Paddling the Perimeter of Wabakimi Provincial Park – Overview Map and Links To Detailed Posts

In the summer of 2013 my brother Max and I set off on one of our longer canoe trips. After our drive up to Armstrong Station from southern Ontario,  we had Mattice Lake Air fly us to Rockcliff Lake at the start of the Misehkow River system. The 350-kilometer journey began there. It ended 17 days later on the Pikitigushi River where the logging road from Armstrong Station crosses the river.

wabakimi-perimeter canoe trip overview

Click here for the “live” Google map – you can zoom in and out for more detail.

See the individual posts below for details on the route as well as some pix.  Links to the  Canadian Federal Gov’t. 1:50000 topographic maps are also listed below. You can download them and print them yourself.  Professionally-produced maps on the new tearproof/waterproof plastic material go for $20. a sheet!

Canoeing Wabakimi’s Misehkow River

Paddling the Albany River (From the Mouth of the Misehkow to Petawanga Lake)

Up Wabakimi’s Petawa Creek Without A Paddle

Paddling From Auger Lake to Felsia Lake (The Mouth of the Witchwood River)

A Two_Day Paddle Up Wabakimi’s Witchwood River System

Up Wabakimi’s Raymond River to Cliff Lake

Down Wabakimi’s Pikitigushi River From Cliff Lake

The Topo Maps Needed For The Trip:

The maps below are listed in the order you would need them. They can be accessed at the Federal Government’s Ministry of Natural Resources map web site here in the 052 folder – 1 to 50000 topos / 300 dpi/ tif files

  1. Burntrock Lake  052 I 13
  2. Coles Lake 052 P 04
  3. Greenmantle Lake 052 P 03
  4. Pruner Lake 052 P 06
  5. Crerar Lake 052 P 11
  6. Grace Lake 052 P 07
  7. Miminiska Pen. 052 P 10
  8. Opikeigen Lake 052 P 09
  9. Kawitos Lake 052 P 08
  10. Sim Lake 052 P 01
  11. Bilberry Lake 052 P 02
  12. Whiteclay Lake 052 I 15
  13. Linklater Lake 052 I 10
  14. Pikitigushi Lake 052 I 07

If you paddle down any of this route and write up a report or post some pix, send me the url and I’ll add it right here.

 

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