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Outward Bound Canada
Burk's Falls, , P0A 1C0
Phone: 1-888-OUTWARD (688-9273)
Fax: 705.224.5959

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An Outward Bound expedition is more than just canoeing, kayaking and mountaineering. It's an adventure in the classic sense of the word. It's about dealing with the unknown. It's about meeting challenges. And it's about learning. Learning about yourself, about others, about the environment, and most of all, about your potential.

Since 1969, over 80,000 people have taken part in an Outward Bound experience in Canada. Our courses compel you to dig deep. With encouragement and support, you transcend the illusion of limitations, and find new strength and confidence within yourself. It's a total workout for the body, mind and spirit.

Outward Bound courses are challenging, exhilarating journeys that take place in Canada's most beautiful wilderness - the majestic peaks of BC's Coast Mountains, the scenic inlets and ancient rainforest of Clayoquot Sound, the remote and historic waterways of northern Ontario and Quebec's boreal forests, and the Bay of Fundy's world-renowned tides and towering cliffs.

The wilderness will be your classroom. The lakes, rivers, forests, mountains, and oceans provide the challenges. Some of these challenges will be physical - launching a sea kayak into the rolling waves of Georgian Bay, climbing a rugged peak, or portaging a canoe through a sun-dappled forest. Other challenges are more subtle, such as developing your leadership skills or learning to work effectively as a member of a team. As the course progresses your technical and decision-making abilities grow, offering the opportunity to shift responsibilities from the instructors to you and your group.

The rewards come from meeting these challenges and accomplishing what you thought was impossible. Students not only learn the technical skills demanded by travel in the wilderness, they also develop long-lasting attributes that are the hallmark of Outward Bound - adaptability, courage, resilience, responsibility, persistence, integrity, compassion, service to community, and the ability to work well with others - qualities that will last a lifetime.


Camp Type:
Day  Travel Tour
Year Established:
Age of Campers:
8 to All years old
$650 - $1000/wk (Please contact camp for exact pricing.)
Nearest Large City:


  • Academic
  • General Sports
  • Leadership
  • Hiking Day outings
  • Kayaking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Ropes Course
  • Wilderness


(Please contact camp directly for updated session schedule.)

EcoVenture for Kids ages 8-13 at Burk's Falls ON

July 17- 2,2 2007, July 17-28, July 23-28, July 31-Aug 5, July 31-Aug11, Aug 6-12, Aug 14-25, Aug 20-25, 2007

Youth Courses:

Bay of Fundy Multi-Element Discovery  July 4–24, 2007

Clayoquot Strathcona Multi-Element Discovery

    July 2-22, 2007 Aug. 5-25, 2007

Connecting With Courage for Girls

     July 11-27, Aug.12-28, 2007

James Bay River Leadership Expedition  

     Aug.1-30, 2007

Lake Superior Multi-Element Adventure Aug. 5-25, 2007

Passages for Boys  July 11-27, Aug. 12-28, 2007

Rocky Mountain Adventure July 7-23, Aug. 7-23 2007

Rocky Mountain Discovery July 4-24, Aug 4-24, 2007

Spring Break Dogsledding in Algonquin Park

    Mar.11-18, 2007

White Water Discovery  July 6-26,  Aug. 5-25, 2007

Wild Watershed Adventure

     July 5-25, July 6-26, Aug 3-23, 2007


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