraft types. They can help students obtain certification, or learn invaluable skills such as kayak rescue. The instructors also lead sessions at a pool, which lets students hone their skills regardless of weather conditions.
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    283 Queens Quay West
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Toronto Adventures
    The team at Toronto Adventures Inc. create winter, summer, spring, or fall fun adventures by taking urbanites out of their condos and A-frames and into the area's nearby-yet-faraway outdoor streams, trails, and forests. In winter, the guides lead groups snowshoeing in the Humber Valley and Copeland Forest, and in warmer months, they glide teams over two rivers for kayaking and canoeing adventures. Paddlers cast gentle ripples over waters that harbour salmon and turtles while admiring shores that shelter deer, foxes, and blue heron. Summer enthusiasts can also bask in the warm weather by sailing on Lake Ontario in keelboats, staring directly into the sun, or standing astride a paddleboard at Sunnyside Beach. For land lovers, guided hikes explore the Humber and Rouge valleys as well as the Bruce Trail. Toronto Adventures also offers adventure bus trips, dogsledding, stand up paddleboarding, hiking, and sailing.
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    2218 Bloor Street West
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Vaughn
    Exclusive Sport Rentals? 5,000-square-foot facility outfits adventurers of all ages for wintry outdoors recreation and competitive sports with late-model equipment rentals from a single day up to a full week. Prepare to thumb wrestle river gods with ice fishing gear such as powered augers, professional rods, sonar, and compact, portable weather shelters (starting at $9 for one-day rentals). Year-round riders tackle snowy terrain on C4 and J4 snow bikes, crafted with body-sensitive steering, full suspension, and lightweight aluminum frames ($59+ for one day). Adventurers of all skill levels can strap into Faber, MSR Lightning Ascents, and Tubbs snowshoes, tailored for novices and masters. With aerospace-grade aluminum blades, precise flotation, and traction, the shoes ($19 for one day) are suited for varied snow types and slow-motion chase sequences. For a sledding alternative, explore air boarding with nylon inflatable sleds, primed for sharp turns and stops controlled by shifts in riders? bodies ($39+ for one day).
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    10 Planchet Road
    Vaughan, ON CA
  • Lunatic Adventures Inc
    The team at Luna Adventures leads fully-guided and outfitted tours?for all experience levels?through the lush greenery of Canada's least inhabited areas. In the summer, they focus on whitewater paddling, canoeing, and hiking; in the wintertime, they focus more on snowshoeing and snowman hunting. However, all the tours share a focus on raising environmental awareness and natural discovery; their mission is to foster respect and appreciation for the natural world through wilderness adventures and environmental education. The guides are so committed to it, they've actually created their own eco-footprint calendar; currently, Luna Adventures sits at a 1.5 on their own scale, and they're always looking for ways to improve. Located in the semi-remote rolling landscape of St. George, ON, Luna Adventures offers nature lovers of all ages the chance to experience the unforgettable wilderness and gain a greater appreciation of the natural world.
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    689 Sager Road
    Saint George, ON CA
  • Buffalo River Canoe and Kayak Outfitters
    In addition to outfitting aquatic adventurers with necessary equipment, Buffalo River Canoe and Kayak Outfitters sends groups of paddlers splashing downstream during guided explorations seven days a week. Headlining an assortment of trips, the Buffalo River Urban Trails tour unveils some of the city's historic waterfront sights, highlighted by industrial-area businesses and grain elevators that stand as towering links to an agrarian past or prophesies to an apocalyptic future where morsels of homogenized chicken byproduct no longer exist. The Outfitters' other point-to-point adventures—ranging from 2.5 to 6 miles apiece—also provide varying launch points, such as Red Jacket River Front Park and Seneca Bluffs.
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    800 Harlem Road
    West Seneca, NY US

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