Posted 03.01.2011

A decade of revival in the backcountry:

Portages, hiking trails and access

The backcountry travel landscape is always in flux as the forest and beavers claw at trails. Many travelers moved from popular routes into remote areas in search of solitude and adventure.

As a result, over the first decade of the century, many portages (all nastawgan) were revived. Adventurous trekkers constructed new hiking trails, including the tour-de-force, Ottawa Temiskaming Highland Trail. Add to that, courtesy of the logging industry, three new access points: one improved, and two re-opened.

Find detailed maps under map symbols.

 

Map: revived canoe routes, portages & access points, and new hiking trails in Temagami in the first decade: 2000-2010. Reuben, Ishpatina, Gervais, Hamlow, Regan, Stull, Grand Campment, Burns trail, Ottawa Temiskaming Highland Trail, Kellys, Marjorie, Backdoor, Pinetorch creek, Misabi lake, Twinkle Lake, Gamble Lake, Lewbert

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