Tory Patenaude is a true 'renaissance' educator. With deep wilderness experience and the ability to move between diverse worlds make him a unique guide for participants on a quest.
Having spent his early years growing up in the bush, it's no surprise Troy is now an ACMG-certified guide. He also operates a family-run eco-tourism lodge! When he's not guiding for Outward Bound, Troy handles the practical work of building log homes, fixing solar power systems and tackling the various tasks required to maintain a remote, off-the-grid wilderness centre.
Troy is also well known in international, academic circles as a leading scholar of the 18th century poet and artist, William Blake.
Strongly connected to his Métis heritage, Troy has a gift for helping his course participants feel at home in wild places and for guiding them through their own inner journeys of self-discovery. This summer, Troy will be guiding Life Compass Odyssey in August and Mountain Passages for Boys -- which departs in just five days!
Will Troy be your instructor? Enroll today!