Book by the latest, 2 pm the day before (e.g. on Friday afternoon, before the Saturday tour)!
Once booked, your tour guide will greet you 15 minutes before your scheduled tour start, in the ‘Seek Adventure & Tours HQ,’ which is located on the 2nd floor of the Finnish Labour Temple, at 314 Bay St.
At the HQ, you will receive any outfitting needed* before driving in a van to the trailhead.
*Outfitting available to borrow, free of charge: backpack, reusable water bottle + poncho/umbrella (in case of rain).
Seek Adventure & Tours HQ
Begin in a National Historic building, where you will be outfitted for the hike. Receive a brief overview of the itinerary, before we depart for the drive to our destination.
Eg - Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park
Visit the 'Niagara Falls' of the north - and experience these beautiful water falls on the historic Kaministiquia River. Hike to Little Falls, and picnic along the shores.
Other natural areas are possible!
There are boundless other possibilities for exploring the spectacular natural areas on the northshore of Lake Superior (e.g. Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, or LRCA areas!)
Yes. We welcome children 9+ on most tours, with a few exceptions (e.g. the ‘Superior Happy Hour(s)’ Tour), as listed in the tour descriptions.
FYI – If the tour includes a tasting of an alcoholic beverage, there will be options for a small tasting of a non-alcoholic beverage to all guests under 19 years of age, and, for those who would prefer.
If you are interested in a family adventure, that is child-friendly (including smaller children and/or infants), or even a fun birthday-party – consider booking a private/custom tour that will cater to young foodies, adventurers and/or hikers!
Please contact us, as we’d love to co-create a fun, educational and kid-friendly private walking food tour catered to your interests – either in town, or in a nearby natural area!
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The tours are held rain, shine, or snow.
We advise you to check the weather conditions for your days event, and dress appropriately. In the winter months, this includes sturdy, warm footwear appropriate for snow/ice conditions.
In the summer months, we can lend umbrellas (for urban tours) or ponchos (for guided hikes) if you do not have your own.
FYI – Please note: even in the summer months, here in Thunder Bay, onshore wind off Lake Superior can be very chilly!
For all tours:
+ For Urban neighbourhood walking food tours:
+ For hiking + picnic adventures:
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- Mary C.
"Wonderful time in Thunder Bay, thanks for a great and educational tour Sue! "