Nor’Wester Complete Outfitting Package

Immerse yourself in the wild, untamed spirit of Quetico. Explore pristine lakes & rivers, discover wildlife, enjoy “portage” trails, paddle the traditional “routes du Nord” with modern day complete outfitting – eco-travel made simple! This is where the wilderness, history, culture and song of the backcountry will excite and engage you to embrace each awesome moment!

Pricing

  • $115.00 for 1-3 days
  • $110.00 for 4-7 days
  • $105.00 for 8 or more days

All prices are per person, per day, minimum 2 people, in Canadian dollars & taxes are extra.

50% off adult rate + tax per youth (6-12 years)
Free for Children (5 yrs & under)

Conditions apply: This package requires a minimum of 2 people, minimum 1 adult and 1 youth to apply Youth & Children rates, prices subject to change.

LOCATION: QUETICO PROVINCIAL PARK
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I can’t thank you, your family and everyone at Voyageur enough for the hospitality, excellent rental equipment, your expertise and park knowledge. The campsite recommendations, canoe route and fishing spots you marked on our maps were right on – what a World Class experience! Til the next time…
- Dave N

Package includes:

  • 42 lb. Souris River & Wenonah Kevlar canoe
  • epoxy-aluminum paddles, PFD (floatation vest), canoe safety kit
  • Eureka free standing tent with ground sheet & extra tarp
  • Qualofil sleeping bag & flannel liner (freshly laundered) with Eureka waterproof stuff sack
  • Therm-a-rest backcountry mattress – Full or 3/4 length
  • Cordura backpacks & Eureka waterproof stuff sack for personal clothing & items (designed to our specifications for canoe excursions)
  • All cooking equipment – Deluxe cook kit, utensils, lightweight stove & fuel
  • Deluxe Backcountry & Fresh Foods in custom backpack & extra tarp
  • Professional trip planning, equipment orientation and map with your chosen route
  • Free parking and base facilities
  • Voyageur Island, Nym Lake location for your easy park access – free water shuttle to the island
  • Official MNR Issuer for park permits and fishing licenses

Options Available: Trip upgrades, pre/post trip accommodations & meals at Voyageur Island, guided trips, additional park trip days, shuttle service to various park access points – additional cost and certain conditions will be applied. Group rates available - minimum 10+ people.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get/reserve a Quetico Park permit?

As Voyageur Wilderness is an official issuer of Quetico Park permits, we can reserve and issue park permits on your behalf at Voyageur Island Lodge at no additional cost.

How do I get to the trip?

All adventures are based out of Voyageur Island Lodge on Nym Lake, near Atikokan, Ontario, Canada. A boat transfer is provided from the Nym Lake Access Parking Lot.

By Car: We are easily accessible by automobile. From Thunder Bay, it is a 2-hour drive west on the Trans-Canada Highway then a short drive down a gravel road to the Nym Lake Access Parking Lot where you will leave your vehicle. You will be shuttled to Voyageur Island Lodge on a pontoon boat.

By Plane:  The nearest gateway city is Thunder Bay, which is serviced by Air Canada; United Airlines; Porter Airlines and West Jet Airlines. Voyageur Wilderness is happy to help you arrange for an airport pick up and shuttle. Please contact us for details.

Is Internet and cell phone service available?

Cell phone service is available at the lodge, however, due to its remote location, internet service is not available.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, all adventures are dog friendly.

What experience and level of fitness do I need?

To help you choose your adventure, we’ve rated canoe trip route levels from EASY (no experience to advanced) to CHALLENGING (intermediate to advanced). Canoe adventures and trip routes can be customized to match your skills, experience and fitness level.

Use our canoe rating system to see if the trip is right for you. Don’t know what level you’re at? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

What is the weather like in Quetico?

It’s always important to consider weather conditions when trip planning.  For example May and September tend to be cooler than June, July and August.  Please check the Welcome to Quetico Provincial Park (ontarioparks.com) or for daily weather forecasts and more info on weather conditions visit www.weatheroffice.gc.ca .  Feel free to contact us for our insight into weather and park travel conditions.