SUMMER 2004 Long Trip Itineraries

Section A     Coats River-Richmond Gulf    Northern Quebec

Staff: Dave Chapin

Guide: Tim Nicholson

Route: Northern Quebec by road - put-in at Lac Des Oeufs - Kanaupskow River - Lac Roz - Great Whale River - Lac Picquet - Coats River - Lac Elizabeth (re-outfit) - Little Whale River - Guerrin River - Richmond Gulf - Umiujaq Inuit village - Radisson village by air  - return to Temagami by road

Section B     Sakami River    Northern Quebec

Staff: Alex Perkins

Guide: Reed Ryan

Route: Lac Albanel by road - Lake Mistassini - up Wabissinane River - Lac Baudeau - Tichegami River - small lake crossover to Eastmain River - Eastmain River - up Cauouatstacau River via Lac Marbois, Lac Gaudin, Lac Murion, Lac Catillon - Lac Dejean - Lac Ayde - Lac Planat - Lac Daru - Lac Rossignol - Lac Rosée - Lac des Antons - Gasparin Lake - Sakami River - Rivière De Pontois - LG3 Reservoir - takeout at Trans-Taiga Hwy - Temagami by road

Except for last six days, diverting onto the Pontois to the Trans-Taiga, route same as Section A, 1972. 

No Section C in 2004

Songadeewin 1     Winisk River   Northwestern Ontario

Staff: Tracy Hoeger

Guide: Rachel Cullingham

Route: Northwestern Ontario by road - Stirland Lake put-in - North Pipestone River - Pipestone River - Wunnummin Lake village (reoutfit) - Winisk River - Nibinamik Lake - Summer Beaver village - Winisk River - Webequie village (reoutfit) - Winisk River - Peawanuck village takeout - Timmins by air - Temagami by road

  First Songadeewin Bay Trip


Last updated: June 2, 2004

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