This little-known park situated in the sandy forests near Kirkland Lake, Ontario is almost never crowded, so if you're looking for a quiet place to hike on trails up to 20 kilometres in length, or paddle on numerous wilderness lakes separated by short portages (longest 300 metres!), then this the place for you.
Our large-scale 1:20,000 scale topographic map shows trails, lakes, streams, wetlands, open areas, extraordinary contour detail and much more.
And the back side is filled with informative text and colour photographs about the natural and human history of the area, trail descriptions, canoe routes, safety tips, contact info, and more. This map has been adopted as the official map of the park.
All the products we sell are carefully curated from years of testing in the field. If we haven't used it, and don't trust it, we won't sell it.
Not only are all orders over $50 shipped for free across Canada, but we also offset the carbon emissions associated with every shipment.
We guarantee all the products we sell. Same goes for any advice we give you. Got an issue with your gear? Contact us and we'll get it sorted.
We beat the crap out of our gear and rely on it in the field. That's why we've developed the Trip Shed Pledge. Any problem, any time we're here.
1% of profits go to our Adventure For All Fund. To eliminate financial barriers to entry for individuals looking to join one of our life-changing backcountry adventures.