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These Activities are NOT Included in the base fee.
**Available November 15 to April 1
**Must book in ADVANCE
The tours are about 1 hour or 1/2 hour long. In the area of Fort McMurray though the hills and river valley. While being pulled on a slay by 8 dogs it is amazing. A ride through the wilderness trails just outside of the city.
The tours of dog sledding are done depending on the tour you are on. It will be before or at the end of your tour.
Available November 15 to April 1
Must book in ADVANCE for permits
To get to the lakes we can Fish is about a 1 hour snowmobile ride from camp.
When the guide and the clients arrive at the area of the lake that will be fished. The guide will drill through the ice with an Ice auger. To make holes to fish from. All needed fishing gear will be supplied for this activity.
Some of the fish will be kept for fresh fish and chips that night for the entire camp to try.
Don't forget your winter gear/ outfits. You will require a proper jacket, shoes and snow pants .
Learning how the ways to survive using what is at hand in the Canadian wilderness to build spruce bow shelters and forage to gather food.
This is done at camp in the local area. A guide will show the clients how to put the snowshoes on and walk with the snowshoes on.
Then the guide will head out along the trails around camp to see nature in its finest walk along bear dans and the trails watching for animals and the winter birds.
Get a chance to see Bears feeding in the Early spring and fall time safely from our elevated platforms up in the trees.
The snowmobiling is done at camp.The clients will be shown how to drive and operate the snowmobiles. Then guided on rides though the wilderness area of the Birch Mountains.
Seasonal Activity - Learn how to pick berry's allowing the underripe to stay and mature.
Cranberries Low Bush
After dinner about 6 pm we start to watch for the Aurora Borealis. But there will be telescopes available also for stargazing.
Central Fire pit is for people to warm up together in a communal space, watch the fauna and enjoy warm beverages while waiting for the stars and Northerian lights to appear
Certain activities are seasonal based on snow, temperature and overall safety
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