Local is the new exotic. We want adventure with peace of mind. A world away in our own backyard, we’ve discovered Ontario’s exhilarating Northwestern hub of activity: Thunder Bay. Surprised? Take a look at this!
1. Get off the Beaten Path. This is an astonishing all-season destination of outdoor activities. Cradled between Lake Superior and the Canadian Shield are six Provincial Parks. We reach remote lodges by floatplane and then paddle through pristine parkland to get up-close and personal with Canadian wildlife. Fall colours are spectacular. Ouimet Canyon, among other parks, is wheelchair accessible. Hike through dramatic forests like Casque Isles Trail, or surf the waves of Terrace Bay. Views are breathtaking. Winter is a paradise for every sport, from fat biking in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park to snow kiting in Mission Island Marsh, and ice climbing in Silver Harbour to ice fishing in, well, anywhere. Continue reading “8 Reasons Why Thunder Bay is the New Hot Getaway”