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Nanook River, Arctic Islands
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jul,

Cost: $6695 CDN

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Nanook River, Arctic Islands - NUVictoria Island's Nanook River is one of Canada's more northerly canoeable rivers. The Nanook offers unbelievable wildlife, fantastic hiking, great fishing and fun easy whitewater. Along the way you'll have plenty of time to explore this truly amazing landscape. From almost all of the stunning campsites you can hike and explore the low hills, eskers and unique arctic deserts that make up the Nanook valley. The lakes and river along the way offer fantastic fishing for Arctic Char and Lake Trout. While paddling and camping we are almost guaranteed to see Musk Ox, Peary Caribou, Arctic Fox, and Snowy Owl. Arctic Wolves are also common along with Gyre Falcons, Arctic Loons and Swans. Trip meets & ends in Cambridge Bay, Nu.
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Bonaventure River, Chic Choc Mts
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Skill Level: Inter.-Advanced

Departs: Jun,

Cost: $1695 CDN

Length: 8 days

Canoeing - Bonaventure River, Chic Choc Mts - QBA Mountain paddle without heading to the west. The amazing Bonaventure River offers some of the most exciting and pristine paddling in the east. Crystalline Salmon filled waters rush from high in the Chic Choc's for 125km down to the Gulf of St Lawrence. It is fast current and constant gradient all the way, with mile after mile of fun-filled rapids, swifts, and really no portages. We'll spend a fantastic week descending right from the top down to the coast. Rapids vary from class 1 to III, with most being class II.
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Seal River - Belugas, Seals
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Aug,

Cost: $4295 CDN

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Seal River - Belugas, Seals - MBThe Seal, a Canadian Heritage River, is the largest remaining undammed river in northern Manitoba. With miles and miles of fast flowing current, fun rapids mostly in the class I&II range, good fishing, nice campsites and of course the Seals (some trips see hundreds) this remote river is truly a gem. We fly in from Thompson Manitoba to the river, spend two weeks descending to Hudson Bay, where we are met by boat and taken the 50 miles south to the town of Churchill, no doubt seeing Beluga Whales along the way. In Churchill you can participate in Whale tours and maybe see Polar Bears.
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Dumoine River
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Skill Level: Novice - Inter.

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $1250 to $1795 CDN

Length: 5-7 Days

Canoeing - Dumoine River - ONOne of the finest wild rivers in central Canada the Dumoine provides a paddling thrill to canoeists of all skill levels. Located within easy driving distance of Toronto, Ottawa or Montreal the river drops over five hundred feet in swifts, chutes and numerous runnable rapids. The Dumoine is flanked by majestic white pine forests that shelter five star campsites. Combined all that with perfect whitewater for teaching and you have a canoeist's paradise. Novice to intermediate with a sense of adventure, lots of time for practice.
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Temagami's Forest
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Skill Level: Novice

Departs: Sep,

Cost: $1175 CDN

Length: 5 Days

Canoeing - Temagami's Forest - ONThis route is ideal for the novice paddler, or anyone who wants to enjoy the beauty of the Temagami forests. The trip passes through some of the most scenic spots in the area, accessible only by canoe. The magnificent Obabika and Wakimika forests are among the few remaining stand of old growth pine in Ontario. Wanapitei is lucky to be so close by. Our 4-day trip will take you on a route that leaves from our beach and paddles through a series of beautiful lakes, rivers and creeks into this now famous pine forest. There is ample opportunity to hike, photograph and explore this unique region. The highlight is a day spent hiking to mythical Shishkong Lake located at the very heart of the old growth preserve.
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Arctic Introductory Canoe Trip
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Skill Level: Beg. - Int.

Departs: Jul,

Cost: 4495

Length: 7 days

Canoeing - Arctic Introductory Canoe Trip - NUSummer in the Arctic is remarkable! Fantastic Stunning vistas over a rugged landscape, fantastic hiking opportunities, unbelievable fishing, and long hours of sunlight that makes for great camping are only a few of the things that will great you on this introductory Arctic Canoe Trip. Join us and take the leap! We meet in Yellowknife, NWT and fly into a remote wilderness lodge, after one night at the lodge, we load, canoes, gear and people into float planes and head north of the Arctic Circle for 5 days of canoeing, camping, fishing and hiking on a series of stunning lakes. On the 5th day we will be met be float plane and flown back to the lodge for a final banquet and evening before the charter flights back south to Yellowknife.
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Hart River, Yukon Adventure
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jul,

Cost: 5895

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Hart River, Yukon Adventure - YKIn our view the Hart is the gem of the Yukon's famous Peel watershed's quartet of rivers. Stunning mountain scenery, fun river paddling with constant current interspaced with class 1 & 2 rapids for its full 280km, remote and wild with virtually no other paddlers, no portages, great camping and fishing… the plus's simply go on and on. We truly feel this is the best the Yukon has! This is a relaxed pace trip with lots of time for hiking, exploring, fishing & simply relaxing around the campsite. We meet in Whitehorse, Yk, drive north 4hrs to a remote float plane base for a beautiful flight over the mountains to the Hart. We'll spend two weeks on the river and then again be met by floatplane for a stunning flight back out.
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George River, Ungava Bay Adventure
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Skill Level: Inter.-Advanced

Departs: Aug,

Cost: 4995

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - George River, Ungava Bay Adventure - QBThe George offers some of the finest wilderness canoeing in northern Quebec. It is a big fast flowing river that flows hundreds of kms north to the Ungava Bay Inuit community of Kangiqsualujjuq. It's a rugged and hilly landscape that follows along the western edge of the stunning Toringat Mountains. As the river approaches Ungava you will see and experience some of the highest tides in the world. On the George you move from the Boreal Forest into the Ungava Barren lands. There is a good chance that you may get to see the migration of the George River Caribou Herd, which numbers in the 100's of thousands. Fishing for Trout and Arctic Char is fantastic, hiking is excellent, rapids are mostly big wavy class 2. Portages are relatively few.
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