Algoma Country offers the true winter explorer a captivating backdrop for trekking the wilderness on snowshoes. This is the perfect place to snowshoe because there are many possibilities and opportunities in our vast wilderness. You can snowshoe on well-marked, meticulously-groomed trail systems where you’ll find frozen waterfalls and incredible views from atop lookouts.
These trail systems generally offer warm-up shacks, and some offer equipment rentals. Or, you can take to the winter backcountry and trek where no one else has trekked before. Explore unmapped rock faces glazed in thick ice and watch for winter wildlife among the peaceful surroundings. Algoma is the place for a real snowshoe adventure.
Snowshoeing is a great addition to a cross-country ski trip or ice fishing trip. See the Partner Directory to look for year-round outfitters, trail systems and accommodations.
Guided Snowshoe Tours
Forest the Canoe offers guided snowshoe tours through the Hiawatha Highlands, the Eagle Lookout overlooking Harmony Bay, and a Full Moon Snowshoe.
Blaq Bear Eco Adventure Routes offers guided snowshoe tours through the Sugarbush at Hogan’s Homestead, and Robertson Cliffs overlooking Goulais Bay.
Thrive Tours offers authentic Indigenous guided snowshoe experiences.Order Your Free 2023 Guide
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