Temikaming Sibi

Paddle on one of the most important waterways of the Anishnabe people to a beautiful waterfall tucked into a steep mountain! Our guide will demonstrate Algonquin tradition and share history, language and legends that’ll leave you curious to learn more. 

Trip Details

This guided tour is approximately 4/5 hours long with a total paddling distance of 7-10km, depending on weather and group preference. Once there, guests can enjoy exploring the falls through swimming and hiking.  This tour is great for adventurous families with children who can swim on their own, or approximately 8 years +.  Lunch options are available for an extra fee. Meals are prepared in a food safe kitchen and dietary restrictions can be accommodated.


10:am Meet at launch site and go over canoe/kayak operation and safety procedures

10:20am Depart for the waterfalls

12:00pm Lunch and/or exploring the falls

12:30pm Depart for Launch Site

2:00pm Arrive 



Not only are we a safety precaution for the less experienced paddlers, our guides share tradition, knowledge and language of the Algonquin People.

Groups 2-5 people: $90.00 per person 

Groups 6-10 people: $80.00 per person

Add On Options:

Wild Charcuterie: Bison, Elk and Venison cured meats paired sweet and savory local delights and a drink

Add $80 for 2 people min., $35 per extra persons

Lunch Box Options:

Adult Lunch Box includes wrap, salad, dessert and drink

Add $20 per person

Child Lunch Box includes wrap, salad, dessert and drink

Add $10.00 per child

Things to bring

Hat, sunglasses, sunblock, bottle of water, bug jacket and/or repellent, secure closed toe shoes you don’t mind getting wet, water proof case/pack, spare change of clothes, toilette paper and camera phone. Rain gear if no chance of thunder storms.

We Provide Canoe/kayak, PFDs with whistle, paddles, throw line, bailer and first aid kit. If you’ve chosen a lunch option, we provide all eating and cleaning equipment