Copied right from the map because we couldn’t have said it better:
“For the past two decades, the Friends of Temagami has been documenting, restoring and promoting lost, forgotten and underused canoe routes in Temagami. This map is the result of a comprehensive review of existing information coupled with on-the-ground explorations. It is much more than a simple canoe routes map. The planning map shows over 4000 km of canoe routes, 1450 portages, 1100 campsites, 60 access points and 47 viewpoints.
It also shows 14 provincial parks, 26 conservation reserves and 10 hiking trail networks. Uniquely, it includes paleo-historic points of interest, filed notes highlighting special features, and over 30 significant and accessible stands of old growth pine forest. We are proud to introduce a number of previously unpublished routes and other hidden gems.
This map is a large scale planning map depicting the interconnecting canoe routes of the Greater Temagami canoeing district. It’s purpose is as a route planner. It should be used in conjunction with other sources of route detail…”