Algonquin Park Canoe & Kayaking Adventures
|Canoe Routes Algonquin Park & Area|
Algonquin Park & Area area offers a variety of a Canoe & Kayaking Adventures.
There are hundreds of lakes, streams and river systems in the area that travel across crown land where rustic camping opportunities are still free. Listed are only some of the commonly paddled lakes, rivers and streams in the area:
Algonquin Park offers the canoeing enthusiast a network of over 2,100km of canoe routes.
Algonquin Canoe Route #1-Lake route, The route is the easiest level. The distance is 70 km that will take approximately 5 days. There are 16 portages, which add up to 8130 metres. The main bodies of water that are traveled on and across is: Galeairy, Rock, Whitefish Lakes, Lake of Two Rivers, Madawaska River, Head Creek, Kenneth, Harness, Lawrence Lakes, Lake Louisa, Pen and Night Lakes. The start and finish is from access point #13, Galeairy Lake to Whitney.
Algonquin Canoe Route #2 - Lake route, This is rated an intermediate level. The length is 38km, which takes approximately 3 days to complete. There are 13 portages that work out to 6300m altogether. The main bodies of water are: Smoke, Little Island, Tanamakoon, Cache, Head, Harness, Pardee, Bonechere, Big Porcupine and Ragged Lakes. The start and finish is from access point #6 on Smoke Lake.
Algonquin Canoe Route # 3 - Lake Route, This is rated an intermediate level. The length is 37km, which takes approximately 3 days to complete. There are 13 portages which are 4575m altogether. The main bodies of water are: Canoe, Joe, Tepee, Littledoe, Tom Thompson, Sunbeam, Burnt Island and Little Joe Lakes. The start and finish is from access point #5, Canoe Lake.
Note: River conditions are always subject to change, due to weather, seasonal changes etc., knowing current conditions is essential to having a fun and safe adventure. Information available on this site is only to give general information on canoe routes in this area that you may be interested in.
Get current information from local outfitters, merchants or other experts before heading out.
Guest of Couples Resort have use of Canoes, Kayaks and paddle boats:
An important form of transportation for the Algonquin natives has always been the use of canoes on the beautiful lakes and rivers. Canoes and kayaks permit you to travel deep into Algonquin Park on our Galeairy Lake , still as pristine as ever. Take the 4 hour paddle trip and explore our waterfall. Paddleboat's and rowboats are also available for leisurely cruising the lake.
Kayaks, canoes, motor boat are rentals
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