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Our destinations from Toronto
Rouge National Urban Park
Bruce Peninsula NP / Tobermory
Clear-blue waters of Georgian Bay, caves, rock formations and extraordinary scenery make Bruce Peninsula one of Ontario's must-see places. Book early or you'll miss out!
Killbear Provincial Park (Georgian Bay)
Georgian Bay at its best! Explore rugged, rocky shoreline mixed with numerous sand beaches amid beautiful views of windswept pines on rocky islands.
Killarney Provincial Park
This park is our personal favourite, and for a good reason. Killarney is strikingly beautiful Northern Ontario wilderness nestled among La Cloche Mountain Range with ultimate hiking, backpacking and canoeing opportunities. This year we are piloting its return by offering 3-long weekend trips! Please Note: for 2023 this is a conditional route and the bus must be 60% filled to run. See below for more information.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Bigger than the State of Delaware, Algonquin is Ontario's popular park and a world-class destination offering adventurers and comfort seekers alike their ultimate outdoor experience
Bruce Peninsula - Lion's Head
Explore the most spectacular section of Bruce Trail - on the cliffs of Lions Head, following the trail overlooking crystal-clear blue waters of Georgian Bay.
Take a dip at this scenic limestone quarry encircled by sheer cliffs up to 12 metres (40 feet) high. The tree-covered conservation area has places to picnic and enjoy nature.
The Grand River rushes through a gorge with 22m-high cliffs in a gorgeous conservation area, before entering one of the most scenic towns in Ontario.
Rattlesnake Point & Crawford Lake
You can spend the whole day in Crawford Lake or Rattlesnake Point, or hike Bruce Trail from one park to another!