This was our long travel trip of 2016 and we’ve been keen to get back to it ever since! If you’re keen to get out for weeks at a time, into the heart of remote wilderness, and cover lots of different country in all manner of conditions, look no further. This trip is similar in scope and difficulty to our now-classic Missinaibi River expeditions (click the “Video Previews” tab to see footage from those past adventures).
“Nastawgan“: Exploring the vast, Temagami wilderness. This “bucket list” expedition for us will attempt a complete N-S crossing of the park, including big lakes, intimate creeks and steep portages. Our route connects our previous “Wolf Lake Eco-Explorer” in the south to “Ishpatina Ridge” in the north, with some wild sections of frozen river connecting the two.
Our Personal Opinion:
This is one of our favourite routes that we’ve ever travelled. From big, wide open lakes, to small ponds, creeks and the Sturgeon River. Long portages, steep pitches up and around waterfalls, incredible remote country and rich forest. This trip is awesome!
Note: If you are unfamiliar with “traditional winter camping” as we practice it, and for more general information about all of our guided trips, head to this page.