Camp session: Northern Ontario 14-Day Passages for Boys (Outward Bound Canada)
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Northern Ontario 14-Day Passages for Boys

By: Outward Bound Canada  []

Outward Bound Canada

Program and Sessions Details:


Overnight Camp


Adventure (multi)

Age (Gender):

14 - 15 (All Boys)



Special needs support:

Not all campers have special needs

Contact Camp:

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For boys aged 14-15, this 14-day passage features canoeing and camping in breathtaking Northern Ontario.

Gain skills to help you succeed in high school by joining other male-identifying teens for a challenging wilderness adventure. The course is designed to help you explore what kind of person you want to become, teach you how to take charge of your life and realize you are capable of more than you think. 

This expedition allows you to share a common experience with male-identifying teens. If you identify as non-binary, you are also welcome to join the passage for girls’ or boys’ groups depending on what you feel best suits you or consider the 2SLGBTQ+ expedition.


Algonquin Park is located within the traditional territories of the Omàmìwininìwag and Anishinabewaki Peoples. Your group will travel along ancient canoe routes surrounded by maple-covered hills and rocky ridges.

You will navigate flatwater in a canoe, learning the strokes and rescue techniques along the way. Everything you need for the expedition will be brought with you. The skills developed on the voyage include paddling strokes, map reading and navigation, camp skills, Leave No Trace, and teamwork and leadership.  This route may include portages where you will need to work as a team to carry your equipment.

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Session Dates & Locations:

    Jul 21 - Aug 01, 2022
Huntsville, ON
20 Park Dr

Character Development:

  • Responsibility: Participants will step out of the comfort of daily routines and into an adventurous and exciting, yet foreign and uncertain environment. Using the course's challenges, instructors will teach participants how to transfer the skills they learned to their everyday lives.
  • Interpersonal skills: Participants will create a strong sense of community with their peers as they travel through the wilderness, learning how to work together to accomplish daily tasks and make decisions.

Special Needs Support: (Not all campers have special needs)

Mild Support       Specialized programming

  • Aspergers Syndrome
  • Autism/Pervasive development delay
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Down Syndrome
  • Dyslexia
  • Hearing loss
  • Intellectual disability
  • Physical Disability
  • Tourettes Syndrome
  • Troubled Teens
  • Vision loss
Mild Support       Specialized programming

Activities at this Session:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

  • Canoeing
  • Cooking
  • First-aid/lifesaving
  • Hiking
  • Instructor lead (group)
  • Leadership Training
  • Mindfulness Training
  • Nature/Environment
  • Photography
  • Social Justice
  • Swimming
  • Travel
  • Wilderness Out-tripping
  • Wilderness Skills
  • Writing
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive logo

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