Trip Planning

I'm exploring the feasibility of a self-guided flatwater canoe trip inside the confines of Thaidene Nene National Park, in the NWT.

I see that an outfitter called Jackpine Paddle runs a 12-day 65 mile guided trip through exclusively flatwater lakes, with just one short portage. It is billed as being an "easy" trip.

My partner and I are expert flatwater canoe trippers. But all of our experience to date has been in Canadian Shield country. We have zero Barrens canoe tripping experience. So, is it viable (safe? prudent? etc.) to paddle small, flatwater Barrens lakes as a solitary couple?

Thanks
Jeff

Saturday, October 9, 2021 - 12:29
Jeff Wright
613 818-8009

6 of us are planning a trip down the Moisie River this August 2021.
I would love to talk to anyone who has run this river in recent years.
We might include another canoe pair if they were experienced white water paddlers.

Monday, February 22, 2021 - 22:27
Iori Miller
please use my email

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Monday, August 5, 2019 - 07:10
Anne-Marie
705 854 2002

Coppermine River
From Point Lake to Kugluktuk
July 19th - August 12th
21 Paddling Days

I am looking for paddler(s) who have paddled long trips with rapids. We will fly into he top of Point lake and stay at Peterson's Lodge for the first night.

Coppermine
Saturday, March 9, 2019 - 13:23
Brian Wraight
514-776-8613