Paddler's Guide to Ontario's Lost Canoe Routes
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Paddler's Guide to Ontario's Lost Canoe Routes

by Kevin Callan
     
 

Take the path less traveled along lesser-known waterways. Some of the routes featured in this book are little known; some haven't been documented for as long as 50 years. The 15 trips range from two to eight days, involve all types of water, and are suitable for canoeists of all skill levels.

Trips include:

  • Wabakimi Provincial Park
  • Steel

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Overview

Take the path less traveled along lesser-known waterways. Some of the routes featured in this book are little known; some haven't been documented for as long as 50 years. The 15 trips range from two to eight days, involve all types of water, and are suitable for canoeists of all skill levels.

Trips include:

  • Wabakimi Provincial Park
  • Steel River Loop
  • Chapleau and Nemegosenda Rivers
  • Wakami Lake Loop
  • Ranger Lake Loop
  • Dunlop Lake Loop
  • Lac aux Sables/Bark Lake Loop
  • Nabakwasi River Loop
  • Four M Circle Loop
  • Tatachikapika River
  • Chiniguchi River
  • Temagami's Canton Lakes
  • Marten River Provincial Park
  • South River
  • York River

Editorial Reviews

Kitchener Waterloo Record - Valerie Hill
I'm amazed at the level of detail... the maps are concise and [Callan] goes to great lengths to describe water conditions, portages and campsites.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781550464580
Publisher:
Boston Mills Press
Publication date:
03/06/2004
Series:
Paddler's Guide Series
Edition description:
Revised edition
Pages:
168
Sales rank:
1,202,634
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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Meet the Author

With eight titles to his credit, Kevin Callan is the leading author of books on canoeing in Ontario. He is a regular contributor to several outdoors magazines, a popular speaker at North American canoe gatherings, and a frequent guest on radio and television. He lives in Peterborough, Ontario, birthplace of the famous Peterborough canoe and home of the Canadian Canoe Museum.

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