Canoe & Day Trips. Canoe Route Maps · Canoe Trips · Day Trips · Fishing · Group Trip Packages · Guided Trips · Overnight Trips · Trip Planning. They’re also made of a waterproof, tear-resistant, material, which means they’ll survive far beyond your next trip in the park. You can’t go wrong with this map. There are over kms of canoe routes and hundreds of lakes and waterways, and it’s all Below is a sampling of 3 to 5 day canoe trips, complete with a map.
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It is a richly detailed and visually stunning map and a great resource for general route planning. Okay maybe your group is competitive. A large part of Algonquin Park is shown in very good resolution.
Jeff’s Algonquin Provincial Park Map
The Algonquin Adventures website and discussion forum is a popular and useful parm of information, trip ideas and second opinions. If you are unfamiliar with the Park, let us help you plan a suitable route.
Where should I go? For more details on this map and the entire Backroad Mapbook series, visit backroadmapbooks. There are a variety of maps and several excellent guidebooks available for the Algonquin Park area. Government Topographic Maps Saved from government extinction by public outcry, these maps offer extra geographic detail and are the traditional choice for many paddlers.
The back side of the map is full of important and useful park information. You can order the Backpacking Trails Map along with guide books and many other useful park publications online from the Algonquin Park Book Store. They range from less than meters to over meters and link together the lakes and rivers of Algonquin.
Many of the maps and guide books described above can be ordered online from the mapmakers themselves, the Algonquin Park Book Store or from Algonquin Outfitters by mail order.
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Sample Canoe Routes
Kevin describes a number of routes, both popular and obscure, in an entertaining and informative style. All of these guide books can be ordered online from the Algonquin Park Book Store. Three canoe trips, all starting on Canoe Lake Access point 5 and heading into the area north of the Portage Store. For whitewater paddlers, the Friends of Algonquin Park publish two detailed river guides by George Drought.
Different areas of the park cano described and mapped so that fanoe can put your own trip together. Jeff even keeps copies of historic Algonquin Park maps and offers digital and printed copies of these historic maps.
You can make reservation algonqquin to 5 months ahead of your trip. This map shows the akgonquin park and is an excellent tool for basic route planning. Each map has certain advantages: Backroad Mapbooks — Algonquin Provincial Park Map Like the Canoe Routes Map, this waterproof planning map shows the entire park but offers the added detail of contour lines and colour relief shading. This map is printed on paper and ;ark not waterproof.
If you are not familiar with the park, some practice and referencing to the Canoe Routes Map to figure out lake names may be required. Planning your portages for distance and time you are willing to travel is essential. We consider Algonquin Adventures to be the most comprehensive unofficial Algonquin site.
Great first time trips. They will want to know where you intend to camp each night of your trip.
Shipping of all online order may be delayed during the Canada Post strike. Below is a sampling of 3 to 5 day canoe trips, complete with a map. Campsites, portages and canoe route possibilities throughout the park are shown.
You can view and purchase 1: The weather can affect your travel time; the wind can be friend or foe. Algonquin 5 covers the area accessed through access point 17, Shall Lake. After all, this is your vacation. Packing as light as possible, with all the essentials algonuin really important. Maps are available online for free viewing and durable, waterproof print versions can be purchased at stores like Algonquin Outfitters.
We often suggest routes starting from Lake Opeongo access point 11 — we have an outfitting store thereCedar Lake access point 27 — we have an outfitting store there alsoSmoke Lake access point 6 or Rock Lake access point 9. But do plan for travel and leisure; and weather. Be sure to visit Algonquin Adventures. Portages are game changersmaking some canoe routes harder than others.
Chrismar Mapping creates and publishes 1: The park permit reservation system has been centralized for all provincial parks in Ontario. The most popular maps in this series are Algonquin 1 and Algonquin 3, which feature the popular areas north and south of Hwy 60 respectively.
It is difficult to give specific route advice without knowing whether you have a park map and what previous experience you qlgonquin in Algonquin Park or similar areas.