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Map Page I

take the train in - and paddle out




Allanwater River I Can$20
Paddle the Allanwater River to Wabakimi Lake, Lower Wabakimi Lake and and take-out at the Bridge on Little Caribou Lake. Including a Windfall Lake alternative to Brennan Lake and an alternate finish via Van Ness Lake to shorten the trip. Distance: 150km (93 miles). Time: 8 - 9 days. Intermediate skill level
Allanwater River II Can$20
From Allanwater Bridge paddle the Allanwater River north to Wabakimi Lake, Ogoki River, Whitewater Lake, Caribou River and Little Caribou Lake. Distance: 195 km (120 miles). Time: 10 to 12 days. Intermediate skills
Allanwater River, Berg, Whitewater to Little Caribou Can$20
A very interesting Allanwater River route that takes you from Allanwater to Lower Wabakimi and the NW corner of Smoothrock Lake, then north on Berg River to Whitewater Lake (and little sightseeing) then taking the McKinley exit to Caribou River and the Little Caribou take-out. This is a 220km 10 to 11 day trip.
Allanwater River, Whitewater to Boilingsand River Can$25
From Allanwater Bridge paddle the Allanwater north to Wabakimi Lake , Kenoji and Whitewater Lake. Return south via Mckinley to Smoothrock and the Boilinsand River with optional exits by shuttle or train. This is a 195km, 15 to 16 day trip. Or omit Kenoji and Whitewater Lake for a 12/13 day trip
Flindt River Can$25
Paddle the picturesque and perhaps less challenging Flindt River with choice of 3 starting points (from Via Rail drop-offs) and two possible finishes. We have included an alternate starting point, requiring only a short shuttle from Highway 599. Distance: 183 or 226km (114 or 140 miles). Time: 10 day to 13 days. Intermediate skills
Kopka River I Can$20
Want to paddle the Kopka but short on time? Take one of three access points for a train-in or shuttle and paddle start. Paddle a very scenic and exciting section of the Kopka River Distance: 47km or 80km (30 or 50 miles). Time: 4 to 8 days depending on you starting point. Intermediate skills.
Kopka River II Can$25
A route from the Via Rail stop at Allanwater Bridge to access the headwaters of the Kopka River at Redsand Lake. Then paddle the entire length of the Kopka River to Bukemiga Lake and Hwy 527. This is certainly the most varied, exciting and perhaps the most challenging route in the region. Distance: 220km (135 miles). Time: 15 to 17 days. Intermediate to advanced skills.
Nemo River Can$25
Take the train to Redhead Lake and paddle the less travelled Nemo River to Brennan Lake, Wabakimi Lake, Kenoji, Whitewater, Smoothrock Lake, Caribou River to the Little Caribou Lake take-out (with optional route choices) Distance:133km (83 mile). Time: 7 to 10 days. Intermediate skill level.
Lookout River to Boilingsand River with three route choices Can$15
This is a train-in and train-out route from Schultz’s Trail at mile-marker 24.7 on the Via Rail line. Access Onamakawash Lake and paddle to Lookout River, Smoothrock Lake, with 3 route options to return along Boilingsand River to Bath Lake. Depending on you route choices this can be 166km, 95km or 60km trip taking 9 or 10 days to as little as 4 or 5 days.

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