Canoeing and Hiking Wild Muskoka
A guide book to the less-traveled regions of Ontario between Georgian Bay and the Algonquin highlands featuring 80 hand-drawn maps. Both easy day trips and much more adventurous trips are covered.
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Beyond the glamour of the summer retreats and boathouses lining its major lakes, Ontario’s famous Muskoka region still possesses a natural, rugged wildness that is rarely celebrated. In this wonderful large-format guidebook, well-known canoeist, wilderness advocate and author Hap Wilson explores the other Muskoka: from the Georgian Bay coast to the Algonquin highlands, through the vast stretches of forest, rivers and smaller lakes in between. Wilson covers canoeing, kayaking, hiking and cross-country skiing in Muskoka’s best near-wilderness areas. Wilson’s more than 80 hand-drawn, maps detail featured destinations. Soft eco-adventures combine easy daytrips with comfortable lodging. Hard eco-adventures put outdoor skills and endurance to the test, exchanging creature comforts for a more primitive experience.
|Dimensions||20.5 × 25.6 × 1 cm|