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Temagami 4 - Northwest and Sturgeon River

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Temagami 4 - Northwest and Sturgeon River    
Format Waterproof folded map
Catalogue No. 0-929140-80-X
Scale 1:80,000
Language English only
Price $14.95
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Published by Chrismar Mapping Services, 2011.


This map shows the more remote western side of classic Temagami; the ideal area for a fly-in trip or a lengthy multi-week route. In addition to a selection of paddling routes through large and small lakes, there are several great river routes, and even the chance to hike to the highest elevation in Ontario, Ishpatina Peak.

At an ideal paddling scale of 1:80,000, Temagami 4 - Northwest and Sturgeon River map shows considerably more detail than government topos of larger scale. This map shows all or parts of five Provincial Parks as well as several Conservation Reserves that border and help protect them:
  • Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park: includes Maple Mountain (another provincial high point) and the afore-mentioned Ishpatina, as well as several large lakes and strings of lakes, plus a whitewater gem, the Lady Evelyn River. Note: the eastern portion of the Park also appears on the Temagami 1 - Northeast map.
  • Solace Provincial Park covers an unusual collection of string lakes in probably the most remote part of the area that provides a connection between Florence Lake and the Sturgeon River.
  • Sturgeon River Provincial Park is a lengthy, wild river-paddle south through both flat and whitewater sections running from Stull Lake area near Ishpatina Peak to the junction with Wawiashkashi Lake. The current is slow enough that one can also paddle upstream in parts, making for some interesting route choices.
  • Obabika River Provincial Park is a meandering river-great for wildlife viewing-that connects the eastern part of Temagami and Obabika Lake to the Sturgeon River.
  • Makobe-Grays Provincial Park, shown in an inset, follows the Makobe River north from Banks and Makobe lakes to the small Town of Elk Lake on the Montreal River.
Campsites, portages, access points, falls, rapids and much more are included, plus the incredibly detailed land and waterscape you've come to expect from The Adventure Map™. The back side is covered with colour photos and text detailing the natural and human history of the area along with suggested routes, safety tips, contact info and much more.

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: July 27, 2011

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