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Thunder Bay

The vacation you’ve been dreaming of is waiting for you on the shores of Lake Superior. Perched on the edge of the world’s largest freshwater lake and surrounded by pristine forests and rolling mountains – Thunder Bay is the gateway to some of the most exotic year-round experiences on earth. Feed your appetite for adventure in one of Canada’s Best Outdoor Cities. The perfect getaway – its in our nature!

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Thunder Bay is home to the region’s largest music festival – Thunder Bay Blues Fest

Thunder Bay is a four-season outdoor paradise and is one of the most dynamic “Cultural Capitals of Canada”. Residents and visitors of Thunder Bay enjoy the harmony of a city rich in wide-open green spaces, parks and wilderness – and a major centre for visual and performing arts, and culture. Thunder Bay provides the amenities of an urban centre while opening the gateway to outdoor adventure in Northwestern Ontario. A city with deeply rooted European and Aboriginal cultures, Thunder Bay is the sixth most culturally diverse community of its size in North America.

There’s a reason more and more avid outdoor enthusiasts choose to start and end their trophy outdoor experience in Thunder Bay. Let’s just say, it’s in our Nature.

Located on the shore of the world’s largest freshwater lake and nestled among Canada’s boreal forests and Canadian Shield, the city has everything you need to get outfitted properly for your adventure and all the urban culinary and cultural attractions to complete your memorable epic adventure.

We’re home to the world-renowned Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, one of Canada’s great natural wonders, a gateway to the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, Quetico Park and tens of thousands of great angling lakes and thousands of kilometres of wilderness trails. Experience wildlife up close like never before, canoe and kayak endless rivers and lakes and experience iconic floatplane travel to remote lodges.

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Outdoor Skills And Thrills – Ice Climbing Guided Adventures and Courses

Our ice climbing adventures and courses are designed to suit all ability levels and interests. We work closely with you to determine the dates that best meets your needs and experience level! Our focus is to help you accomplish the goals of your outing safely while learning and experiencing the magic of Northwestern Ontario ice climbing. You may want to just try ice climbing for the first time, or perhaps you have some experience but want to get out and learn more? Feel like going out for a day and really pushing your limits? Or maybe you’d like to make it an event with friends, co-workers, or loved ones? Whatever it may be, we’ll help make that a reality!

Find out more:  outdoorskillsandthrills.com

 

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