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Wilderness Tripping - BWCA & Beyond New Topic Printer Friendly Version

  Here is a quote from a Toronto paddler
  Posted by: ezwater on May-28-12 11:10 AM (EST)
 

"Anyway - yakkin' close to the City. The lakes you mention near Bobcaygeon are great water (I have friends with a cottage on an island in Stony Lake), but they are VERY busy, being part of the Trent/Severn waterway moving boats up through Lake Simcoe to Georgian Bay. Plus large parts of Buckhorn & Pigeon Lakes are Native Reserves, and they can get REALLY prickly about paddlers/fisherfolk in their waters. Yeah, seriously. Wouldn't be my choice.

"Are they looking for day-tripping, or camping-stuff? Bringing gear/boats, or renting?

"There's very decent yak day-stuff right here in the City, out to our Island Lagoons & over through the Outer Harbor. Here's a link to the Center where I store my boats - mostly yakkers -

http://www.paddletoronto.com/

"For more remote stuff, it's more like 3 - 3 1/2 hours, but the best spot for no shuttle, no portage easy paddles with great visuals is here:

https://secure.camis.com/HHWT/HaliburtonHighlandsWaterTrails

"The best little out-and-back starts at Herb Lake on those maps.

"Hope that helps."

Let us know if Christine's info is close to the mark. I'll let her know that you are (as I believe) bringing your own kayaks and planning on day trips.


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