Overnight Trips

TBN offers multi-day trips for cycling, cross-country skiing, camping, and hiking - so join us for fun, social and athletic trips full of fresh air with your TBN friends.

The following trips are planned for 2020. For more trips in 2020, visit this page again.


Bass Lake Boogie - Camping / Cycling, July 17 - 19, 2020

Stay at Bass Lake provincial park, close to Orillia for a weekend of outdoor activity.  Swim, hike, and cycle around quiet cottage county.  On road cycling routes from 40 to 100+ km will be available for each day.  See the trip description here:  Bass Lake Boogie


Tecumseth Tranquilizer - Camping / Cycling, Aug 14 - 16, 2020

Stay at Earl Rowe provincial park, close to Alliston for a weekend of outdoor activity.  Swim, hike, and cycle some of our favourite routes.  On road cycling routes from 40 to 100+ km will be available for each day.  See the trip description here:  Tecumseth Tranquilizer


FITZ HOSTEL - FALL HIKING, OCTOBER 16 - 18, 2020

Stay at the quaint Fitz Hostel in Lion's Head, on the Bruce Peninsula.  Enjoy the company of fellow enthusiasts while reveling in the fall colours and celebrating the end of summer.  The Hostel is right beside the Bruce Trail.  See the trip description here:  Fitz - Fall Hiking


Wolf den - winter, january 29 - 31, 2021

The area offers cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and hiking.  Ski in Algonquin Park, Arrowhead Provincial Park, Limberlost, or the Leslie Frost Centre.  See the trip description here:  Wolf Den Winter

 

Note: You must be registered to take part in these trips. They are not designed for day participants. For more information, and to register, click on the links to the right.


If you have an idea for an overnight trip and want to organize it, please contact weekendtrips@tbn.ca. - we can help with promotion and registration. Your feedback on trips are vital to the program. 

Cancellation Policy for Overnight Trips

Since trips are planned around a minimum number of participants, and TBN must book and pay for rooms in advance, there can be no automatic refund for people who cancel.  If TBN cancels the trip, you are entitled to a full refund. If you need to cancel your registration, and there is a person of the same sex on the waiting list, you will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of 10%.  Otherwise, it is up to you to sell your spot to someone who can occupy the room.   
  

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