We’re exited about our paddling season for 2013, especially our backcountry canoe trips in northern Ontario. We have been very busy planning over the winter months and we have some amazing news to share with you this year. First off, we have teamed up with HandCrafted Canoes and are pleased to announce we will be [...]
One of my favorite things about canoeing in the backcountry is having a campfire. For me, there is nothing quite as captivating and hypnotizing as a campfire. I could sit and watch it for hours on end. My family calls it Caveman TV, and to me it is just as compelling and addictive to watch [...]
I sometimes get asked why we go to all the trouble of planning, packing and paddling, otherwise known as the 3P’s of backcountry canoeing, when there are so many other recreational activities that require much less effort. Long days of paddling and difficult portages. Dealing with the elements, weather and bugs. Sleeping on the hard [...]
“The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man.” – Unknown Often times, the experience of dwelling in an urban space leads one to consider other options. Amidst noise pollution and general chaos, man almost instinctively needs time to recharge among quiet and natural spaces, leading many people [...]
This workshop is a noncombat, day-long survival course that focuses on the wilderness skills made popular by the character Katniss in the book and feature film, The Hunger Games. The Course will include: An introduction to archery Primitive fire making Wild edible plant identification skills and more! Shortly we will be announcing the summer dates [...]
For us, our school and youth programming is some of the most fulfilling trips we run. School & Youth Group Trips Sharing our passion for the outdoors and watching children interact and learn in nature is a treasure to be witnessed. We offer a range of different adventure, and all of our programming can be [...]
Growing Forever is a video we find very inspirational. Shot by Jesse Rosten, we posted this video as we feel that it really encapsulates a deep love and respect that we at Treks In The Wild have for the natural World around us. Growing is Forever from Jesse Rosten on Vimeo.