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CANOEING TEMAGAMI - If you’ve never been on an extended or remote canoeing trip before then I would like to encourage you to visit Temagami, you just couldn’t ask for a better introduction to the joys of canoeing. There are thousands upon thousands of miles of canoe routes and waterways that interconnect for you to weave your way through this vast expanse of nature at it’s best, portage to unseen lakes and rivers to some of the most remote areas of wilderness that Ontario has to offer which makes Temagami a premier canoeing destination in Ontario, Canada.

The Temagami District comprises more than 5,000 square miles (10,500 sq. km.) of magnificent waterways, picturesque landscapes and pristine wilderness. It includes the world famous Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park, The Sturgeon River and Obabika River Provincial Park, The Solace Provincial Park, Makobe and Pinetree Corridor Provincial Parks which covers over in excess of 3,200 miles (4,800 km). The canoeing routes loop around for easy traveling in its traditional flat water paddling water system with over 20 canoe routes to choose from. All are well documented on the map "Temagami Canoe Routes" your best guide to canoeing the Temagami District.

The Obabika River Provincial Park is known as "Big Pine Country" where the cliffs are lined with old growth pine in all it’s splendor and it runs directly into Lake Temagami which is just an open gate to other waterways that interconnect these canoeing routes that stretch as far as the Ottawa River, with a lot of areas being wetlands which is a prime habitat for moose and deer. The canoe trip begins with some instructions on basic paddling techniques which will make your canoeing trip into the remote Temagami wilderness more pleasurable and enjoyable as it should be by starting off at a comfortable pace while you become accustomed to the water conditions and newly learned skills. For the more adventurous outdoor enthusiasts who may choose to stop at the many, many camp sites which are hardened for minimal impact on the area for a night or a week of camping and canoeing pleasure. You can take your time and explore the area by hiking or backpacking hundreds of miles of bush roads and trails to remote areas for a very memorable time, there’s an unlimited variety of flora with an abundance of wildlife from the majestic moose to the industrious beaver to the elusive lynx for once in a lifetime photographic opportunities all within Temagami’s famous 400 year old growth forest.

INDEX | Backpacking | Birdwatching | Camping | Canoeing | Crosscountry Skiing | Fishing | Icefishing | Interpretive Trails
Nature Photography | Snowshoeing | Wildlife Viewing | Wilderness Outfitting | Resources | Add Link
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Backpacking - Backpacking Camps provide your child with the chance to develop character, learn valuable life skills, make new friends, and discover new interests. Finding the right Backpacking Camps for your child is as important as helping them find the right college! At My Summer Camps, our goal is to help parents find kids and teen summer camps in Ontario that will meet the needs of your child. The Beaver Mountain trails are part of a growing network of hiking and backpacking trails opening up in Temagami. Along with the Muir's book, trails are getting a boost from the new Nastawgan Trails group.

Birdwatching - Ontario offers you a wonderful opportunity to see some of Canada's most exceptional birds including geese, the Loon nesting with babies, as well as many different species of ducks, and so much more! Ontario's outfitters offer a full program of outdoor adventure, wildlife viewing, photography, art, culture, and eco-tours throughout the province. Multiple species allow hundreds of opportunities in most regions.

Camping - Camping Inn the woods can be a lot of fun, join us for a Canadian camping adventure in Marten River or Temagami's Backcountry, camping on remote campsites, which are only accessible by hiking trails or canoeing. Experience canoe camping in Temagami. Maple Mountain. Wilderness camping in the Temagami wilderness. Winter camping can be a wonderful experience if you plan properly.

Canoeing - Go canoeing with us in Temagami Marten River! Temagami region contains over 8,000 square kilometres of interconnecting canoe routes. If you have never been canoeing before, then canoeing with us could not be made easier. Whether you are an individual, family or group of friends and want to go canoeing, we can arrange everything for you. We supply all the equipment you require for your canoeing trip. Prior to your canoeing trip we will give you a short briefing and some tips. We have Canadian made canoes that can take up to 4 persons. If you own your canoe and would like to be part of a group canoeing with us, just bring it along. We have guided canoe trips, we also have canoes to rent so you can plan your own canoeing trip. The Marten River and Temagami waterways are a canoeing paradise! Canoeing Marten River and Temagami Inn The Woods. Ask us about our canoe tripping by calling 705-569-3870 in Temagami.

Crosscountry Skiing - Strap on your cross country ski’s in Temagami. Temagami Wilderness Adventures invites you to enjoy some cross country skiing with us this winter. Cross country Skiing, join us for some fun on the snow Inn The Woods of Marten River and Temagami. Thinking of improving your cross-country skiing skills or looking for a new winter sport on the snow? Come join us for lots of exciting cross-country ski activities in Temagami and Marten River. Come join us for the adventure of a lifetime.

