Sea Kayak Canada has been offering wilderness kayaking on Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater inland sea, since 1994
Sea Kayak Canada has been offering wilderness kayaking on Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater inland sea, since 1994. Our trips include Pukaskwa National Park, Lake Superior Provincial Park, The National Marine Conservation Reserve, Slate and Michipicoten Parks and the Lake Superior Conservation Reserve.
Trips range from 2 to 10 days in length and are designed for novice to advanced paddlers. Experiences vary from fully guided and outfitted scheduled trips, custom trips and helping do-it-yourself experienced paddlers execute their own experiences.
Our guides are certified and know the routes, the environment and our rich stories. Trip meals are hearty and delicious. Participants can choose between single or double sea kayaks. All trips begin with group training sessions and often an orientation session/meal based from our lodge B&B on Superior near Wawa, Ontario.
Groups are small typically with 6 paddlers and 2 guides. Paddle Superior and meet new friends you never knew you had.
Most trips begin with a group on water training session with Sea Kayak Canada followed by an orientation, meal and overnight at our Rock Island Lodge based on Lake Superior.
Daily paddling distances range from 8 to 20 km depending on trip skill level and we typically budget 1 day in 4 as no paddle or rest/relax days. Typically we are the water about 9 am and finish mid afternoon although conditions can vary that schedule by a lot.
Most wilderness kayaking on Lake Superior trips include wilderness camping and participants are expected to set up their own tents and assist with camp set up. Helping guides with meal preparation and clean-up is appreciated but not required.