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Toronto EcoAdventures

Toronto, Canada
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About Toronto EcoAdventures
Our mission is to facilitate connections for people- we’ve designed road trips that are a convenient, fun and safe way to get to know Ontario better, meet new people and hike in the some of the most beautiful natural areas of the province- no car necessary! Our trips have a relaxed, road-trip feeling.
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Algonquin Park PRIVATE TOUR

Toronto EcoAdventures is proud to offer unique day trips to national and provincial parks, nature reserves and small towns outside of Toronto. Our tours are designed to feel like a road trip with friends; where you get to meet new people, discover hidden gems and enjoy the great outdoors!

Algonquin Park has a rich history of being an endless source of inspiration for artists, nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts. In the winter, the park is transformed by snow and ice and is a truly magical place to visit!

In this tour we will do several stops on the way there so you can take the best pictures and appreciate the magnificent views. Once we arrive we will start a winter hike! You have the option of hiking in your boots or with snowshoes with your guide Javier giving you some tips to feel like a pro! Following the hike (and time permitting) we will visit the Algonquin Park Visitors Centre which has a viewing point, interactive museum, gift shop, washrooms and a place to have a snack.
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13 hours
from US$657.25

Bruce Peninsula PRIVATE TOUR

Toronto EcoAdventures is proud to offer unique day trips to national and provincial parks, nature reserves and small towns outside of Toronto. Our tours are designed to feel like a road trip with friends; where you get to meet new people, discover hidden gems and enjoy the great outdoors!

Explore one of the natural wonders of Ontario, where the water is turquoise and the forest surrounding it is snowy and peaceful. The Bruce Peninsula is located on Georgian Bay and this trip is a great opportunity to take a day to explore the areas magnificent beauty in the winter- without the large crowds that flock to its cliffs during warmer months. We will also be stopping by the quaint historic town of Wiarton (home of Wiarton Willie!) as well as Inglis Falls, which looks completely different in winter, transformed by ice and snow. Toronto EcoAdventures welcomes you to come out and enjoy the winter on our Bruce Peninsula day trip!
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13 hours
from US$674.54

Niagara Waterfall Adventure PRIVATE TOUR

Toronto EcoAdventures is proud to offer unique day trips to national and provincial parks, nature reserves and small towns outside of Toronto. Our tours are designed to feel like a road trip with friends; where you get to meet new people, discover hidden gems and enjoy the great outdoors!

Waterfalls have captured humans attention for millennia. Fortunately, a short drive outside of Toronto brings us to the Niagara Escarpment, which is home to dozens of beautiful waterfalls.

On this trip we will explore the southern part of the escarpment; visiting 4 falls in the Hamilton area, a scenic half an hour hike to Dundas Peak rewarded with an incredible lookout point! and "Devils Punch Bowl" before arriving at Niagara Falls.
You'll get to enjoy waterfalls at different stages of the freezing process as well as some active time hiking through the woods. There will be countless opportunities to take great pictures or simply to lose yourself in the beautiful scenery.
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11 hours 30 minutes
from US$588.06

Bon Echo Canoeing & Swimming Adventure

Bon Echo is located near Kaladar, Ontario and is home to Mazinaw Lake- Eastern Ontario's deepest lake with a beautiful 100m rock face with fascinating indigenous pictographs viewable by boat.

Bon Echo is located about 3 hours north-east of Toronto, and your guide Javier will be doing all the driving so you can relax and take in the scenery! Once we arrive at the park, we will begin our trip with canoeing on Mazinaw Lake that brings you up close to the pictographs and will give you an appreciation for the park and its geographic/ecological features.

After canoeing, we will embark on the Hilltop Trail, a moderate 1.7km loop that flows through a variety of forest environments and offers the best view of the park. We'll then have a chance to refuel, relax and have a swim at a sandy beach with a wonderful view of Mazinaw Rock. This tour is the perfect balance of nature appreciation, learning and physical activity that we are so excited to share with you
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13 hours
from US$128.16
US$160.20

Algonquin Park Tour with Hiking and Swimming

On this tour, we will do several stops along the way there so you can take the best pictures and appreciate the magnificent views. Once we arrive at the park, we will head to Rock Lake to do a spectacular 5km hike where we will be able to appreciate a couple of smaller lakes after we reach a lookout which is one of the most scenic points of the park, where we will take our lunch. After we will have leisure time to swim at a hidden beach in Rock Lake. If swimming is not available due to bad weather, we will do the legendary Track & Tower Trail 8km hike with a lookout with a jaw-dropping view.
On the way back we will stop for dinner at one of the most emblematic places of Ontario Webers Burgers (vegetarian options available).
Note: If the weather is perfect, we will have the option of switching the 5km hike for canoeing. Instead, we will canoe ($20 extra for the canoe rental) and swim for 3 hours and do a shorter 2km hike after.
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13 hours
from US$118.04
US$147.56

Killarney Provincial Park and French River

On this adventure, we will hike “The Crack”- a famous 4 hour, 7km roundtrip trek ascending huge pink, grey and white granite/quartz rock formations.
After getting through the crack, you arrive at an unforgettable panoramic lookout where several clear blue lakes can be seen framed by Georgian Bay jack pines.

