SUMMER 2003 Long Trip Itineraries

Section A     Thlewazia River    Nunavut territory

Staff: Dave Chapin

Guide: Tim Nicholson

Route: Northern Saskatchewan by road - put-in at Reindeer Lake - up Cochrane River in Manitoba - Smith House Lake - upper Thlewazia River - Nueltin Lake - Thlewazia River in Nunavut - Hudson Bay - Arviat village, Nunavut by powerboat - Churchill, Manitoba by air - Thompson, Manitoba by rail - return to Temagami by road

  Most northern trip ever for Keewaydin

  First Keewaydin trip to Barrens and Nunavut west of Hudson Bay

  First Keewaydin trip to Saskatchewan

  Expect to see barrens caribou

Section B     Upper Eastmain River    Northern Quebec

Staff: Alex Perkins

Guide: Booth Platt

Route: Northern Quebec by bus put-in at Lac Icebound Lac Icebound Fronsac River Lac Duruy up La Grande River - Nitchequon* Lac Nichicun up Nichicun River Lac Patamisk Lac Wahemen Height of Land crossover via Lac Leran Eastmain River (re-outfit) up Tichegami River Wabissinane River Lac Mistassini Lac Albanel takeout at Lac Albanel return to Lake Temagami by bus

No Section C in 2003

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