Here are some suggestions for canoe trips.  They are outlines and we would be happy to shape your stay to your needs.  Please contact Emily Schoelzel (Emily@keewaydin.org) for more information.

OPTION I.  Complete Package:  3 nights at Ojibway in a cabin with bath & 3 night canoe trip

  • $1,440 plus 13% HST - 2 people minimum
  • Each additional person is $125 per day

Includes:

  • All canoe tripping gear, (canoe, tent, kitchen fly, pots, pans and all eating /cooking tools  and utensils, Duluth packs, paddles, pfds, safety equipment, maps, canoe route notes.
  • All food, i.e. breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
  • Pick up and drop off at Mine Landing at the end of the Temagami Access Road.
  • You need to bring all your personal gear, including sleeping bag and sleeping pad.
  • Extra fees: park permits, fishing licenses, shuttle on lake to put-in for start of trip
  • *Guide: $100 per day

 

OPTION II.  Gear and Food package - 3 night canoe trip

  • $600 plus 13% HST 2 people minimum
  • Each additional person is $100 per day

Includes:

  • All canoe tripping gear, (canoe, tent, kitchen fly, pots, pans and all eating /cooking tools  and utensils, Duluth packs, paddles, pfds, safety equipment, maps, canoe route notes.
  • All food, i.e. breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
  • Pick up and drop off at Mine Landing the end of the Temagami Access Road.
  • You need to bring all your personal gear, including sleeping bag and sleeping pad.
  • Extra fees: park permits, fishing licenses, shuttle on lake to put-in for start of trip


OPTION III.  Gear Package -3 night canoe trip

  • $325 plus 13% HST2 people minimum,
  • Each additional person is $95 per day

Includes:

  • All canoe tripping gear, (canoe, tent, kitchen fly, pots, pans and all eating /cooking tools  and utensils, Duluth packs, paddles, pfds, safety equipment, maps, canoe route notes.
  • Pick up and drop off at Mine Landing the end of the Temagami Access Road.
  • You need to bring all your personal gear, including sleeping bag and sleeping pad.
  • Extra fees: park permits, fishing licenses, shuttle on lake to put-in for start of trip


TRIP GEAR PROVIDED:

  • 17' Ultra-light Swift Canoes or 17' Wood and Canvas Canoes
  • Hardwood Ottertail or Beavertail paddles,
  • Yoke for carrying canoe or traditional set up with tumpline and paddles
  • PFD's
  • Wannigans
  • Duffels
  • Tumpline's
  • Duluth packs
  • Splitting Axe with axe sheath
  • Saw
  • Garbage bag with small canvas duffle to carry out all garbage
  • Compass
  • First Aid Kit
  • Big Agnes Dome tent with double vestibule
  • Tarp for rolling up sleep bag and clothing
  • Camp Rope
  • Map Case and topographical maps marked with necessary campsite information
  • Shovel 

COOKING EQUIPMENT

  • Nylon Fly with fly line
  • “Jewelry” wannigan containing:
  • Utensils and Dinnerware
  • Kitchen & Cleaning Supplies
  • Pots and pans
  • Cooking spoons, spatulas, and knives
  • Reflector oven, baking trays
  • Fire Irons
  • Keewaydin cook book
  • Water Purification Tablets
  • Stove and fuel  

* Hiring a Guide:  A Keewaydin guide enhances your experience by providing the security of local knowledge and organization for meals, daily schedule and travel conditions. A guide will direct the cooking and camping, but by no means will their presence diminish the need for everyone to contribute to the day's work, from meal preparation to portaging. In addition, a guide will help in trip planning, food outfitting, teaching of canoeing and camping skills, plus organization of personal gear to make your trip fun, successful, and stress-free.