The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  AUTUMN 2002

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OUTFIT 110
 

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In this issue

Front Page

Expeditions

Fall Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit

Back page

 

 

A member of the Quoich River party surveys the alluring Barrenlands of Nunavut and his party's tents in the distance. The Quoich River is almost in the backyard of Baker Lake, making it easy to get to and it offers a classic northern river experience.

 

 

Photo: Doug McKown

EXPEDITIONS

Cruising the Quoich

Story and photos by DOUG MCKOWN

Veteran paddler Doug McKown takes us down the remote and seldom paddled Quoich River east of Baker Lake. This classic Barrenlands River has it all, animals, rapids, scenery and no people as it runs south into Chesterfield Inlet.

FALL PACKET

Wildernesscanoe.org, Payne Lake Project

CANOESWORTHY

Backpacking in Auyuittuq National Park on Baffin Island, Beluga whale hunt

FROM THE EDITOR

Move to Ottertooth.com, Annual HACC dinner.

CANOELIT

Books: Barrow to Boothia by William Barr; 20 Years of Canoe Camping North of 60 by Clayton Klein.

Historical photo spread: Ft. Confidence: 1902, 1911, 1991.

BACK PAGE

17th Annual Maine Canoe Symposium; Authors John Rugge and Jim Davidson

 

HACC PRINTS 

Wilderness paddling prints available

Check out the prints at homepage.mac.com/mpeake/PhotoAlbum1.html 

 

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