Temagami: A Wilderness Paradise, Second Edition
Written and illustrated by Hap Wilson.
Published by Boston Mills Press, 2011.
| Temagami is one of the northern hemisphere's most desirable and
pristine wilderness areas. Each year thousands visit this 10,000 km2 wilderness
area in Central Ontario in search of rugged solitude and authentic backwoods
Temagami: A Wilderness Paradise features the best canoe, kayak and hiking routes and captures the true essence of "Deep Water Country." To keep pace with the discriminating needs of modern adventurers and environmentally minded travelers, author Hap Wilson has included over 40 popular hiking trails and viewpoint treks to Ontario's highes peaks. Also included are coastal kayaking trips following two of North America's longest undeveloped freshwater shorelines, and of course, all the classic canoe routes that have made Temagami so popular.
This comprehensive guidebook clearly details 27 of the best canoeing, kayaking and hiking routes and contains notes on the region's history, geography, archaeology, flora and fauna, as well as important outfitting, camping and safety tips.
This publication was previously published in 2004 as Canoeing, Kayaking and Hiking Temagami, and prior to 2004, was titled Temagami Canoe Routes.
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