Category Archives: Wabakimi

Canoeing From The Pikitigushi’s Cliff Lake to Echo Rock on Lake Nipigon

Here are a few of the images we paddled into on our twelve-day exploration of the Pikitigushi River system from Cliff Lake down to Windigo Bay in Lake Nipigon,  followed by our island-hopping route down to Echo Rock, and our … Continue reading

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A Tale of Three Rivers: Being An Account of a Trip By Canadian Canoe Up the Brightsand and Kashishibog and Down the Kopka

aka: Kopka River Canoe Trip Report  Related Post: A Paddler’s List Of Wabakimi’s Top Six Click on the link to access…  The route – overview Recommended Maps & useful information Accessing Wabakimi by Train from Toronto Overnighting at the Allanwater … Continue reading

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Ogoki Lodge and The Beckwith Cabins: “All Things Must Pass”

As if the fire we were fleeing was not enough of a reminder of the fragility and temporary nature of all things (see our Smoke Over Wabakimi: Canoeing In A Season Of Wildfires post about paddling past the Wabakimi fires of 2011), … Continue reading

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Wabakimi Canoe Trip- From Flindt Landing To Collins Via The Flindt, Ogoki, Palisade, Grayson, and Boiling Sand Rivers

Related Posts: Smoke Over Wabakimi – Canoeing In A Season Of Fires The Ogoki Lodge And The Beckwith Cabins: “All Thing Must Pass” If you really want to get away from the crowds, then Wabakimi Provincial Park in NW Ontario … Continue reading

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Down Wabakimi’s Allanwater River To Whitewater Lake and “The Center of the Universe” – Day-By-Day Trip Report

Previous Post:   Down Wabakimi’s Allanwater River: Introduction, Maps, Logistics, Permits This post looks at each day in more detail and provides specific info on rapids, portages, and campsites. We have also made use of close-up satellite images for certain key … Continue reading

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