Paddling & hiking Ontario"s southern shield country by Kas Stone

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Published by Boston Mills Press in Erin, Ont .

Written in English

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  • Ontario

Subjects:

  • Hiking -- Ontario -- Guidebooks.,
  • Trails -- Ontario -- Guidebooks.,
  • Canoes and canoeing -- Ontario -- Guidebooks.,
  • Ontario -- Guidebooks.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Book details

Other titlesPaddling and hiking Ontario"s southern shield country
StatementKas Stone.
GenreGuidebooks.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV199.44 C22 O587 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination208 p. :
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3461490M
ISBN 10155046437X
LC Control Number2005415827
OCLC/WorldCa56965681

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This book contains a collection of 22 excursions that combine hiking and paddling to explore trails and waterways throughout southern Ontario's Canadian Shield landscape. It is a practical guide which includes detailed maps and instructions for the excursion routes/5(4).

The single-day excursions in this book explore the southern part of Ontario's rugged shield country. Combining hiking and paddling in equal measure, these wilderness trips are designed to return to their starting points so that no car shuttling is required.

The paddling is entirely flatwater, with only an occasional gentle current to navigate. The single-day excursions in this book explore the southern part of Ontario's rugged shield country. Combining hiking and paddling in equal measure, these wilderness trips are designed to return to their starting points so that no car shuttling is required.

The paddling is entirely fla*****er, with only an occasional gentle current to : $ ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: color illustrations, color maps ; 23 cm: Other Titles. Explore the southern part of Ontario's rugged shield country by boat and on foot.

Each of these 22 wilderness day trips combines flatwater paddling and moderate hiking in equal measure. Each route includes a detailed map and instructions as well as colour ry: Guidebooks. With nearly km of waterways navigable by canoe or kayak, the Thames River is a great paddling adventure through the heart of Ontario's Southwest.

Check out these paddling routes along the major branches of the river along with route maps to guide you along your discovery of the Thames. Paddling & Hiking Ontario’s Southern Shield Country. Boston Mills Press, Erin (). Chapter 5. Petroglyphs Eels Creek and the Petroglyphs.

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Kas Stone is the author of Paddling and Hiking Ontario's Southern Shield Country. A seasoned paddler and hiker, as well as a mapmaker and photographer, she writes guidebooks and articles about wilderness destinations.

She lives near Toronto. Customers who Reviews: 8. Hiking packages at Canadian Shield Adventures include accommodations, maps, meals and transportation to and from some of the many trails that this area has to offer. Birdwatchers take notice. This package is less rugged than the biking or kayaking trips and is perfect for those wanting to experience The Shield while still enjoying the comforts.

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This is the only location in New York State where you can find Class IV+ rapids for the entire paddling season. Hiking & Backpacking. The park has several hiking trails as well as the multi-loop Abes and Essen backpacking trial.

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