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Canoeing The Bloodvein River System – Maps & Planning

Why The Bloodvein? From its headwaters just west of Red Lake, Ontario the Bloodvein River flows westward for 340 kilometres before emptying into Lake Winnipeg.  The first 120 kilometres are within the boundaries of Woodland Caribou Provincial Park and flat … Continue reading

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Bloodvein Canoe Tripping – Some Images We Paddled Into

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This July my brother and I spent seventeen days canoeing the 350 kilometres of the Bloodvein River system. We started in its headwaters east of Knox Lake in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park just west of Red Lake, Ontario and ended up … Continue reading

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