Mountain River Whitewater Canoe Trip, NWT, Canada, July 4-22, The Mountain River is known by many as the best wilderness canoeing river in Canada. A whitewater river with large volume rapids, fast current and five canyons surrounded by steep and ragged mountains. Starting in a stream just wide enough to float your canoe, we travel through miles of unspoiled wilderness. Numerous class I-III rapids make it necessary to cover our canoes with spray skirts. Continuous fast current allows us to cover large distances quickly without much paddling. Camping is on gravel bars and daylight is almost around the clock. You may see caribou, moose, wolves, Dallís sheep, grizzly or black bear. Access in and out is by float plane out of Norman Wells.
NE Mistassibi River Whitewater Canoe Trip, Quebec, July 15-26, fast water & miles and miles of rapids through a beautiful Canadian forest river valley. Suitable for experienced paddlers and polers. This summer's trip we are building lots of time into the schedule to fish for Brook trout. Great river to solo or tandem. First & last day's are travel days, with 10 days on the river. $1,995.00 (more info.)
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Saint Croix River, Maine, With good water levels all summer long, miles of quick water, and easy class I-II rapids, it's easy to see why the St. Croix River is one of Maine's best canoe trips for novices and experienced alike. With numerous starting and ending points, choose a day trip, over night or longer up to 5 days. A great trip for families, small and large groups. (more Info.)
Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Maine, The Allagash is our best canoe trip for spotting wildlife and is popular with families, scout groups, summer camps, adult and youth groups. With its easy flowing water, it is one of the few eastern rivers that can be paddled for a week or longer and not bump into civilization. Choose from 4-10 days with numerous starting and ending points. (more Info.)
Joining Others on a trip in 2013, Perhaps you're one person or a small group wanting to join others on an outing. Contact Dave to discuss what group trips are in the making or lined up for Maine and Canada. Trips are more affordable when the group size is six or more people verses only two or three.