SEARCH

Canoeing Info

Outfitting Services 

Regs & Rules

Backcountry Ethics

Avoiding the crowds

Closed campsites

Water Levels

Bears


Canoe Routes

Chiniguchi

Upper Sturgeon

Obabika access

South Muskego

Hap's Routes


Wilderness

Chiniguchi

Ishpatina

Maple Mt

Wakimika Triangle

    Old Growth

Fishing Spider

Dragonhunter


Preservation

Overview

    History


Heritage

    Kokomis Legend

Nastawgan

Temagami Canoe Co.


History

  Camps

Gateway 1881-1904

Lady Evelyn Liftover

Aubrey Cosens

Steamboats


Traditions

 Three-Walled Fireplace


Seasons

 Winter/Spring


Forum

Local links

Reviews


Search

 

 

Overview of Temagami features and the canoe area.  Quick Take

Spring photos: March 30 - April 5

Looks like winter, still

 

    N e w s    B r i e f s 

Spring photo gallery

Wolf Lake video shortlisted at film festival

Olajos new FOT president

Families of missing live in limbo

Does the punishment fit the crime?

Map expansion: Beauty Lake route

Hodgins at FOT meeting

Photos: fall colours

 

More...

Winter photo gallery

January 21: aerials of the park

December 21: aerials of Lake Temagami

Interactive map: Florence Lake

25th in series

Freeze-up: December 14

Dec. 14: sat image, freeze-up today

Dec. 13: sat image, one left

Dec. 12: sat image, four left

Dec. 11: sat image, usual holdouts

Dec. 7: sat image

Nov. 28: sat image, small and medium lakes iced over

Nov. 29: Miller's flyover

Video: wildlife

Temagami's "Discovery channel" presentation

WOLF LAKE CRISIS

Video shortlisted a film festival

Artists focus on Wolf Lake

Irreplacable ecosystem: scientific report

Scientific discoveries

Video: Wolf Lake appeal

Trask: families of missing live in limbo

Search resumes

Trask: missing one year

Trask: missing-person flyer July update

Trask: missing-person flyer (May) update

Trask clothing found

Trask's whereabouts a mystery

Search for man missing four weeks

One map to rule them all

One map for the region is now in print.

Keewaydin history on sale

The award-winning story of the world's oldest canoe camp is available in Temagami this summer.

Land claim negotiations

List of all stories, background, and a map.

OLDER STORIES >>

Canoeists' Town Square: Temagami Outfitting

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

Lake Temagami park

Getting to know the area

Alternate access via Obabika Lake 

Lady Evelyn's Waterfalls: South Channel 

Top Five Scenic Lakes 

Loving Lake Temagami to death

Land-claim negotiations

Snow-depth map

Forest Fire News- 2001

Going to Canada?

Playing with fire

Grand Campment Bay Trail

500-year-old cedar found on Lake Temagami

Temagami's biggest fire - 1977

Reviews: Books, videos, maps

Ishpatina Adventure

Last major fire - 1992

Lady Evelyn Liftover

World's Largest Old-Growth Red and White Pine Stand

Guides Report 2002

 

CURRENT

CONDITIONS

MAPS

  Index

  Nastawgan

  Lk Temagami Atlas

  Hiking Trails

  Chiniguchi

  Upper Yorston area

  Hap's Routes

  Misabi Range

  South Muskego

  Popular Routes

  Ishpatina

 Solace area

  Areas

  Settlement Lands

 

PEOPLE

   Alex Mathias

   Temagami Ned

   Hap Wilson

 

 

Forum

 

 

   Home   Rupert Battle   Rupert River   Temagami   Che-Mun

    Forum   Crees   Camps   Canoes   Keewaydin Way   Search   About   Contact Us

Maps and information herein are not intended for navigational use, and are not represented to be correct in every respect. 
All pages intended for reference use only, and all pages are subject to change with new information and without notice. 
The author/publisher accepts no responsibility or liability for use of the information on these pages. 
Wilderness travel and canoeing possess inherent risk. 
 It is the sole responsibility of the paddler and outdoor traveler to determine whether he/she is qualified for these activities.
Copyright  2000-2014 Brian Back.  All rights reserved.
We do not endorse and are not responsible for the content of any linked document on an external site.
 

Photo Credit policy