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Trip plans for your adventures
These will typically appear a few days before the adventure
Advanced Navigation
April 20, 2024
Intro to Navigation
April 14, 2024
Crawford Lake
April 13, 2024
2024 Eclipse Trip
April 8, 2024
Limberlost Hike
April 7, 2024
Centennial Ridges
March 30, 2024
Hamilton Waterfall, Donut & Brewery Tour
March 23, 2024
Mono Cliffs Hike
March 17, 2024
Bruce Peninsula Day Trip
March 16, 2024
Secret Hike & Mystery Adventure
March 9, 2024
Fire & Ice Skating and Hike at Arrowhead
February 24, 2024
Nature Hike at Tommy Thompson Park
February 17, 2024
Secret Hike + Winter Clothing Clinic
February 11, 2024
Winter Camping in Wild Temagami
February 17, 2024
Cross-Country Skiing
February 4, 2024
McCrae Lake Hike
February 3, 2024
☃️ Snowtubing and Pub Lunch 🍻
January 28, 2024
Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding at Mt St Louis Moonstone
March 2, 2024
Mystery Location - Winter Hike
January 13, 2024
Hardy Lake Hike
March 24, 2024
New Years Eve Log Cabin Getaway
December 30, 2023
Festive Farm Visit & Hike
December 16, 2023
Muskoka River Loop & High Falls
December 3, 2023
Epic Panoramas & Famous Waterfalls
December 3, 2023
Archery Lesson and Lunch
November 26, 2023
The Wilder Loop
December 9, 2023
Halloween Hike, Bonfire and Pizza Party 👻🍕
October 26, 2023
Goats, Monsters and Port Hope
November 11, 2023
Bronte Creek - Free Hike
November 25, 2023
Mindfulness Hike
November 18, 2023
The Best of Muskoka
November 5, 2023
Highland Creek Hike
October 15, 2023
Overnight Backcountry Camping Trip
October 14, 2023
Secret Mountain Hike
October 7, 2023
Rouge Valley Hike
September 30, 2023
Fall Colour and Caves
October 28, 2023
Introduction to Sustainable Fall Foraging
September 17, 2023
Frontenac Fall Colours Hike
October 1, 2023
Scottsdale Farm and Silver Creek hike
September 24, 2023
Humber Hike and Salmon Run
September 16, 2023
Apple Picking and Hike
September 9, 2023
Don Valley Guided Nature Hike
September 4, 2023
Humber River Canoe and Group Picnic
September 3, 2023
Beaver Valley Mega Hike
August 27, 2023
HP Treasure Hunt
August 26, 2023
ALM Summer Social
August 30, 2023
CNE Social
August 24, 2023
Canoe Camping on Ragged Lake
August 18, 2023
Hiking the Crack
August 13, 2023
Caves and Creemore
October 22, 2023
Forks of the Credit
August 19, 2023
Movie Night
August 3, 2023
Stony Lake Hike and Waterfall
July 30, 2023
Old Growth Secret Hike
July 29, 2023
Backcountry Canoe Camping in Algonquin
August 5, 2023
Elora Gorge Tubing
July 15, 2023
Secret Location Wilderness Hike
July 9, 2023
Secret Location Rural Hike
July 8, 2023
Bruce Peninsula Backcountry Camping
June 30, 2023
Pride Parade Hike and Farm Visit
June 17, 2023
Point Pelee
June 18, 2023
Hockley Valley Hike
June 17, 2023
Introduction to Spring Foraging
June 11, 2023
Toronto Island Paddle and Picnic
June 10, 2023
Twilight Horse Ride & BBQ
June 8, 2023
Algonquin Backcountry Camping
June 3, 2023
Bruce Peninsula camping
May 27, 2023
Learn to Canoe
May 13, 2023
Victoria Day Camping at Bon Echo
May 20, 2023
Jacob's Ladder Hike at Mono Cliffs
May 6, 2023
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Partner Benefits

We work with partners of shared values to offer exclusive benefits and discounts to our members through the WU partnership program. If you think of anyone that could be a good partner for our community, please let us know!

