Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario
The essential guide to Ontario’s best paddling routes
Ontario is blessed with some of the most scenic and enjoyable lakes and rivers in the world – it is truly a paddler’s paradise. Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario, curated and written by Canada’s Happy Camper, Kevin Callan, is the essential guide to the best paddling excursions this province has to offer.
Update and expanded, this new edition highlights Kevin’s favourite canoe routes. Every route is complete with maps of access points, portage lengths, important river features and campsites, which Kevin embellishes with historical notes, anecdotes advice and his trademark humor. The book also includes an extensive list of items to pack before you go.
Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario features:
- Saugeen River
- York River
- Barron Canoyon
- Big East River
- Charleston Lake Provincial Park
- Lake Evelyn Loop
- Great Mountain Lake
- Abitibi River
- Turtle River
- And many, many more
The outings range from two-day paddles to week-long expeditions, and while some of the routes are well known to paddlers province-wide, such as the historical Oxtongue River, others are hidden secrets, like Kevin’s ambitious and magical route through Woodland Caribou Provincial Park.
About the author:
Kevin Callan is the leading author of books on canoeing in Ontario including the bestselling A Paddler’s Guide series and The Happy Camper. He regularly contributes to Explore and CanoeRoots magazines and is a recipient of several National Magazine Awards and a Patron Paddler for Paddle Canada. In 2015 the Royal Canadian Geographical Society listed Kevin as on of the top 100 modern-day explorers.
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