Avoiding the crowds
Overview of Temagami features and the canoe area. Quick Take
Now is the time to visit while they still stand
Bear, moose and wolf by Harold Keevil
First paddling companion
25th in series
WOLF LAKE CRISIS
One map for the region is now in print.
The award-winning story of the world's oldest canoe camp is available in Temagami this summer.
List of all stories, background, and a map.
This unique outfitter on the waterfront of Temagami village is the canoeists' drop-in centre.
30 MILLION HITS AND GROWING
Ten months after its birth, Ottertooth reached its first million hits on Aug. 29, 2001! And then it took less than half that time to reach the second million! Today, we have topped 30. Thanks to all of you for your support.
"Don't ever take whatever you love to do for granted. Fate won't."
— Michael Peake, Che-Mun magazine
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