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Algonquin Eco-Lodge in Algonquin Park

Moffat Pond
Algonquin Park
KOL 1XO
Kanada

website Algonquin Eco-Lodge in Algonquin Park http://de.hostelbookers.com/hostels/kanada/algonquin-park/15231/?affiliate=rastlos
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Algonquin Eco-Lodge in Algonquin Park

zuletzt aktualisiert am 05.01.2010

The Algonquin Eco-Lodge, located on the southern border of Algonquin Park (only 3 hours from Toronto or Ottawa), is a wilderness enthusiasts' dream!

Summer or Winter, there is always plenty to do and see. With over 60 km of groomed trackset and wilderness trails inside Algonquin Park, the Algonquin Eco-Lodge is a leader of hotels for cross country skiing, dog sledding, hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, and hiking.

In fact, we have one of the largest single trail systems in Southern Ontario, and offer one of the best wilderness experiences in Canada!

And the fall colours are truly spectacular! Hiking our trails, or paddling a canoe on our private lake in the autumn is an unforgettable way to experience our famous fall colors.

Designed and built as an Algonquin Nordic Wilderness Lodge, the Ecolodge was created to give you the best wilderness experience possible, while minimizing our impact on the environment. It has the feel and atmosphere of a European mountain lodge, and is one of the most secluded hotels in Algonquin Park. In fact, your experience begins with a leisurely 2.3 km walk, or cycle, or ski (about 20 minutes) through Algonquin Park to reach our front doors. Don't worry - your luggage will be transferred for you!

Our Eco-Lodge is beautifully secluded amidst remote Algonquin forests, where even hydro lines and telephone poles can't reach. And yet, with a combination of alternative energy sources, the Eco-Lodge still provides all the finer comforts, such as indoor plumbing, battery powered hot showers, an outdoor wood-fired year round sauna, and even a hot tub for use in our cold winters! And with 17 private bedrooms, there is more than enough space to comfortably hold 40 people.

All this, plus our extensive groomed wilderness trail network, a private 30 acre (12.5 ha) lake, and even a resident wolf pack, makes a visit to the Eco-Lodge an experience to remember.

Your stay includes:

Meals (from dinner on first day to lunch on the last day)
Use of hiking/biking trail system (over 60km!)
Luggage transfers from parking lot
Use of the outdoor Sauna
Free use of Canoes
Use of water toys (inflatable raft, floating noodles, etc.)
Bonfire
Wolf Howl seminars on request


Check-In

Check-in is any time after 2:00pm. Check-out is 12:00pm. From our parking lot there is a 2.5 km walk (about 25 minutes) to the Lodge. Leave your luggage in the Change Hut and we will retrieve it for you once you arrive at the building.

Late Arrivals

If you will be arriving after dark please ensure that each person has a flashlight as the walk in is VERY dark. Also, since dinner is served until 7:00pm please eat before you arrive if it will be later than that.

Weitere Informationen

  • Checkin ab 14:00 Uhr möglich
  • Checkout bis 12:00 Uhr

Wichtige Hinweise

Check-in is any time after 2:00pm. Check-out is 12:00pm. From our parking lot there is a 2.5 km walk (about 25 minutes) to the Lodge. Leave your luggage in the Change Hut and we will retrieve it for you once you arrive at the building. Late Arrivals. If you will be arriving after dark please ensure that each person has a flashlight as the walk in is VERY dark. Also, since dinner is served until 7:00pm please eat before you arrive if it will be later than that.

Wegbeschreibung

From Toronto: Take Highway 401 East to Highway 115. Go north of Peterborough to Highway 7 East. After about 10 minutes turn left onto Highway 28 north (formerly Highway 134). Follow Highway 28 to Paudash at Highway 118 (formerly 121). Turn left (west) onto Highway 118 and then turn north on County Road #648. Past Highland Grove turn right (north) onto County Road #10 (Elephant Lake Road). Drive 16.6 km, and 1.4 km past Benoir Lake Rd. watch for our sign on the left side of the road (past the lumber mill). Just past Fire Route #3658.

From Ottawa: Take Highway 417 west to Highway 17 west. Turn left onto Highway 60, and then west on Highway 132 and follow it onto Highway 41 south, and then to Highway 28 west until Bancroft. Take Highway 62 north until Maynooth, then turn left onto County Road #10 (Peterson Road) and follow it for 18.1 km. Watch for our sign, on the right hand side of the road, just before the lumber mill, and 1.4 km before Benoir Lake Rd. Just before Fire Route #3658.

From Algonquin: Take Highway 60 east to just past Whitney. Turn south onto Highway 127. At Maynooth turn right onto Highway 62 (towards Bancroft) and make another quick right turn onto County Road #10 (Peterson Road) and follow it for 18.1 km. Watch for our sign, on the right hand side of the road, just before the lumber mill, and 1.4 km before Benoir Lake Rd. Just before Fire Route #3658.




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