Ice Hiking Algonquin Park
Romantic Winter Getaway


Algonquin Park Visitor Center

Winter is magically romantic with a crackling wood fire, a glass of champagne and your own bubbling Whirlpool Bath Tub and private rejuvenating Hot Tub, in-room real crackling wood fireplace and with romantic 1st Class gourmet dining.  

Picture perfect with pure white snow covered trees and lakes sparkling like diamonds in the snow.

Enjoy a surreal evening of walking under the most brilliant stars.  For those who need a little help getting outdoors we even have all the outdoor clothing for you if you decide to participate.

Book Direct and Surprise your partner!  Or, Perhaps buying a Gift Certificate, to show your love, as a Christmas Gift, or Valentines Gift, or Wedding Gift, or Birthday Gift. 

Weekends, Midweek or Week Long Vacations!
Algonquin Park Visitor Center


Canada's New Official Bird; the Canada Jay and of course the Chick-a-dee! Touching Wildlife.

Famous birds that will eat seeds from your hand or your hat are the Canada Jay (aka the Gray Jay or the Whisky Jack) and Boreal Chickadee.

For the Aficionado Birder check the latest winter birding report for what is being seen and where.

1)  Algonquin Logging Museum Trail
2)  Spruce Bog Boardwalk Trail
3)  Mew Lake Old Railway Trail

We Provide Free to Use for our guests:
- Pro IceHiking Crampons and Walking Poles
- Park Pass from our Office
- Bird seeds
- Please never scatter or leave seed behind on the trails.



Tranquil with peacefulness.  Algonquin Park has International quality ski trails; track set and skating lane.

48 kilometres of groomed and 23 kilometres of non-groomed cross-country ski trails available in three low-usage trail networks, typically December to early April.  Check the latest ski trail conditions If you cannot go skiing you can always go IceHiking.

Provided Free to use:
- Wax-less cross-country skis, boots and poles. 
- Waxing station for those that enjoy waxing.
- Park Pass from our Office
- Pro snowshoes
- Park Pass from our Office

Serene spots for Snowshoeing:
1) Algonquin outdoor Logging Museum Trail
2) Spruce Bog Boardwalk Trail
3) Mew Lake Old Railway Trail Go to Mew Lake Campground for starting point.

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Horseback Riding

IceHiking & Skating


Guaranteed Daily Winter Sport for you to enjoy nature! Touching Wildlife.

Fun and Easy and Safe.  Invented Here in 2018.
IceHiking is a Guaranteed Winter Sport, We guarantee it daily - 7 days a week, All Winter long, November to April.
All Algonquin Park trails will now be easy to access even now in the Winter!

Ice Skating

Authentic Canadian Experience of Skating Outdoors:
1) In Algonquin Park at Mew Lake Campground, rough surface like the "good ol days".
2) At the Township Rink, a short 15 minute walk into the Village, general skating or skirmish hockey (all invited).

Provided Free to Use:
-  Ice Skates up to size 14
-  Mew Lake Park Pass from our Office

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Algonquin Park

Algonquin Visitor Center

Pristine and natural snow covered Algonquin Park is home to world-class venues and We provide the Free Park Pass.

Algonquin Park's Visitor Centre is open daily, has exhibits on the Park's natural and human history, a relaxing restaurant, an excellent bookstore, theatre and a  viewing deck of the Winter wild Algonquin landscape. 

Algonquin Park Live Now Weather Cam

Other Activities

Guided Snowmobile Tours

Bring your own Snowmobile, the main Trail system is 1 km away and easy to sled to.

The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs -OFSC- List trails, permits, programs and Events for Ontario snowmobilers.