While paddling with your team through the deep, enchanting waters of this ancient forest, you’ll not only improve your paddling and camping skills, but also make new friends, create lifelong memories, and gain important leadership and teamwork skills that will serve you well in school, work, and life.
Area & activities
The 96 km of the Kipawa Tuk Tuk loop are the perfect setting for an unforgettable flatwater canoe trip this summer. The area is located in the traditional territories of the Omàmìwininìwag and Anishinabewaki Peoples.
Your group will paddle ancient canoe routes through landscapes of maple-covered hills and rugged ridges, where you’ll improve your paddling techniques and learn rescue methods. You’ll also gain a range of valuable skills including map reading and navigation, camping knowledge, Leave No Trace ethics, and the art of teamwork and leadership.
Don’t worry about gear: we have everything you need for the expedition, and you can also borrow personal items from our gear library if needed. Be prepared for portages that require teamwork.
Our expert instructors will guide you through unique challenges that require your group to work together to solve problems, reflect on your journey, and discuss how to apply your skills and what you’ve learned when you return home. The course is designed to have a lasting and measurable impact in three key areas:
- Improved resilience – Improve your mental and physical health and learn how to overcome challenges to succeed.
- Better leadership and teamwork skills – Learn the skills you need to succeed in school, work and life by becoming more confident, cooperative and a respectful team member.
- Stronger connection to nature – Develop a lifelong relationship with nature