Walk into Winter - A Heritage Adventure
Walk into winter …. on snowshoes. Explore the winter wilds of the Haliburton
Highlands with a winter travel expert, a wildlife biologist and a fur trader. You will stay at the unique and beautiful Stouffer Mill B&B or Oakview Lodge near Hall’s Lake. Start your experience with an introduction to snowshoes – history, types, techniques, and tips. After some practice you will head out on a wilderness walk to discover the ecology of winter and the finer points of winter travel and survival. You will also enjoy some good stories, warm hospitality, a tasty bush lunch prepared over a campfire, a scrumptious dinner, hot tub, and live entertainment.
On day two you will step back into Canada’s history and join an 18th Century fur trader for a snowshoe along Ten Mile Creek to a heritage log cabin. There you will hear stories and see artefacts from the 18th and 19th century fur trade and enjoy a hearty lunch of baked beans, wild rice, and bannock.
Dates: December - February (see Calendar)
Duration: 3 days/2 nights or 3 days
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Itinerary can be customized to meet your needs, interests and budget. This itinerary may change. Yours Outdoors reserves the right to make changes in response to individual and group needs, availability of experience providers, weather, and other factors.
Physical Challenge Rating: 4 (More info)
Rates: Based on a minimum of 6 persons, double occupancy, plus HST. Adults only. With accommodation – from $465/person. Package includes three days of program, two breakfasts, one dinner, two lunches, and two nights accommodation. Without accommodation - from $290/person. Package includes three days of program, two breakfasts, one dinner, and two lunches
Stouffer Mill B & B or Oakview Lodge
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Booking: Contact Yours Outdoors at 705-754-3436 or by email.
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