Fishing - Ontario fishing at it's finest! This is all about wilderness fishing in Ontario Canada and planning a Canadian fishing trip to the back lakes of Temagami and Marten River areas in northern Ontario. Wilderness fishing in Ontario is the ultimate fishing adventure. We offer walleye, lake trout, smallmouth bass and northern pike fishing in the beautiful lakes of northern Ontario's wilderness. Ontario is an angler's paradise and whether you are looking for a fly in fishing expedition to a wilderness area or a less ambitious fishing trip, we can help you to enjoy your holiday to the fullest.

Icefishing - Ice fishing in Marten River and Temagami is a unique fishing experience. Guided Ice Fishing Adventures, enjoy the many opportunities available in the Temagami and Marten River areas for some great ice fishing. Winters in northern Ontario are cold and the ice is thick, offering great ice fishing opportunities for a variety of fish such as Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Splake and Lake Trout. Temagami Wilderness Adventures has all the equipment you need and will get you all set up with a shanty, heater, and gear so you will be all ready for your ice fishing adventure. We offer guided ice fishing adventures on some remote lakes, where there are good fishing spots that are not too difficult to reach. We know where the fish are biting and will help you plan a fun fishing adventure. Temagami Wilderness Adventures also offers special ice fishing trips near North Bay and Sudbury Ontario.

Interpretive Trails - TEMAGAMI - INTERPRETIVE TRAILS: “Interpretation is an educational activity which aims to reveal meanings and relationships through the use of original objects, firsthand experience, and by illustrative media, rather than to simply communicate factual information”. “Interpreting our Heritage” Tilden Freeman, 1957

Nature Photography - Wildlife Photography Tour - We provide wildlife photography tours in Temagami and Marten River area. Discover Canadian nature photography vacations for naturalists, photographers and the whole family.

Snowshoeing - Journey into a breathtaking winter wonderland with Temagami Wilderness Adventures. Snowshoeing is North America's fastest growing winter sport. Unlike many other winter sports, it is an inexpensive way to enjoy the outdoors. Some decent technical clothing, a pair of shoes and you are all set. It is a great aerobic workout and there is no better way to get yourself in touch with nature. During winter moose tend to gather together because of easy travel and access to food.

Wildlife Viewing - Enjoy wildlife viewing on your Canadian wilderness trip. Wildlife viewing opportunities for moose, bear and birds including eagles, Canadian loons, Canada geese and many species of duck abound. Ontario Wildlife Viewing and Photo Tours. Everywhere you go in Temagami and the Marten River area you will see wildlife. Look around you as travel through the country.

Wilderness Outfitting - Temagami Wilderness Adventures provides wilderness outfitting for backpacking, birdwatching, camping, canoe, cross country skiing, fishing, ice fishing, interpretive trails, nature photography snowshoeing, tripping and wildlife viewing, in northern Ontario Canada.

 

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GREEN ONTARIO  Tourism in Ontario is all about the outdoors. It just makes sense it should be environment-friendly.
Although tourism covers everything from a trip to a baseball game to the annual Caribana parade in Toronto, much of our multi-billion dollar tourist industry is based on getting back to nature. Nature-based tourism depends on a healthy environment, and therefore it should be a leader in promoting environmental awareness and environmental responsibility.
There are two basic approaches to environmentally-sound tourism:
Eco-tourism: where the entire operation and experience is based on respect for nature and the sustainable use of renewable resources.
Environmental Stewardship: where best environmental management practices are incorporated into tourist operations.

Seeking best practices in ecotourism, an industry in transition.  A destination marketer walks up to an ecotourism marketer. “So ecotourism is a niche market?” he asks. “Yes, and it's growing fast,” says the ecotourism marketer. “Yes,” says the destination marketer, “it's doubling every year. Now it's up to six ecotourists.”

http://www.lodgesresorts.com/canada-ecotourism.html  Ecotourism lodges and nature retreat/resorts offer unique ecological experiences and adventure in Canada's wilderness...

JOHN POIMIROO   ECOTOURISM IS ON THE RISE, but what exactly is ecotourism? One of the problems in discussing this subject is that the word means different things to different people.
To demographic researchers, ecotourists are affluent travelers who want to enjoy maximum privacy in remote places of extraordinary beauty and are willing to pay for high standards of service. They tend to be professionals with an interest in conservation who select destinations with attention to quality and the type of experience offered. They appreciate ecolodges, such as Robert Redford's opulent Sundance Resort in ....

Ecotourism, Eco-Tours   Theoretically, ecotourism can be defined as a type of tourism where the environment, local community and visitor all benefit. In practice, the term ‘ecotourism' is often used by tour operators as a marketing tool to promote any form of tourism that is related to nature.
At WildWaters Nature Tours & Expeditions we view ecotourism as a study of the ecology of the Wabakimi Park area. As an Environmentalist and Activist, Bruce Hyer has been instrumental in the creation and preservation of the region we now call Wabakimi Provincial Park. He and other friends of Wabakimi were interested in the preservation of this wonderful expanse of natural wilderness long before Ecotourism became a recognized term in the english language!