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Learn to Kayak or Canoe - HUMBER RIVER Adventure (Sun, Sep 1)

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VIDEO: Humber River Kayak/ Canoe Lesson - Aug. 2012

Looking for a way to enjoy the great outdoors without leaving the city? How about a guided kayaking/ canoeing tour on the Humber River, minutes away from public transit?

At this event you will be provided with a 30-minute beginners lesson before you embark on your scenic paddle of Toronto’s wildlife-packed slow-moving Humber River.

The Humber is a slow moving scenic river that meanders through forest and marsh. On this adventure we see plant and wildlife rarely seen in the city. We often see more wildlife on the Humber River then we see on our trips to Algonquin Park. We regularly see: Canada Geese, Swans, Ducks, White Egrets, Blue Heron, Night Heron, Cormorants, many types of Raptors, Beaver, Mink, Muskrat, Deer, Fox, Coyote, Raccoon, Salmon, Trout, Carp, Bass, Catfish, and many types of Turtles!

A Great Way to Learn, Socialize, and Enjoy The Great Outdoors!

Price: $36.00 Special rate for our group (Includes taxes and $2 transaction fee);

Regular Price: $70.00

How to pay:

If you use PayPal, just RSVP "Yes", and you will be directed to our group's PayPal page. OR contact the organizer via Meetup to discuss a different payment method. CLICK HERE to send an Email ( RSVP Deadline: Mon, Aug. 26th

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What’s Included:

All equipement provided including, Lifejacket(s), Boat, Paddle(s), and more! 30 Minute Kayaking or Canoeing Lesson. 1.5 Hr Self Guided Tour of Toronto’s Humber River. What to Bring: Water (500ML), Snacks, Sunscreen, bug repellant, Spare shoes/clothes/towel to leave in someone's car in case you tip over, sealed plastic bag (for cell phone, etc.). Camera if you are a confident kayaker.

What to Wear: Dress for the weather. Your feet may get wet or a bit muddy.

Post Event: Refreshments at a Bloor West Pub (OPTIONAL).

Weather Policy: In the event of harsh weather, this hike will be cancelled, and you will get a refund for your payment.

This tour is offered by a third-party vendor with whom we have organized many outdoor events such as kayaking/ canoeing, sailing, camping, hiking and snowshoeing.


TTC : 5 - 10 Minute Walk From Old Mill Station

Go To Old Mill TTC Subway Station,

which is located at the corner of Bloor Steet West and Old Mill Trail. (west of Jane St.)

- when you exit Old Mill Station

- turn RIGHT on Old Mill Trail,

- at stop sign turn RIGHT n Old Mill Road,

- you will now see the Old Mill Inn & Spa on your right hand side. Do not cross river.

- turn right into Kingsmill Park which is the road leading south next to the Old Mill Inn

- Kingsmill Park is located between the Old Mill Inn and the river, on the same side of the river as the Old Mill Inn.

-Walk or drive into Kingsmill Park and you will see our Guides / Canoes / Kayaks.

- if you take a wrong turn and cannot find us simply phone us [masked]

If Driving: Click HERE for Google Map (,+Toronto,+ON&hl=en&sll=43.656877,-79.32085&sspn=0.588186,1.845703&oq=Kings+Mill+Park&hq=Kings+Mill+Park,+Toronto,+ON&t=m&z=16)

These directions will bring you to Kings Mill Park, as you enter the park you will see us on your left side, you can park in either of the parking lots to your left or right.

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