Base Camp 35 is an Outdoor Adventure Company offering unforgettable action packed weekends!
The Base Camp 35 vision started in the year 2000 when Lorne Foisy enrolled in the 10 month Leadership Development Program at Medeba Adventure Learning Center in the Haliburton Highlands. Focusing on Outdoor Adventure Programming, Lorne quickly developed a passion for the vertical world of rock and ice climbing. After the successful completion of the program, he pursued his dreams of the mountains taking up residence in the Canadian Rockies. Becoming an ACMG certified top rope climbing instructor, he began instructing for the Tim Horton Children’s Ranch. Moving back to Haliburton in 2016, Lorne desires to spread his passion for climbing with others. If you are signing up for a climbing adventure, you are sure to have a great experience!
Base Camp 35 is an adventure based business that gives you an opportunity to safely experience adventure activities that you would not normally get the chance to do. We offer Ice Climbing in the winter seasons and Rock Climbing and Rappelling adventures in the summer.
Base camp operates within the HWY 35 corridor in the Algonquin Highlands. We have multiple locations we use for climbing based on the groups level of experience and desired adventure!
For more information place visit Basecamp35
A round of golf can always be worked into the holiday at Blairhampton Golf Course (www.blairhamptongolf.com), which has the best eighteen holes around as well as the prettiest driving range I have ever seen.
As a duffer I enjoy Lakeside Golf (www.lakesidegolf.ca), where the nine holes is enough for me and the restaurant patio overlooking the lake is my reward. Beaverbrook Golf Course (www.beaverbrookgolfcourse.com), in the town of Minden is a more challenging nine-hole course that follows the Gull River that meanders through the center of town. The true meaning of the word “highlands” will be discovered at the Haliburton Golf Course (www.haliburtongolf.com). The oldest shortest, but challenging nine holes of up and down terrain, that defines the ruggness of the Highlands, and topped off with an awesome view of Lake Kashagawigamog.
So bring your bathing suit and housecoat after a day of skiing, snowmobiling or whatever, it’s time for a dip.
If you’re interested in something for the kid’s to do, take the family to Carnarvon Family Golf and Batting Cages (www.carnarvonfamilygolf.com). They have redone the mini-put course added a par three course and have a beautiful driving range for you to practice your driving skills.
If you wish to experience the outdoors on a grander scale ‘Yours Outdoors’ (http://www.yoursoutdoors.ca/) can connect you with all that the Haliburton Highlands has to offer.
Yours Outdoors has many experience packages that show allow you to experience the many things that Haliburton Highlands has to offer. Programs include “Gone to Pot”, “Peddle your Arts” and many more.
Haliburton Forest has lots of things to do including visiting the wolf center or taking a walk in the clouds on the canopy tour
The canopy tour overlooking the forest at Haliburton Forest (http://www.haliburtonforest.com/activities/canopy-tour) reservations are a must for the view of a lifetime.
Haliburton Forest has the Wolf Centre where people can learn about the master of our forests. View the wolf’s from the observation room, watch them bask in the sun.
Back Country Tours offers ATV rentals and they deliver ATV’s to your cottage or take a guiding ATV service.
Call Back Country Tours for details or contact them on line.
Special Back Country Tours a ATV Rental Price available for Sandy Lane Resort
Springtime is the best time year to see the larger animals of the Highlands, bears, moose and deer, especially in the internationally known Algonquin Park (http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/).
Sandy Lane is only a short forty-minute drive from the west gate of the park. Go for a drive; visit the highly informative information pavilion that explains everything about Algonquin Park. The logging museum at the east gate of the park is worth the drive. It is a self-guided walk through the bush with stations and displays of the logging history in the park and the surrounding area. It’s quite a neat thing to do.
The Dorset Fire tower is a hopping spot in from Mid May until Mid October.
The fire tower sits on a large rock outcropping overlooking the village of Dorset and Lake of Bays. It offers a great view of the area and with the fall colours it’s a camera lovers paradise.