Dog River, Lake Superior - Instructional Expedition
Sea kayaking paradise; Lake Superior Provincial Park is sea kayaking heaven in Northern Ontario, Canada. Beautiful campsites, astonishing cliffs, waterfalls everywhere. This trip will lead us from the Michipicoten River, towards Nimoosh Provincial Park and the Dog River. We will then journey back, the trip will take us 6 days in a remote, backcountry setting.
This adventure is designed for sea kayakers who have taken Level 1 or feel they have the equivalent skills. The intent of this trip is to give paddlers experience participating on an expedition on big coastal waters in a controlled and supervised manor.
On this adventure we travel from the Michipicoten River, towards Nimoosh Provincial Park and the Dog River. We will then journey back, the trip will take us 6 days in a remote, backcountry setting.
The Nimoosh River waterway links Obatanga Provincial Park to the Superior coastline. The bedrock of Nimoosh Provincial Park consists of metavolcanic, metasedimentary, and felsic intrusive rocks of the Wawa Subprovince within the Superior Province of the Canadian Precambrian Shield. The intolerant hardwood-coniferous valley forests are similar to those found on the north shore of Michipicoten Island and along the Pukaskwa River in Pukaskwa National Park.
- Small groups lead by experienced Paddle Canada coaches. Max 3:1 ratio.
- All meals during the trip. (Days 1-6).
- We will provide you with a dry suit and kayak during the trip.
- Camping and accommodations.
- Park permits and platforms reservation.
- All common camping gear (tarps, etc.).
- If you would like to come in a tandem please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED:
- Transportation to put in.
- Personal paddling Clothing (dry suit or neoprene & paddle jacket combination, etc).
- Personal camping equipment, if a rental is required, please contact us.
- Day 0 : Meet Up at Pancake Bay Campsite
- Day 1 – 6 : Kayak Trip.
- Day 5 : Last Kayak Day. Take Out and drive home.
We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather (Known as Michipicoten) is the traditional territory of the Michipicoten Ojibway, Anishinabewaki people.