The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SUMMER 2002

PAGE 5

OUTFIT 109
 

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   Spring Run  

Rock Delta Runners

It was a Spring run for the HACC through the unique bedrock delta of northern Ontario's lower French River to Georgian Bay. It's a classic canoeing tradition dating back to the voyageurs. The entrance to the Old Voyageurs Channel is still marked, as Eric Morse noted, by twin pines. The canoeists are Peter Scott (stern) and Sam Magill.

Photos by Michael Peake

The voyageurs, who happened to name the famed La Dalle Rapid (the Eavestrough), was in full boil in early May.

The Petite Facile (right) the sickle. 

The entrance to the Old Voyageurs Channel (lower left) is still marked, as Eric Morse noted, by twin pines. Campsite on the Western Channel (lower right).

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