The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  SUMMER 2003

PAGE 1

OUTFIT 113
 

  HOME

 CHE-MUN MAIN 

  ARCHIVE

STORE

SUBSCRIPTIONS   

ABOUT

CONTACT US

In this issue

Front Page

Expeditions

Summer Packet

Canoesworthy

From the Editor

Canoelit I

Canoelit II

Discovering Eden

Back page

 

 

                                                                                                                    MICHAEL PEAKE

THE HEART OF IT – It was the core of a wilderness experience. North of the Thelon River in the Akiliniq Hills, Geoffrey Peake and Peter Brewster track their canoe up a small unnamed stream enroute to the Back River in 1985. This area, and others are celebrated by Alex Hall in his new book Discovering Eden.

 

 

 

 

DISCOVERING EDEN

In the Garden of Alex

By ALEX HALL

An excerpt from the new book Discovering Eden

EXPEDITIONS

Rupert R.I.P?   

Mackenzie Valley: Opponents to proponents

Boreal Confluencers

 

SUMMER PACKET

Pauzé and Barnes to Labrador; Michaud on Payne River; Stewart Coffin's book; Nahanni battle

CANOESWORTHY

North Pole Web cam; Diamond hunting on Melville Peninsula; Iqaluit-Goose Bay flights; An Inuit on Everest; Rats in the Aleutians

FROM THE EDITOR

A summer without a canoe adventure

CANOELIT I

Video: George Drought's Jewel of Ontario: The Petawawa

Les Stroud's Stranded

CANOELIT II

Book: Laurel Archer's Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Trips

BACK PAGE

Photos: Robert Service in his birchbark canoe; Carey Lake on the Dubawnt

 
 

 Summer 2003         Outfit 113 

   Page  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12   Next >>

Home   Che-Mun   Rupert Battle   Rupert River   Temagami

  Forum   Crees   Camps   Canoes   Keewaydin Way   Search   About   Contact Us

Maps and information herein are not intended for navigational use, and are not represented to be correct in every respect.

All pages intended for reference use only, and all pages are subject to change with new information and without notice.

The author/publisher accepts no responsibility or liability for use of the information on these pages.

Wilderness travel and canoeing possess inherent risk.

It is the sole responsibility of the paddler and outdoor traveler to determine whether he/she is qualified for these activities.

We do not endorse and are not responsible for the content of any linked documents.

Ottertooth Copyright © 2000-2009 Brian Back. All rights reserved.

Che-Mun Copyright © 2002-2009 Michael Peake. All rights reserved.