The Algoma Blog

Wawa Trail Race Makes Its Mark

No Hassholes Left Behind

Many have hiked the Peat Mountain Trail but relatively few have considered running it. But that’s exactly what 40 participants did in the first annual No Hassholes Left Behind Trail Race, early September. The rugged and mountainous 10 km loop in Lake Superior Provincial Park was the foundation for 10km, 20km and 30 km races. […]

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The Voyageurs Are Back on Lake Superior

A closer look at Naturally Superior Adventures’ all-inclusive, beginner-friendly 2018 voyageur canoe trips on the wilderness coast of Canada’s north shore. The canoe glides over the swells gracefully, giving you the profound sensation that it was designed for the long horizons of Lake Superior. Indeed, this giant vessel was made for the greatest lake. Centuries […]

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Algoma’s Best Sled Head Hangouts

The pressure builds to plan that epic snowmobile trip. There’s a lot to arrange: which routes, number of km’s or miles, departure date, booking overnight accommodation, loading the sleds into the trailer and parking the pick-up. It’s a lot to organize but so worth it when you’re ripping up the buttery smooth trails. Algoma Country […]

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Wawa Boondocking: An Epic Snowmobile Adventure

After meeting Jess Kline at Hay Days, the largest snowmobile show in the United States, I invited her to join me out west during the winter of 2015 for an Epic Snowmobile Adventure in the big mountains. It was her first time snowmobiling out west, so we made the most out of it. Spending nearly […]

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Voyageur Canoe Brigades Celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary

Wawa, Ontario — A nation emerged in the wake of the birchbark canoes of the voyageurs, the legendary travellers who were the engines of the fur trade, Canada’s first industry. Two centuries ago, brigades of 36-foot Montreal canoes plied the waters of the Great Lakes, moving furs and trade goods through the wilderness that would […]

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