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If your definition of wildlife refers to aggressive shoppers and temperamental commuters, it's time for a change of scenery. Today's WagJag offers city dwellers a dose of excitement: $25 for an easy paddle boarding lesson and rental at Sunnyside Beach from Toronto Adventures (a $50 value). Coast along the flat waters of West Toronto's Sunnyside Beach on a stand-up paddle board this summer. This ancient version of surfing is a particularly apt one for newbies, easily picked up in under an hour and not dependent on tide conditions or athletic experience to enjoy. This two-hour experience begins with a 30-minute lesson by an experienced instructor who demonstrates proper technique and use of all gear, all of which is provided for rental use with this offer. After learning to board, students are taken on a scenic guided paddle of Sunnyside Beach, followed by a playful skill-testing quiz about the area and some free time for exploration. Sessions are subject to weather conditions, but are generally available on all weekdays (or for an extra fee, on Saturdays and Sundays).
Choose Between Two Options $25 for an introductory lesson and rental of a single kayak for one (a $49.95 value) $50 for an introductory lesson and rental of a tandem kayak for two (a $99.95 value) All tours include choice between a one person kayak or a tandem kayak, life jackets and equipment for each person. Each aquatic exploit, which is ideal for beginners of all ages and those who enjoy the outdoors, begins with an introduction to kayaking or canoeing lesson, during which experienced professors of the paddle will review the basics of the vessel and how to navigate ...
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Includes a 5-hour introductory Snowshoeing course in Bruce Trail. Includes transportation to and from the event start location from Toronto's Old Mill TTC Station (free parking available nearby). Snowshoes included for duration of the event. Light Snack and Hot Chocolate included. Valid on weekends only. Max 10 per person and 10 as gifts. Reservations required and subject to availability. Book Online at http://www.torontoadventures.ca/ or call 416.536.2067. Warm clothing highly recommended. Availability subject to weather. Taxes not included, payable at time of redemption. Cannot be redeemed before February 01, 2013.
Knowing how to snowshoe is sure to come in handy at some point: from going on that Arctic exploration you've always dreamed of, to just being able to escape the house when you get snowed in with the rowdy cousins at Christmas time. Seize hold of a deal that will show you the ropes and ensure you have fun in the process with today's Teambuy: $35 for a 5-Hour Intro to Snowshoeing Lesson and Tour at Bruce Trail with Transportation from Toronto Adventures. With experienced instructors who offer an encouraging atmosphere, this course teaches you everything you need to know to feel confident braving the wintry outdoors settings, as well as providing you with some delicious treats afterwards. Foster that intrepid spirit of adventure with a class that's perfect for beginners eager to learn, or those who just want to brush up their skills. Seize this exclusive opportunity today and trek towards a good time that will also leave you with the know-how you need to weather the winter weather!
You pine for excitement this summer, but sitting in traffic on Highway 401 is the most action you've seen in a while. Climb out of the urban jungle and into a kayak for a two-hour experience on the Humber or Rouge River with today's deal from Toronto Adventures: pay $25 (regularly $50) for a one-person kayak rental or $50 (regularly $100) for a two-person kayak rental. Want a sea-worthy vessel with a little more legroom? Pay $50 (regularly $100) for a regular canoe rental that seats two adults and one child, or pay $75 (regularly $150) for a large family canoe rental that holds up to three adults and one child or two adults and three children. You'll meet at either Kings Mill Park to take on the Humber River or Glenn Rouge Campground to meander down the Rouge River at 3 or 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, and a trained and highly regarded guide will lead you down these calm waters, pointing out sitings of Canadian geese, coyotes, salmon, blue herons, and more as you go -- making this a true journey into the wild. Want more? Check out Toronto Adventures on Facebook.
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