Note: Partner Benefits are not accessible by trial members.

Our relationship with Hardwood gives you access to discounted season tickets and day passes for XC skiing, fat biking, snowshoeing and more!

Benefit Type: 20% off all trail passes and ticket packs



Canadian outerwear brand northern Sun offers high performing gear that will take you from the city to your next adventure. Discounts available for Wilderness Union members.

Benefit Type: 40% off all products at regular price



We've partnered with Woolove to offer you premium Merino Wool base layers at affordable prices to meet the demands of an active outdoor lifestyle.

Benefit Type: 20% off all products at regular price



Thesus, our Canadian outdoor footwear partner, is committed to making socially and environmentally progressive outdoor footwear that helps you #BeOutside.

Benefit Type: 15% off all products



Decathlon logo

We've partnered with Decathlon Vaughan to offer outdoor gear and clothing workshops along with exclusive discounted shopping events for Wilderness Union members.

Website: Benefit Type:
10-20% In-Store Discount of all products


Shopping Events To Come

Member Safety & Code of Conduct
We want every member to feel safe and treat each other with respect. Our code of conduct outlines what's expected of our members and what you can do if you need support.

It’s extremely important to us that Wilderness Union is a safe, respectful and welcoming community. We’ve worked hard to make this a reality, from vetting each of our members to giving you opportunities to meet everyone before you head out on adventures together. 

We’re proud that our group reflects Toronto. We’re incredibly diverse and want you to feel you can be your true self with whatever orientations and identities make you who you are. We are committed to providing an atmosphere where everyone can enjoy the outdoors free from harassment, discrimination, and misconduct. We therefore want to provide some clear expectations about your behaviour in the group, what you can do if a problem does arise and how we will deal with it.

These guidelines apply to all members whether at a Wilderness Union sanctioned event or otherwise, including socials or other events organized within the Wilderness Union Discord.

The TLDR? Don’t be a jerk, don’t be a creep. If someone is, let us know!

Harassment Definition:

Harassment is any unwanted physical, verbal, or written conduct that interferes with an individual’s employment, education, participation in a social or recreational activity, or personal safety.

Sexual Harassment Definition:

Sexual harassment is a form of harassment that involves unwanted sexual advances and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.Both of these definitions extend to making people feel uncomfortable. We expect you to be sensitive about your behaviour and how it impacts others.

What to do if someone has made you feel uncomfortable or you have concerns about another member:

We want to know about it and are committed to dealing with issues as quickly as possible.

We have Member Care Ambassadors who you can contact any time and will deal with any concerns sensitively and in confidence.You can message the ambassadors on Discord - Currently Isaac (Wilderness Union’s founder) and Britania. You can also find the Member Care Ambassadors under Roles in Discord’s Member tab.

If you talk with Britania, she will pass on your concern to Isaac without divulging your identity (unless you give her permission to do so). Isaac will then decide on the best course of action, discussing it with you first if you’ve agreed to share your name.We understand that you may want to keep certain things private, or perhaps you don’t want a situation escalated. Depending on the severity of the situation, Wilderness Union management may need to act for the wellbeing of other members. We’ll let you know how we plan to deal with a situation and take every reasonable precaution to maintain your anonymity in that process. 


Any members found to have behaved inappropriately risk being expelled from the group, depending on the severity of the issue and the wishes of the complainants. 


Everyone makes mistakes. Own it when you do, learn from it and move on. It’s when you don’t learn and continue the behaviour that it turns into harassment and becomes unacceptable.

There are specific people you can talk to any time you have concerns who will listen non-judgmentally and take those concerns seriously.

Paying attention to this will help ensure that Wilderness Union continues to be the safe, supportive environment that you already know and love!