On our way back, we will also visit the French River Conservation Area, which features an interesting and accessible suspension bridge over the river.

6:45am – Departure from Christie Station.
11:00am – Arrival and registration at the park
11:15am – Begin our hike! Followed by time to relax with a beautiful view of the Georgian Bay. This is a good place to have your lunch.
4:30pm – Visit the French River
6:00pm – Dinner together at a local restaurant (not included)
9:00pm – Expected arrival time to Toronto, Christie Subway Station
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14 hours
from US$107.93
US$134.91

Pinery Provincial Park Hike and Beach Day Tour from Toronto

What makes our tour unique is that it is ideal for small groups or solo travellers to connect with new people with similar interests while spending time on one of the most beautiful beaches in Ontario.

Pinery Provincial Park is truly a unique place on the shores of the beautiful Lake Huron It protects the largest remaining tract of Oak Savanna and one of the largest freshwater coastal dune ecosystems in Ontario.

We will be hiking through one of the many hiking trails in the park during our day trip. Our 2.6 km route takes us through the Oak Savanna to a gorgeous lookout point. After our hike, we will have leisure time on one of the most beautiful beaches in Ontario, where you will feel like you were in a tropical country!
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12 hours
from US$94.44
US$118.04
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Lisa wrote a review Jul. 2020
Toronto, Canada2 contributions
We had a wonderfultime with Javier to Bruce Peninsula!! We had a full day of discoveries from Cheltenham Badlands, to Inglis falls before our little hike in Bruce Peninsula. The guide knows all the best spots and is very friendly; highly recommend. :)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Diego GuerraMX wrote a review Apr. 2020
San Luis Potosi, Mexico1 contribution
I believe the views from Algonquin Park are the expected idea (for foreigners) about Canada’s landscapes in winter. Algonquin Park has many trails to walk by. Javier took us through Bat trail it was an amazing hike of about 5 km into the forest. Every step did worth! Javier has knowledge about geography and geological facts from the zone. He always cares about the group to learn the types of trees and animals that we can see during the trails.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jason A wrote a review Mar. 2020
Toronto, Canada6 contributions1 helpful vote
Had a wonderful time taking the Bruce Peninsula Winter Hike with my wife. Our guide Javier, is a great guide and person and is truly passionate about the great outdoors. I highly recommended this tour (or any of Javier's tours) for anyone looking to get out of the city and explore more of Ontario's natural wonders
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Elena V wrote a review Mar. 2020
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I wanted my mom and my son to have an experience to remember together. So, I decided to send my mom and my son in this adventure With toronto-ecoadventures. It had good reviews and also looked to me that it was a very professional service and with lots of interesting routes. I was glad that I made that decision!!!! My mom and my son couldn’t stop talking about it when they came back! They had the best time of their lives. They were so happy! And my mom keeps saying how professional and helpful Mr. Javier was. How beautiful the falls were. Everythi About the tour was amazing to them. They are already planning to go to an other tour that the company offers and I am definitely coming with them! They recommend this tour 100%.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Rocio G wrote a review Mar. 2020
Toronto, Canada2 contributions
A friend of mine told me to join her and other friends for a day trip to Bruce Peninsula last Sunday. I’ve never been there so I said yes let’s go! Little I imagine and to my pleasant surprise that this was not your typical tour. For starters, our guide Javier was super nice and friendly and made the trip a lot of fun. He surprised us with a couple of stops on the way to Bruce Peninsula where we saw a beautiful half-frozen waterfall and visited a famous groundhog! Javier made our trip very entertaining with funny group pictures, fun facts and lots of interesting information. We went through different trails through snow but always felt very safe. I don’t think we would have made it there on our own or found those perfect views safely. Yes, Javier also knew where to get the best views for those amazing pictures we took! I really enjoyed my trip to Bruce Peninsula this weekend and spending a gorgeous day with good friends. I would definately embark on another adventure with Toronto Eco Adventures. Fully recommend it!! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
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Date of experience: March 2020
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