CANOEING

CANOEING

Picture yourself quietly gliding through the water on a beautiful sunny day, not another person in sight and only the sound of the wind rustling through the trees and the waves splashing against the shore breaking the tranquil silence. you spot a bald eagle soaring above and a moose bathing in the shallows.  Finish off the day by enjoying some of the finest Northern nightlife – roasting marshmallows over a campfire under the brightly shining stars of a clear northern sky, the majestic northern lights dancing the night away.

Highway 105 offers world-class canoeing opportunities for people of all ages and all levels of experience.

Highway 105 is the perfect location to enjoy a canoe trip. With such a huge tract of wilderness, there are a large number of river systems throughout the region to paddle and explore. Whatever your preference, there is everything from quiet lake paddling to the thrill of cascading water. The Berens River, the English River, the Bloodvein River (a Canadian Heritage River) and Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, with over 2,000 kilometers of lakes and rivers, are all ideal locations for remote excursions by canoe. you will be amazed by the spectacular scenery, the wildlife, the northern lights, the ancient pictographs, and the extreme vastness of this beautiful landscape.

Visit Highway 105 for a spectacular wilderness canoe advenuture, where you may never see another person for the entire trip. Perfect solitude…

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“Everyone must believe in something.
I believe I’ll go canoeing”

Henry David Thoreau – American essayist, poet, philosopher and naturalist

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