The Muskoka area is famous for its natural beauty - lush forests, granite rocks, and clear lakes. Spring offers the year's best Moose viewing and you typically don't have to search very hard to see Moose. The application of salt to Highway 60 during winter road maintenance operations, attracts Moose to roadside ditches. Moose with salt deficient winter diets, capitalize upon this unnatural source of salt and chances are you'll see a half dozen or more of these magnificent animals during a leisurely drive along highway on a spring morning or evening.
Hiking in Algonquin Park:
There are so many trails to explore and wildlife to see! We can spend all day exploring the wilderness. It’s the perfect time of year to get lots of great moose pictures.
Which are our favorite hikes?
1) Peck Lake Trail
Peck Lake Trail is a 2.3 km loop trail goes completely around the shoreline of Peck Lake.
2) Algonquin Park Visitor Center
Opened in 1993 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Algonquin Provincial Park and the entire Ontario provincial park system, the Algonquin Park Visitor Center has world class exhibits on the Park's natural and human history, a relaxing restaurant and an excellent bookstore. A theater presentation sums up the Park story and then takes you out to the viewing deck from where you can admire a breathtaking panorama of wild Algonquin landscape.
3) Beaver Pond Trail
Beaver Pond Trail is a 2.0 km loop trail that yields excellent views of two beaver ponds while the guide provides an introduction to Algonquin's fascinating beaver pond ecology.
4) Lake of Two Rivers Trail
Two Rivers Trail is a 2.3 km loop trail includes an easy ascent to a pine-clad cliff, and introduces the importance of change in the natural forest of Algonquin.
5) Booth's Rock Trail
Booth's Rock Trail is a 5.1 km loop trail that visits two lakes and a spectacular lookout, returning via an abandoned railway. The guide discusses man's impact on the Park.
6) Lookout
Lookout Trail is a 2.1 km loop trail that is fairly steep and rugged, but rewards the hiker with a magnificent view of several hundred square kilometers of Algonquin. This guide discusses the geology of the Park.
As the group, you will decide on the day of the trip, which hiking trail we will choose. It's also depended on the trail conditions.
8.00 am - York Mills Subway Pick up, meeting in front of Starbucks
8.30 am - Dufferin Mall Pick up, meeting is in front of the Beer Store
9.30 am - 9.45 am - Tim Horton's Barrie stop
11.30 pm - 5 pm - Hiking
Please note that arrival time back to Toronto can be changed depending on traffic situation, weather conditions etc. The latest arrival time should be 11 pm so please plan your day around this time of arrival.
What to take with you?
• Backpack
• Rain Jacket
• Hiking/running shoes
• Bug spray
• Water
• Snacks
This is a one day trip.
Meal included
Cold Cut Sandwich, snack, water
Please note, that we can't guarantee to see the moose as they are wild animals.
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Girl is sitting on the rock on he edge of the cliff on Two Rivers Trail in Algonquin

PRICE $139pp

  • 12 seats van or minivan transportation
  • Park fees 
  • Guided hiking 
  • Moose watching
  • Lunch picnic package (sandwich, bottle of water and snack) 

Additional cost:
  • Breakfast and Dinner
Group Tours:
Available every day. 
The tour might be rescheduled or canceled if minimum number of participants is not meet (we need at least 4 participants to run the tour)
Private tours
Available anytime and for any group size HERE


We require the full amount to be paid via e-transfer or credit card.

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Cash: Please call 647 625 9033 to set up meeting
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1 647 625 9033


1 888 823 8801

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