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An Early Season Canoe Trip In Algonquin Provincial Park

Canoeing in Algonquin Park in the Early Season

Early season canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park is a great way to put stagnant paddling muscles to use. Ontario’s premier wilderness canoeing destination gets more popular with every passing year. Part of its appeal lies in its proximity to the Toronto - Ottawa corridor. And because it’s huge - 1.5 times the size of Prince Edward Island, there is something for every type of paddler – from easy to access lakes with busy campsites to…

Mackenzie River Guide – A Book Review

Have you ever considered paddling, either by kayak or canoe, Canada's longest river - The Mackenzie River? If you haven't, you will after reading Michelle Swallow's The Mackenzie River Guide: A Paddler's Guide to Canada's Longest River. Michelle takes you on an 1,850 kilometre journey that with good weather and moderate mileage, will take you a minimum of 48 days to complete - assuming you start in Hay River on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories…

One Of The Numerous Lakes In Quetico Provincial Park

Hardcore Adventure Travel in Quetico Provincial Park

Quetico Provincial Park is one of the premier hardcore adventure travel canoe spots in North America and possibly the world. This is due to its pristine beauty and remote access. Only 20,000 people visit this park annually, so it is possible to travel for days sometimes without seeing another person. The terrain consists of mile after mile of cobalt blue lakes with water so pure that no filtration system is needed. Just dip a canteen…

Getting Out Before The Rapids On The River Of Golden Dreams

River of Golden Dreams Canoe Trip

I had the pleasure of canoeing the River of Golden Dreams for a few hours while on a June trip to Whistler. It's an easy paddle - even for the novice - and the perfect summertime activity. Put your canoe (or kayak) in at Alta Lake - and check out the cottages as you look for the opening to the River of Golden Dreams across the lake. You pass the original site of Myrtle and…

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