Another Algonquin Backpacking Trip

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  1. scubasteve

    scubasteve Distinguished Member

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    i already could lol i just completed my 40hr advanced wilderness first aid course. im about to start offering guided canoe trips down the grand river, conestogo river and nith river uuntil i finish the cabin then im gone north for good.
     
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    awesome man, living the dream brother.
     
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    Very cool !
     
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    Who wants to come along for an end of summer canoe trip or a winter snowshoe camp-out?
     
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    We are giving massasauga a try this fall:) I hear good things.


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    nice ya it is a good route. im planning a temagami trip to go checkout 10+ pictograph sites on lake temagami. all crownland camping no permits or fees
     
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    Just came back from temagami and stopped off at 3 of the pictographs sites. Some are difficult to make out and there are a couple images that some aholes tried to chip out with a rock hammer but still pretty amazing sites. They stand out much better if you get a day with the sun shining on them.
    We also did the climb up maple mountain. Well worth the climb if you can afford the time
     
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    Ya I know some are barely visible that's why I want to do a trip to visit most on lake Temagami so I can plan a route to the ones worth seeing. I plan on doing a separate river run trip and hike maple mountain tho.
     

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