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Canoe routes of Ontario.

Canoe routes of Ontario.

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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources, Recreational Areas Branch, in cooperation with McClelland and Stewart in Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario
    • Subjects:
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Ontario -- Guidebooks.,
    • Ontario -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Natural Resources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV776.15.O57 C36
      The Physical Object
      Pagination110 p. :
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3847489M
      ISBN 10077106067X
      LC Control Number81164663

      Leafing through a copy of Kevin Callan’s A Paddler’s Guide to Ontario’s Lost Canoe Routes I found an account of a trip down the Steel that he had done with his wife Alana sometime in the early ’s. Included was a map of the route with Santoy Lake as the put-in. Callan has also included the chapter on the Steel River in a more recent compilation titled Top 50 Canoe . Newly updated for , Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario adds 10 more routes over 48 more pages, and like the first edition of this book, this updated and expanded second edition is destined to become the classic guide to the very best canoeing the province has to offer.

      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 streams and every kind of lake in between, Algonquin is truly a canoe trip paradise. Where you live often dictates which Algonquin Park canoe route is most convenient to access. Ottawa residents, for the most part head to the . In fact, some of the most spectacular of all Canadian canoe routes are found in Sunset Country! CANADIAN CANOE CULTURE. There is nothing more Canadian than paddling. ‘Ontario’ is an Iroquoian word meaning ‘land of shining waters’, and with over , lakes, rivers and heritage waterways in Ontario, we are connected by water.

        This book, now out of print, was compiled & published by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and was 'the bible' of Ontario canoeing which we consulted in choosing our next adventure. It was an invaluable starting point with the province divided into sectors, each offering a different watershed with a different canoeing experience.   Buy a cheap copy of Top 50 Canoe Routes of Ontario book by Kevin Callan. Kevin Callan's top 50 canoe trips. It's no surprise that Kevin Callan lives in Peterborough, Ontario, deep in the heart of canoe country and home to the Canadian Free shipping over $


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Kevin Callan's top 50 canoe trips. It's no surprise that Kevin Callan lives in Peterborough, Ontario, deep in the heart of canoe country and home to the Canadian Canoe Museum. He has written 12 other books on canoe trips in Ontario, and this new book will be welcomed by his many readers, especially novice canoeists/5(17).

Welcome to Canadian Canoe Routes (CCR) website!. Inside, you'll find hundreds of route descriptions, trip reports, gear information and reviews, recipes, tips, tricks and techniques and active discussion forums. In addition there is a wealth of Route Resource Information.

All of Canada is included & selected areas of the US. out of 5 stars Cass review of "Lost canoe routes of Ontario" by Kevin Callan. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase.

I pretty much liked this book, but I was a bit disappointed about the rivers they chose to paddle. I prefer more "tense action" with difficult rapids, etc. Callan is a good writer, however, and /5(11). Canoe Routes of Ontario - A comprehensive guide to more than canoe routes throughout the province.

McLelland and Stewart, Toronto (), in cooperation with the Ontario MNR. McLelland and Stewart, Toronto (), in cooperation with the Ontario MNR. He has written 12 other books on canoe trips in Ontario, and this new book will be welcomed by his many readers, especially novice canoeists.

Some of these routes are well known, and others are "Kevin Callan's top 50 canoe trips."/5. Like the first edition of this book, this updated and expanded second edition is destined to become the classic guide to the very best canoeing the province has to offer.

Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario includes 10 more of Kevin Callan's favorite canoe excursions. While some of these routes are well known to paddlers province-wide, such as the 5/5(5). He has written 12 other books on canoe trips in Ontario, and this new book will be welcomed by his many readers, especially novice canoeists.

Some of these routes are well known, and others are hidden secrets. Callan gives all the information paddlers need to complete each route, from detailed descriptions and maps of all access points to /5(17). "This booklet contains selected portions of 10 major drainage basins in northern Ontario.

The canoe routes outlined here are being re-developed and maintained by the Ontario Department of Lands and Forests, and provide a choice of travel through a wide range of water, forest and geological conditions" - from the Introduction.

If you want a taste of the voyageur life, paddle with a group of friends in a fur trading canoe along the shores of Lake Superior. This area is home to some of Ontario’s best provincial parks. These parks offer excellent canoe routes and most parks have route maps available at.

Ontario is the canoe capital of the world with endless lake and river routes distributed throughout the province. Algonquin park is of course what first comes to mind, and well it might given the sheer number of paddlers that ply it's waters.

It's no surprise that Kevin Callan lives in Peterborough, Ontario, deep in the heart of canoe country and home to the Canadian Canoe Museum.

He has written 12 other books on canoe trips in Ontario, and this new book will be welcomed by his many readers, especially novice canoeists/5. The Cottage Country book was my first guidebook. The idea came when I moved to the Kawartha Highlands to work as a Fish and Wildlife technician over 35 years ago.

I would paddle a bunch of weekend canoe routes I discovered from an old government book: Ontario’s Canoe Routes. The guide gave a brief description of various routes and contacts. Northern Ontario Travel Years ago, my friends and I would spend days researching and planning routes, making menus, shopping, then packing the gear.

Now I go paddling with no hassle. I book guided canoe trips. It is an easy and safe way to explore the wilderness. All I have to do is decide where I want to paddle, make a phone call and I am.

First published in and updated inWilson’s guidebook is still the best resource out there for trip planning in the Temagami region. His book contains detailed maps of 27 canoe routes, each classified by difficulty, distance, number of portages, and ecology.

the york river, excerpted from ontario's lost canoe routes. Printed use of this excerpt is granted by the Boston Mills Press, provided the excerpt is reprinted with the following acknowledgement: "Reprinted with permission, from Ontario's Lost Canoe. The latest addition to Kevin Callan's guidebook series provides the 20 best canoeing, kayaking, and hiking trips in Ontario's picturesque Killarney/French River region, a favorite wilderness getaway spot in central Ontario.

At least three of the routes in this book. Kevin Callan's top 50 canoe trips. It's no surprise that Kevin Callan lives in Peterborough, Ontario, deep in the heart of canoe country and home to the Canadian Canoe Museum.

He has written 12 other books on canoe trips in Ontario, and this new book will be welcomed by his many readers, especially novice canoeists.

Some of these routes are well known, and others are hidden secrets. Like the first edition of this book, this updated and expanded second edition is destined to become the classic guide to the very best canoeing the province has to offer.

Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario includes 10 more of Kevin Callan's favorite canoe excursions. While some of these routes are well known to paddlers province-wide, such as the Author: Kevin Callan. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Top 50 Canoe Routes of Ontario by Kevin Callan (, Paperback) at the best online prices at.

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You don't say how long you intend to go for, which is pretty key information, but in any case there are far too many options in central Ontario for flatwater canoe routes to even begin to describe specific ones. Algonquin Provincial Park alone has more potential routes than most people could do in a lifetime, and many further options exist in Kawartha Highlands, Frontenac and Queen .Temagami boasts over 4, km of canoe routes — more than triple that of Algonquin.

FOT lobbies to protect these waterways and portages from harm, including logging, cottage development, and simple neglect.Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.