Missinaibi 2 - Missinaibi Provincial Park
The Adventure Map®
|Format||Waterproof folded map|
Published by Chrismar Mapping Services, 2009.
| Most serious paddlers have heard of the Missinaibi
River the longest unbroken stretch of paddling river in Ontario.
Missinaibi 2 covers the route from the north end of Missinaibi Lake to the town
of Mattice, a distance of 191 kilometres.
The big feature of this section of the route is the abundance of challenging whitewater rapids, and while there are portages to get you around the ones you don't wish to run, there are plenty that will give you a great ride.
This route also has the Hudson Bay Company fur trading post on Brunswick Lake. While the buildings are long gone, you can still visit the site of one of the HBC's most important posts, and the place where the arch-rival Northwest Company battled, sometimes literally, for fur-trading supremacy in the New World.
This waterproof, 1:60 000 scale topographic map includes campsites, portages, distance markers, GPS-ready grid system and many more useful features. Surrounding the map is extensively researched text about natural and human history, a detailed route description, trip planning suggestions, safety tips, contact info and photographs.
The Adventure Map® is specifically designed for outdoor adventurers such as hikers, backpackers, and paddling enthusiasts who need an accurate, up-to-date, rugged map to get them into and safely back from the wilderness.
The Adventure Map® is compact (most measure 18" x 24"/45 x 61cm or less), easy to read, and easy to fold. The maps are also waterproof, printed on specially-made, extra tough, waterproof plastic.
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This page last modified: April 19, 2011
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