North Star Nature Walks Brier Island

Guided walking tours to discover the natural beauty of Brier Island.

Tour highlights may include seals, lighthouses birds, plants, geology seascaped and sea life. Tours can be tailored to individual interests, such as photography tours

Regular tours last an average of 2-2.5 hours and cost $30 per person. Half-day tours $50 per person. Cash only please. (ATM located at general store)

Minimum of 2 persons and a maximum of 6 persons. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Tours depart at 8:45am and 1:45pm sharp from Brier Island Lodge. Other times also possible according to availability. You are responsibile for your own transportation from the lodge.

What to wear and bring.

1) Appropriate footwear, hiking boots, rubber boots or running shoes, with socks. (NO sandals or flip flops)

2) Hat, bug repellent, water bottle, sunscreen, light jacket or windbreaker, and a light sweater. Dress according to weather

Anyone with a medical condition
Please take the condition into consideration before signing up, and inform your guide or another participant

Please also take into consideration the difficulty of the trail and your ability to complete it

To book a Tour or for General Inquiries
Please contact guide, Robert J. Galbraith at:
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(514) 602-5248 (text)
or through Brier Island Lodge at 1-800-662-8355 

If possible, please reserve by 6pm the prevvious day, especially for the morning tour

Rob is a professional photojournalist and accomplished nature photographer with over 30 years experience. His photos are available for sale at Brier Island Lodge and the Ice House Gift Shop
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