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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 17 – To Bloodvein Village & Flight to Red Lake

Previous Post: Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 16  – Lagoon Run to Rapids W88  Campsite  Click on images to enlarge; click on blue text for more info. DAY 17 BASICS: distance: about 8 kilometers weather: sunny and clear rapids/portages: W89 (swifts) ran campsite: by … Continue reading

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Canoeing the Bloodvein Day 16 – Lagoon Run to Camp Below W88

Previous Post:  Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 15 – Namay Falls to “Lagoon Run”  DAY 16 BASICS: distance: about 17 kilometers weather: sunny and clear rapids/portages: W87 port 65 m; W88 ran campsite: point less than 1 km below W88 Our … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 15 – Namay Falls To Lagoon Run (W86)

Previous Post: Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 14 – Sharp Rock Rapids to Namay Falls  DAY 15 BASICS: distance: about 15 kilometers weather: overcast and threatening to rain in the morning; mostly clear skies in the aft rapids/portages: on paper an easy … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 14 – Sharp Rock Rapids to Namay Falls (W80)

Previous Post: Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 13 – Gorge Rapids to Sharp Rock Rapids  _______________________________________________________________________ DAY 14 BASICS: distance: 26 kilometers weather: a beautiful day on the river rapids/portages:  a “lite” day. See map 4 in Wilson’s book for overview … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 13 – Gorge Rapids (W56) to Sharp Rock Rapids (W73)

Previous Post: Day 12 – From Kautunigan lake to Gorge Rapids (W56) DAY 13 BASICS: distance: about 27 kilometers + a couple of kilometers on the portage trail weather: from threatening in the morning to pretty nice in the aft and … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 12 – Kautunigan Lake to Gorge Rapids (W56)

Previous Post –  Day 11:  From  Below  The Bloodvein/Gammon  Junction   to Kautunigan Lake Most of Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park lies east of Kautunigan Lake. West of the lake the park is reduced to three narrow river corridors with one-to-two-kilometer strips of land on … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 11 – Below the Gammon Junction to Kautunigan Lake

Previous Post: Canoeing The Bloodvein  Day 10- Goose Rapids to Below The Gammon Junction DAY 11 BASICS: distance: 30 kilometres from bottom right to top left weather: windy and overcast rapids/portages: not really a big deal on this particular day … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 10 – Goose Rapids to Rapids below Gammon Junction

Previous Post: Canoeing the Bloodvein Day 9 – X-Rock Island to Goose Rapids _________________________________________________________________ DAY 10 BASICS: distance: 21 km. on the water; weather: sunny with a SW breeze; temp up in the 28°C (82°F) range – hot!! rapids/portages: W29- P 450+ meters; ran … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 9 – X-Rock to Just Before Goose Rapids

Previous Post: Canoeing the Bloodvein Day 8 – Moosebone to X-Rock Rapids DAY 9 BASICS: distance: 17 kilometers from 9:30 to 2:30 weather: beautiful sunny day ; slight wind from NW rapids/portages: W26 portage finish + W27 rapids – 185 meter carry … Continue reading

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Canoeing The Bloodvein Day 8 – “Moosebone” Rapids to “X-Rock” Rapids

Previous Post:  Canoeing the Bloodvein Day 7 – Artery L. to Moosebone Rapids  DAY 8 BASICS: All images enlarge with a click or two; blue text leads to more info with a click. distance: 32 kilometers weather: a great day to … Continue reading

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