cmkl: Four days, 86kms, one root fire: fall trip in Algonquin Park

Chatty write-up with photos, GPX file and numbers about the annual Chris-Martin fall canoe trip. Nine years and counting. This year we rambled through main street Algonquin Park on the hottest September weekend anyone has ever seen. Read more The post Four days, 86kms, one root fire: fall trip in Algonquin Park appeared first on ...

cmkl: Algonquin Park trip journal: Érables, Biggar, Kioshkowkwi

Four days in the north west end of Algonquin Park. Almost 3 litres of wine. Read more

cmkl: Shall, Dickson Booth Lake loop: trip report posted

I do this every year. Disappearing for four days in early fall. And yet, my partner, the lovely and talented Irene Jansen, puts up with me. I am a lucky man. Year five of the Martin and Chris trips.

the reeves report: Algonquin Park: A Waste Diversion Success Story

Algonquin Park at sunrise. Flickr image by Karin Lewis. The crown jewel of Ontario’s provincial park system is being recognized for hitting a crucial milestone not often associated with our parks system: removing garbage. With approximately one million visitors flocking to Ontario’s largest and most popular park destination, Algonquin Park in Central Ontario is earning ...