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You can spend days, if not weeks, creating awesome memories in Algonquin Park. There are over kms of canoe routes and hundreds of lakes and. With 29 access points and over kms of canoe routes, Algonquin Park offers a lifetime of canoe trips. From white-water rivers to tiny trout. With years of experience Voyageur Quest knows of the best canoe route locations to paddle and camp within Algonquin Park.

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25 Incredible Ontario Canoe Routes You Need to Paddle

But it’s not just lakes; navigable rivers and tributaries are found in abundance too. Take the standard bear precautions wherever you camp. Date December 27, Goal setting for This trip takes about four days to complete, but it can be customized if you want to do the journey in less time there are 13 access points along the river.

Have you ever gone in via the Kearney access points? All this will impact your route choice. I would like to find another route such as this rroutes try out. If you can, consider a spring paddling trip around the first few weeks of May. Canoes can be rented from Canoe Algonquin www.

The river will then split again after paddling through Katherine Lake, once known as Divide Lake. Skip to content Skip to navigation Boxing week clearance: Most canoeists leave about four days for the trip.

We paddle in about 2 hours and stay on a site that I really like and have been to many many times. It looke like access pointe 3 is about km Algpnquin of Kearney which is about 40 km North of Huntsville on hwy 11 and East of Highway 11 on Hwy It takes about 4 days.


This is an excellent option for those that want to paddle, but might want a few good breaks here and there. Arowhon Pines in Algonquin Park. I believe I stayed on Little Trout Lake. This is a great introduction to wilderness canoeing.

If you get to explore farther east down the river, that’s a great place to see moose. Moose sightings are frequent, as well as cano, turtles, loon and even the occasional wolf and bear. Obviously keep a healthy distance from large animals but don’t be too concerned about moose on the water.

I have usually gone in on west side as described above, two short portages to Ralph Brice Lake or Butt lake as it was known or some of the smaller lakes around it.

This route is shorter and passes by three large waterfalls. There are some great spots for cliff jumping on these smaller lakes, but again, be sure to scout the area and look before you leap.

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25 Incredible Ontario Canoe Routes You Need to Paddle – Explore Magazine

I can’t remember to save my life. If you’re coming from the west and want to find a lake where there aren’t a lot of people in spite of not taking portages to get there, you’re better off on the park’s west side access points 2 through 4 than parj Highway 60 corridor. Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox. It is difficult to give specific route advice without knowing whether you have a park map and cnaoe previous experience you have in Algonquin Park or similar areas.

And by epic, I mean tough, but perfect for people who want a more physically challenging journey.

Date December 14, Is magnetwan the access point where you drive down a stone road for like 20 minutes and on routfs lake there is a really long narrow dock? Taxes, fees not included for deals content. I am looking to do a different route than I have done in the past. Shooting these rapids, though exciting, can get pretty intense, so be sure to play it safe and scout the area first. There are plenty of places to camp on Crown land along the way. You can come prepared with a rental canoe or grab a canoe from the Canoe Lake Portage Store, and put in at Smoke Lake, across the highway.


OntarioCanuck1 1, forum posts. Turn right on Mississauga Dam Road and make another right at the stop sign. Either way parrk choose, your course will be scenic, rugged and natural. For most parties we consider rroutes to 8 hours from the time you leave your morning campsite till you arrive at your next site a full day lunch routex swim breaks included.

Ralph Bice can be notoriously windy but has some nice island campsites, I find Daisy more pretty and I’ve seen moose there, as well as east of there along the Petawawa River. The province’s waterways are steeped with Canadian heritage. I live in st. The portage on my map looks a bit wierd? What to pack The main prak to remember when preparing for a multi-day canoeing trip is to bring quality waterproof gear and to pack light.

The eastern and northern shores of the lake are pebbled with red gravel and pines.

One is a short, easy trip, with the other two being longer more difficult trips.