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Quetico Routes

Quetico Provincial Park Canoe Routes

The list of canoe routes in the Quetico Park are endless. Here are some suggestions of our favorites. These Quetico Park routes can be shortened, made in to base camps or combined to fit your needs. Spend some time reading each canoe routes full descriptions to get the "flavor" of each trip.
 
Canoe Route Name Entry Point(s) Days
(Recommended Minimum)
Type of Fish Experience Level Full Description
Agnes via, Falls Chain, Louisa, McEwen 71,73 7 W,SM,LT,NP Experienced View full Description
Beaver House (Fly-In), Sturgeon, Kawnipi, Falls Chain 32 7 W,SM,LT,NP Experienced View full Description
Blackstone Base Camp 72,73 3 Lt,SM,NP,W Beginner View full Description
Clay Lake (Fly In), Wawiag, Kawnipi, Falls Chain 23 5 W,SM,LT,NP Experienced View full Description
French (Fly-In), Kawnipi, Saganagons 12 6 W,SM,LT,NP Experienced View full Description
Jasper, Lily Pad, Silver Falls 71 3 SM,P,W,LT Beginner View full Description
Kawnipi via, Cache Bay, Falls Chain, Cache Bay 73 5 W,SM,LT,NP Intermediate View full Description
Mack via Ross, Wawiag, Kawnipi, Saganagons 73,74 5 W,SM,LT,NP Experienced View full Description
Man Chain, Emerald, Ottertrack 72 4 LT,SM,W,NP Intermediate View full Description
McEwan, Glacier, Wet 73 4 LT,SM,W,NP Intermediate View full Description
Saganagons Boundary Point Base Camp 74 3 W,SM,LT,NP Beginner View full Description

Key
Fish
W=walleye, SM=small mouth, NP=northern pike, LT=lake trout

Experience Level
Beginner=few and or short portages, shorter paddling distances.
Intermediate=moderate number and or portages less than 1 mile, moderate amount of paddling. Experienced=significant number of portages and or long portages and or large amount of paddling.

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