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Manitoba S Trans Canada Trail

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ISBN : OCLC:310396603
Genre : Trans Canada Trail
File Size : 74. 33 MB
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Trans Canada Trail

Author : Sue Lebrecht
ISBN : 1894524535
Genre : Travel
File Size : 70. 28 MB
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Lake Superior To Manitoba By Canoe

Author : Hap Wilson
ISBN : 1770859071
Genre : Travel
File Size : 56. 60 MB
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The Trans Canada Trail ( was designed to run uninterrupted more than 20,000 kilometers from the Pacific to the Arctic to the Atlantic Ocean. Hap Wilson -- a modern-day explorer and mapmaker -- was the man chosen to find a water route through the wilderness from Thunder Bay on Lake Superior to Manitoba's eastern border. First Nations peoples had traveled this mosaic of lakes and rivers 7,000 years ago. Coureurs des bois and voyageurs had used it to carry furs and trading goods. Wilson set off to carve a trail for modern users. He mapped it, measured it, marked it and in the process, experienced the best and worst of Canada's wilderness. He survived bear confrontations, being struck by lightning, grueling days slashing open old portage routes, a knee replacement, violent storms, gale force winds, isolation, biting insects, tick infestations and bitter cold. Organizers christened this section of the Trans Canada Trail the "Path of the Paddle" in honor of canoeing icon Bill Mason and Canada's First Nations. In this exciting account, Hap Wilson divides his 1,200 km journey into 12 routes with varying degrees of difficulty. Diary excerpts, hand-drawn maps, GPS coordinates, and photographs provide up to date information, expert guidance and anecdotal color. He describes the pictographs, old encampment stone circles that he finds along the way, more evidence of early travel, survival, myth, legend and mystery.

Path Of The Paddle

Author : Bill Mason
ISBN : 155209328X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Introduces the basics of canoeing alone or with a partner and demonstrates advanced techniques for navigating rapids, coping with accidents, and portaging

Rivers Of The Upper Ottawa Valley

Author : Hap Wilson
ISBN : 1895465052
Genre : Canoes and canoeing
File Size : 69. 3 MB
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The watersheds of the Ottawa River System in Ontario, Canada are steeped in the history of the voyageurs, and provide some of the best canoeing and kayaking anywhere in North America. More than just a guidebook that has outstanding cartography, this book documents the history, legends and culture of the Ottawa River along with ten detailed paddling trips.

Freshwater Fishes Of Manitoba

Author : Kenneth Stewart
ISBN : 9780887553745
Genre : Nature
File Size : 66. 92 MB
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Manitoba's ninety-three species of fish give the province the third most diverse fish population in Canada. The provinceĆ­s variety of geological features, with its major lakes, rivers, tributaries, and watersheds, is due in large part to its history as the basin for Glacial Lake Agassiz. This, combined with its access to the waters of Hudson Bay and large American river systems, has provided habitat for a wide diversity of freshwater fish. Species from lampreys to goldeye, catfish to perch, bigmouth bass to slimy sculpin swim in waters from arctic rivers in the north to Red River tributaries and down to the Mississippi in the south.Freshwater Fishes of Manitoba is a comprehensive, user-friendly guide. Each species is accurately depicted in detailed colour photographs and accompanying map, with descriptions of physical characteristics, spawning and feeding habits, distribution, habitat, ecological role, and economic importance. The guide also includes an extensive glossary, keys to identifying the families, species, and subspecies, and information on documentation and preservation of specimens. Freshwater Fishes of Manitoba is not only the definitive guide to these fishes of Manitoba, it is also accessible and reliable for a range of users from general fishers to professional fish biologists.

Hiking In Ontario

Author : Hunter Publishing
ISBN : 9782894646830
Genre : Travel
File Size : 57. 35 MB
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Hiking in Ontario gives in-depth coverage of some 400 trails in 65 parks and conservation areas, rated by level of difficulty, plus a listing of more than 160 additional hiking locations. More than 20 maps to keep you on track. All the necessary practical information (directions, trailheads, services) are given, as well as descriptions of each area's natural and cultural features.

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