With its quartzite ridge tops, turquoise lakes and pristine forests, Killarney Provincial Park is often referred to as the Crown Jewel of the Ontario Parks system. This area has long been the ideal destination for those seeking a wilderness escape, often referred to as ‘a canoeists dream’. Killarney’s exceptionally scenic landscapes are noted for exposed white rock cliffs and crystal clear lakes. Autumn in Killarney is spectacular and a photographer’s paradise! The vibrant colours are breathtaking and will leave you wanting to come back every year.
We start by paddling out to our campsite where we will basecamp for two nights, giving us the opportunity to hike Silver Peak, named because of the silvery/white gleam the white quartzite gives off in the afternoon sunshine… a beautiful sight to behold. The 5.5km hike up to Silver Peak can be challenging but very rewarding with a spectacular view from top. Everyone will enjoy this trip from first time paddlers seeking to enjoy the autumn scenery, to photographers seeking the ultimate fall shot.
We acknowledge that the Killarney Provincial Park is on the traditional territories of the Anishinabek and Mississauga Nations and is recognized under the Robinson-Huron (Treaty 61, 1850) Treaties. We recognize that we are visitors to this land.
Upcoming Adventure Dates
- All meals (from Lunch Day 1 – Lunch Day 3)
- Group equipment
- Canoes, paddles, PFD’s
- Professional guides
- All safety equipment (SAT phone, first aid kit, rescue kits)
- Tents & Thermarests
- Interior camping permits
- Parking for the duration of the trip
- Transportation to and from the trip rendez-vous point
- Guide Gratuities