Canoe Trips in Canada
The Bonaventure River, Gaspe, Quebec, begins in the heart of the Chic Choc Mountains, the Bonaventure flows 80 miles to the Bay of Chaleur. It boasts numerous class II rapids, quick water, and no lengthy portages. Although this is not a demanding trip physically, it does require good paddling skills. An excellent canoe trip for teens and adults. available in June. 5-7 days on the river, 1 day of road travel on either end, ages 14 and up. More info and slide show
Cascapedia River, Gaspe, Quebec, Come join us for a nine day adventure, which includes two travel days and seven days on the river. The Gaspe is a long haul from anywhere, although there are small fishing villages scattered here and there on the peninsula's edge, the interior is virtually uninhabited. We will arrange to meet guests the day prior to the start date in Bangor or Presque Isle, Maine, to which air service is available. We will travel to Quebec and stay at a motel in New Richmond, Quebec. After breakfast on Day 1, we will meet up with our Canadian associates and be shuttled to the put-in and spend seven days paddling to the sea. On our last day we will take out about noontime and travel back to our original starting point in Maine, spending one motel night enroute. Cost includes both night's motel lodging.
de Pas River, Northern Quebec, this remote wilderness canoe trip is located northeast of Schefferville and is a tributary to the George River. Available two weeks in July or August. Catch 2-5lb Brook Trout! Just getting to and from is half the adventure traveling by rail and bushplane, ages 14 and up. More info and slide show
NE Mistassibi River, Northern Quebec, the NE Mistissibi offers 80 miles of remote wilderness canoeing through a scenic valley of Black Spruce and hills with cascading waterfalls. Numerous class I-II rapids. Good paddling skills required. This trip is available July-August, ages 14-up. More info and slide show
Liard River, Yukon, Remote 13 day wilderness canoe trip to historic Klondike goldrush country. Floatplane in & paddle out, winding thru the mountains on a clear river with pools of bull trout and Arctic grayling. More info and slide show
Note: New to the sport of paddling and have a desire to do an extended canoe trip in Canada someday? The St. Croix River is a great trip to gain and brush up on basic whitewater skills. Contact Dave to discuss options for the purpose of gaining these skills.
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