Moose Safari

Hanging With The Park's Largest Mammal

Meet a Canadian favourite in person


If searching for the iconic Canadian moose is on the agenda, this package delivers the best opportunity within Woodland Caribou National Park for multiple sightings of these majestic mammals.

Your route begins along the world-famous Gammon River system, a nutrient-rich clay cap that provides lush growth and food for these large mammals. Travelling through mixed forest of Birch, Poplar, Jack Pine, and Black Spruce, moose can be found in abundance along the entirety of this route.

Along the way, experience incredible walleye and northern pike fishing, marvel at over a dozen waterfalls, and visit 2 locations of First Nations pictograph sites. Other boreal dwelling wildlife encountered along this route are wolves, black bears, caribou, beavers, bald eagles, great grey owls, and a host of songbirds.

If you're looking for a trip under 7 days that delivers the best opportunities for large wildlife mixed with great fishing and a relaxing pace, this is the package for you!

Trip Details


  • Logistics: Boat in/fly out
  • Distance: 48 km
  • Physical Rating: Moderate
  • Camping Style: Backcountry / tent
  • Accommodations: First & last night hotel in Red Lake, Ont.
  • Highlights: High density of moose, First Nations pictographs, world-class fishing.
  • Duration: 6 Days
  • Group Size: 2 to 9 people
Your Route:

Douglas, Hatchet, Embryo, Telescope, Optic, Glenn, Hansen, Rostoul, Gammon, Royd

What's Included:

This package features our Complete Outfitting package. Included is an in-depth route consultation and trip plan, all camping equipment, ultra-light kevlar canoes, safety equipment, all meals, satellite phone, park permits, all shuttles to park access points, maps, first and last night hotel, pre/post trip dinner.

6 Day Trip

From

$1799

Add A Guide + $800 / person

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Testimonials

Fish Species


Walleye

Lake Trout

Northern Pike


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Give us a call at 807-727-9797 or email us at [email protected] .

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