AUGUST 11th – 13th

Imagine yourself experiencing the peace and serenity of nature with great company, while balancing your mind, body and spirit on a yoga vacation getaway?

Wild + Well is a beautiful balance of yoga, meditation, kayaking, SUPing and hiking in Algonquin Park.

Practice sun salutations as the mist rises on the water at the yoga platform. Hike in the sunshine and take in all that Mama Nature has to offer. Challenge yourself to take your practice onto a stand up paddle board, and take a slow, sweet tour in a canoe or kayak, while listening to the breeze blow through the towering white pines all around you.

In the evening, chill out in the wood fired sauna, replenish yourself with a restorative yin practice, end the night with a bonfire and make your way into your cabin for the sweetest of sleeps.


  • Three days, two nights shared accommodation
  • Sunrise and sunset yoga classes
  • Yoga nidra and meditation classes
  • SUP, canoeing and kayaking adventures
  • Lakefront wood fired sauna hangouts
  • Healthy, nourishing local food
  • Swimming, mountain biking, hiking and more!



$679 + tax per person

($229 night/lodging + $220 programming fee)


Connecting with Nature in beautiful Algonquin Park 

Activities and Waterfront

The Edge waterfront on Kawawaymog Lake is absolutely GORGEOUS with a sandy bottom that is perfect for swimming and playing! The floating platform is the perfect place for our morning meditation and yoga practice, or just chilling out with a good book. Equipment is included and available for free time including canoes, kayaks, bicycles, and stand up paddle boards. In the evenings we will enjoy a wood fired sauna and the fire pit.


Accommodations at the Edge are simple yet sweet and cozy, providing a amazing rustic experience in comfortable beds with feather duvets! Guest sleep in cabins designed in harmony with the forests landscape and 2 nights shared accommodations are included. If you are travelling with a friend you may request to be roommates!


Mealtime at the Edge is DA BOMB!!!! Chef Gregor is WORLD RENOWNED and will completely dazzle your taste buds through the preparation of globally far-flung tastes with provincially produced foods. While seasonal menus are inspired by flavours from afar, the Edge prepares meals with ingredients raised closer to home. Some grown veggies from their garden and from local farms, including locally raised organic meat and fair trade coffee. Meals take into account specialty food restrictions for health and personal reasons ensuring each individual’s needs are looked after. Just let us know in advance and we’ll hook you up!


The Edge has low carbon, sustainable, eco-friendly facilities and was recognized by TripAdvisor as a PLATINUM LEVEL GreenLeader for their outstanding commitment to sustainable tourism operations and eco-friendly practices. Living closer to and in respectful harmony with the natural world makes a stay at the Edge less like a resort stay, and more like a visit to the home of a friend; a friend who lives on a lake in the forest with a great garden, who cooks with passion and loves going on adventures.

Points North: a gathering area for retreat programs, featuring an earth roof, solutube skylights, in floor radiant heating, a bright studio space, a cafe/lounge, and full bathrooms and showers.

Mainhouse Lodge: Facing Kawawaymog Lake, the mainhouse has a main floor dining room, kitchen and serving area with a beautiful gathering studio upstairs.


Algonquin Park is often referred to as the Gem of the Ontario Parks system. Ontario’s oldest and largest provincial park, Algonquin Park holds a special place in the heart of many naturalists, canoeists and backcountry solitude seekers. Algonquin Park is the natural destination of choice for visitors to Ontario looking to spend quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Algonquin Park is almost 8000 square kilometres of lakes, streams, rivers, bogs, forests in the rugged Canadian Shield. Home to abundant wildlife, the parks most famous residents include moose, wolves and black bears. Many smaller mammals including playful river otters, foxes, chipmunks, squirrels and raccoons and a wide variety of waterfowl including osprey, herons, and loons are often seen by park visitors.

Canoeing is the best way to navigate Algonquin Park with over 1500 km of canoe routes that follow lakes, streams and portage trails throughout the park’s interior.

The Almaguin Highlands Forgotten Trails are well signed and easily accessible without a vehicle by guests at the Edge. Hiking trails range from one to six km in length. The Tower trail boasts a spectacular outlook over the rolling hills, especially in the autumn when fall colours are at their peak.

Basically, the place is the absolute BEST and we are so excited to share it with you!


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