Looking for the path less paddled? Veteran paddler Kevin Callan's seventh book guides us along lesser-known waterways in the lake- and river-rich paddling mecca of Ontario. Tired of counting red canoes like VWs on the highway? Fed up with portage line-ups? Get lost with one of Ontario's most popular canoeing guides. Includes detailed trip descriptions, maps of all access points, accurate portage lengths, tips, advice, history, folklore, and Callan's trademark self-effacing anecdotes of his encounters with bugs, fish, wildlife, whitewater, weather and campsite gremlins.
About the author
Kevin Callan is the author of 13 books, including the hugely popular Paddler's Guide series and the bestselling The Happy Camper. His writing and photography appear in Canadian Geographic and Ontario Nature, and he is the recipient of five National Magazine Awards. Kevin lives in Peterborough, Ontario.
I was able to see firsthand the care, research and attention to detail that Kevin puts into his canoe guides. Kevin is a dedicated wilderness canoeist determined to preserve the backcountry and the ancient routes through it.
Other titles by Kevin Callan
Top 70 Canoe Routes of Ontario
A Paddler's Guide to Killarney and the French River
A Paddler's Guide to Algonquin Park
Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario
Complete Guide to Winter Camping
The New Trailside Cookbook
100 Delicious Recipes for the Camp Chef
Dazed but Not Confused
Tales of a Wilderness Wanderer
The Happy Camper
The Essential Guide to Life Outdoors
Top 50 Canoe Routes of Ontario
A Practical Guide to Camping Bliss