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Sample a Taste of Everything in Muskoka

“They will tear you apart if you call it The Muskokas.” As I referred to it during our lunch in Huntsville. “It is Muskoka, not The Muskokas” as I’ve been foolishly referring to it for years! There you go, and now you know. Either way, Muskoka is beautiful and contrary to popular belief, it is open all year long!

Recently we finished a 100 km epic trek that took us way Up North to the Arctic Watershed of Lake Missinaibi in Ontario. We can’t wait to share that incredible story with you starting next week. The video is nearly done! It was one of the most intense things we’ve ever accomplished and it was a life changing experience. Now, we know that an epic adventure like that isn’t for everyone, that’s why we do them for you. But, we do know that if you head out of the city and give a few winter activities a try, you may end up falling in love with the snow and one day go on your own epic trek.

Sure, winter is cold. There is no doubt about it. But when you dress for it and get outdoors to play, it can be very comfortable. (See our winter packing list)

We set our sights on Huntsville, Ontario for our Winter Sampler. Huntsville is in the heart of cottage country and has ranked #1 by National Geographic as the Best Trips of Summer. We all know that Muskoka is the premier cottage country in Canada attracting celebrities like Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks but contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t close up after the leaves fall. As a matter a fact, winter in Muskoka is magical.

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