Paddling the Bloodvein River - Zoom Presentation

This will be a trip report of a group of friends on the Bloodvein River from late July/early August, 2022.

The Bloodvein River is a rugged Canadian Heritage River over 300 kms from its headwaters in northwestern Ontario to its mouth on Lake Winnipeg in central Manitoba. Beginning at Artery Lake in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, slipping into Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park, gave us the opportunity to travel 230 kms through Canadian Shield topography encountering 80 sets of rapids. We will share our logistics, costs, shuttles and why you should paddle this river!

Cindy and Ed have spent most summers paddling for pleasure and guiding on many rivers in Ontario, Quebec, Yukon and as far away as Tennessee and North Carolina. Ed is a Paddle Canada whitewater instructor for Madawaska Kanu Camp and the Ottawa RA Canoe Camping Club. Winter months are spent alpine skiing wherever there is snow and Cindy is a Canadian Ski Instructor working with adults, youth and elementary schools teaching downhill skiing.

Join us to hear first hand about Cindy's and Ed's adventure on the Bloodvein.

Join Zoom Meeting June 13, 2023, at 7 pm

Meeting ID: 835 8739 0097

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Tuesday, June 13, 2023 - 19:00
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Short social, then presentation, then Q&A.
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Gary Ataman