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Wesley's Camp

February 10-11th, 2024

Visit our WesleyBowGuides camp situated 121 kilometres south of Hearst, Ontario. 

With kilometres of logging roads and logged areas to go exploring and boondocking.  Your snowmobile awaits you.  With a short 12 kilometres ride from camp.  You can visit our Fire River fire tower.  Built in 1957, it’s a trip into Ontario’s past history where you can capture the beauty through the lens of camera. 

After a day of riding.  Enjoy a hot home made meal.  You can try some of our delicious wild game or a domestic meal followed with a slice of, locally picked, blueberry pie.  Top off your evening with a sauna bath with an exhilarating roll in the snow to end your day.  

Cabins accommodate 4 persons.  Each bed will have fresh linens and comfy cold weather rated sleeping bag.  Both cabins have boot dryers.   

Wake up to fresh coffee and a hearty breakfast to prepare for your venture back to Hearst.  Gluten-free meals can be provided upon request. 

Restrooms are outhouse facilities. 


 2 days trip

Starting from Hearst, we ride trails, rivers, logging roads to get to Wesley Bow Guides Camp. Sleep there and come back to Hearst on the next day. 

Groups of 8

580$ + tax each

(Does not include: Gas, oil, first day lunch )



 Guides, towing, Safety: satellite phone, tarp, first aid kit, fire, dry clothes, spare food etc...

Accommodations, dinner, breakfast, lunch on second day



Snowmobile (In good condition), 3 gallons of gas strapped to your snowmobile, personal effects, food and snacks, liquor for at the camp only, spare belt, spare Oil, cash to pay other expenses


  • If a snowmobile breaks down, one of our guides will pull you all the way to closest road access. We will then have someone from town come pick up you and your sled at additional cost.

  • You will need a caddie for gas. 

  • Recommended sleds: Long track 137"-146"

  • All gas expenses are snowmobilers’ responsibility.

  • 20% deposit when booking. No reimbursement. Can book another year or try to sell spot. Balance due a few weeks before trip latest the night before the trip. 

Your guides

Dany Gratton

Dany started guiding in 2003 by offering his famous snowmobile tours to Moosonee. Dany is well known in is community to be the "coureur des bois".  He has over 35 years of experience riding trail and off-trails. He likes to always have a safe trip with his friends or clients. He likes to show the beautiful wilderness of Northern Ontario.

Mylène Coulombe-Gratton

Mylène has been riding since she was born with her father. She did the Moosonee trip when she was 13. She can ride! Mylène went to work and to school by snowmobile as soon as she turns 12. She has been guiding with her father for 3 years and planning those trips for 5 years. With her experience, leader skills and knowledge, you will be in great hands. 

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