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- Sat Oct 19, 2019 10:21 am
- Forum: Canada
- Topic: Hornaday River, Tuktut Nogait National Park, NWT
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I have been trying to fit in an extended summer Arctic trip every year or two. This year we did a packrafting/backpacking trip down the Hornaday River, NWT, starting at Canoe Lake, and going as far as La Roncière Falls. The trip was taken over a busy 15 days, and we had decent water levels, beautifu...
We did a short 3-day, 2-night packraft run down the Milk River in Southern Alberta, starting in the town of Milk River and ending at Writing on Stone Provincial Park. An enjoyable trip where hoodoos, cliff swallows, prairie, and badlands meet. Logistics: Camping was at the Gold Springs Park Campgrou...
I have been trying to fit in an extended summer Arctic trip each year. This year we did a packrafting trip down the Soper River, Baffin Island, starting at Mt Joy, and ending in Kimmirut. The trip was taken over a leisurely 8 days, and we had good water levels, a few rapids (II+), beautiful waterfal...