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11+ stellar places for snowshoeing in Ontario

January 5, 2021
Looking to take up a new activity this winter? Try snowshoeing in Ontario. There are so many great snowshoeing trails in Ontario to explore. | My Wandering Voyage travel blog #travel #winterexercise #snowshoeing #Ontario #Canada

When it comes to winter activities, there’s no beating snowshoeing. It’s not too rigorous, it’s affordable, it’s a whole lot of fun and snowshoeing gets you outside to enjoy the winter months. Which, in Ontario, can be up to five or six months of the year. Any trail can be an excellent snowshoeing trail, which is the beauty of the sport. But if you want a dash of magic, these places are the best places for snowshoeing in Ontario.

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Toronto to Thunder Bay: a 10-day Northern Ontario road trip along Lake Superior’s spectacular coast

October 10, 2020
Discover Lake Superior on this Toronto to Thunder Bay road trip. This 10-day Northern Ontario road trip will take you to spectacular vistas, magical waterfalls and must-see places along Lake Superior. | My Wandering Voyage travel blog #LakeSuperior #RoadTrip #Ontario #Canada #travel

There’s nothing quite like Lake Superior, the largest, deepest and coldest of the Great Lakes. It’s one of Ontario’s most rugged coastline. This 10-day Northern Ontario road trip will take you to spectacular vistas, magical waterfalls, and must-see places along Lake Superior. Start the car, and let’s go!

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Everything you need to know about Pukaskwa National Park [+ hiking guide]

September 24, 2020
Discover Pukaskwa National Park, the least visited national park in eastern Canada. This guide to Pukaskwa National Park explores everything you need to know about hiking, camping and enjoying this stunning park (and even how to get to the famous White River Suspension Bridge). |My Wandering Voyage travel blog #Pukaskwa #NationalPark #Canada

Of the six national parks that call Ontario home, Pukaskwa National Park feels the most remote. Located on the shores of Lake Superior and surrounded by thousands of square kilometres of forest, it truly feels like you’re in the middle of nowhere. This guide to Pukaskwa National Park explores everything you need to know about hiking, camping and enjoying this stunning park (and even how to get to the famous White River Suspension Bridge). With ample hiking opportunities and gorgeous landscapes, you won’t want to miss this spectacular park.

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Ontario cider: Take a delicious self-guided Georgian Bay cider tour

September 9, 2020
Take a road trip through Ontario’s Georgian Bay area in search of liquid gold. This self-guided Georgian Bay cider tour hits all the spots for exploring Ontario’s best cider producers. | My Wandering Voyage travel blog #Ontario #Cider #GeorgianBay #daytrip

Georgian Bay is known for many things, the gorgeous coastline, stunning cottages, and relaxing beach towns. But did you know that the Georgian Bay area is also an area known for its apple production? And what better way to enjoy this bounty than through cider! Georgian Bay is home to at least 10 cider producers, and you can explore them all with this self-guided Georgian Bay cider tour.

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Road trip tips: What you need to know about taking the perfect cross-country road trip

June 30, 2020
Road trips don’t always go smoothly. These 32 road trip tips (gathered from countless trips across Canada and the US) will help you prepare everything for a safe and enjoyable journey! | My Wandering Voyage travel blog #Travel #RoadTrip #Canada #USA

My knuckles were white, tightly wrapped around my steering wheel. My wiper blades were swooshing slower than the rain was beating around my windshield. And the memory of the last gas station more than 200kms behind us seemed like a figment of my imagination. I saw the “kilometres until empty” counter plummet into the single digits. Road trips don’t always go perfectly, but it’s best to know some road trip tips before you head out so you don’t get into crazy situations as I did during a thunderstorm on a highway in Manitoba, running out of gas.

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