Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Ontario Forum Author: jedi jeffi. From there, follow the diretions above or the attached gps data to get on the Blue trail Blue Trail Markers which is the High Falls Trail to the Petroglyph park. Route description: Couchiching Lock, Severn River and Trent Canal, Sparrow Lake, Portlock Channel, Swift Rapids Lock, Severn Falls, Big Chute lock system, Port Severn Lock, Georgian Bay; return. Boston Mills Press, Erin 2003. We prefered the hike instead of paddling, and here's why. The book also suggests alternative routes for those seeking a more strenuous outing. Title at source: Minden Whitewater Preserve.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. Buy the Firefly Books: Paddling And Hiking In Ontario's Southern Shield Country on sale for a great price at our online store! Portages are infrequent and generally short. Credit River; Terra Cotta to Lake Ontario. Title at source: December Trip Report in the Kawarthas. Route description: Little Wren Lake, Raven Lake, Gun Lake, … , Herb Lake, … , Knife Lakes, Jean Lake, … , Hosiery Lake, … , Ronald Lake, … , Avery Creek, … , Sherborne Lake, Plastic Lake, Black River. Boston Mills Press, Erin 2003.
Credit River; Terra Cotta to Glen Williams. Title at source: Kawartha Highlands - Serpentine Loop Video. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco 1986. Route description: Boat launch, pass north of Drop Anchor Island, Big Rideau Lake, Rocky Narrows, The Point local name , Nobles Bay, portage to Loon Lake, portage to Hoggs Bay, boat launch. Supporters of Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park. Long Lake, Shark Lake, Coon Lake. The park staff told us the trail is not maintained and is closed.
Little Wren Lake to Dan Lake. Sources: Canadian Canoe Routes, Ontario Forum and David Lee Library. Ed note: The link Trent-Severn Canal - A Canoe Trip through the locks and lifts of the Trent-Severn Waterway did not reproduce; to access the report, go to This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. Route description: Catchacoma Lake, Bottle Creek, Sucker Lake; return. Route description: Kawagama Road regional road 8 , Herb Lake, Ernest Lake, Brandy Falls, Gun Lake; return.
Ed note: See also 1. Route description: Huntsville, Fairy Lake, North Branch Muskoka River, Mary Lake, Port Sydney, Balsam Chutes, Duck Chutes, Hwy 11 and High Falls, Wilson's Falls, Flynn Rapids, Bracebridge and Bracebridge Falls. Drag River and Burnt River; Canning Lake to Kinmount. After hiking the 2km as it generally follows the creek, we lunched. Boston Mills Press, Erin 2003. Ed note: Gould Lake Conservation Area, south of Frontenac Provincial Park. The single-day excursions in this book explore the southern part of Ontario's rugged shield country.
Ed note: Part of Quinte Conservation. Title at source: Gull River near Minden. Boston Mills Press, Erin 2003. Route description: Raven Lake, Wren Lake, Black Lake, Black River, Chalk Creek confluence, snowmobile bridge, Bridge Rapids, Hardrock Rapids, Cinder Lake Road bridge, Sliderock Falls, Hwy 118 bridge, Twin Falls, Vankoughnet, Bridge Rapids, Bone Falls, Pine Chutes, tributaries from North and South Longford Lakes, Anson Creek confluence, Sloped Chutes, Island Rapids, Bend Rapids, Painted Rock Rapids, road from Severn Bridge, Victoria Falls, Glory Hole, Ragged Rapids, Big eddy, Coopers Falls. Many youth canoe into the falls area and camp on the gorgeous exposed granite cliffs and outcroppings. Title at source: Eels Creek Trip Video.
Sources: Private site and Canadian Canoe Routes, Ontario Forum. Route description: Kennisis dam end of Kennisis Lake , Kennisis River, Red Pine Lake, Nunikani Lake, Nunikani Dam, Big Hawk Lake, Clear Lake, Red Pine Lake, Kennisis River, Kennisis dam. The single-day excursions in this book explore the southern part of Ontario's rugged shield country. Route description: Catchacoma Narrows, Catchacoma Lake, Bottle Creek; return. Source is Reid-Grand; to be confirmed at Toporama.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Ontario Forum. Irondale River and Burnt River; Gooderham to Kinmount. Route description: Long Lake, Loucks Lake, Cox Lake, Triangle Lake, Cherry Lake, Turtle Lake, Stoplog Lake, Compass Lake, Buzzard Lake, Vixen Lake, Shark Lake, Coon Lake. Combining hiking and paddling in equal measure, these wilderness trips are designed to return to their starting points so that no car shuttling is required. The paddling is entirely flatwater, with only an occasional gentle current to navigate. This entry, based on the Coastal Routes entry for other provinces, is included because a lot of it applies equally well to paddling on the Great Lakes.