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I have reserved:
1. One night at Tea Lake drive in camping ground just off Hwy 60.
2. 4 Langford Ultralight Kevlar canoe (16.5'-42lb) from portage store just across Tea Lake camping ground, $33/day. Bit expensive but heck we want go easy way.
3. Two Interior Camp sites for our first and second night.
Day one. Leave Tea Lake camp ground at 8am, get permits at park office, get canoes form portage store. Access point #6 is on the other side of the Hwy60. From there we launch the boat at Smoke Lake, paddle south to the first 240m portage enter Ragged Lake. Go west through West Bay enter Parkside Bay. A campsite is reserved here, Distance around 10km by map.
Day two, back to West Bay, go south, pass the second 590m portage to the beautiful Porcupine Lake, Explore the area, Second campsite reserved at South Island. Again it's a 10km paddling.
Day three, Head north cross Porcupine Lake back to the 590m portage, back to Ragged Lake, 240m Portage back to Smoke Lake access point #6. End the trip. 14km.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