Bideford River and Lennox Island Channel

Lennox Island, Prince Edward Island

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The Lennox Island area affords superb paddling. Lennox Channel is protected water that separates Lennox Island from the mainland.The shores are heavily forested, with plenty of sandy areas to stop and stretch or have a snack. Heading north, you will see the long barrier beach called the Malpeque Sand Hills. As you paddle toward the hills, you will observe a rock protruding from the water. Most likely, a cormorant or two will be resting on the rock drying their outstretched wings. To your left (west) you will observe the expansive Narrows and the continuous Conway Sand Hills. You can turn up into the Narrows or turn right (east) to follow the shoreline of Lennox Island.

Bideford River and Lennox Island Channel Professional Review and Guide

"The Lennox Island area affords superb paddling. Lennox Channel is protected water that separates Lennox Island from the mainland.The shores are heavily forested, with plenty of sandy areas to stop and stretch or have a snack.

Heading north, you will see the long barrier beach called the Malpeque Sand Hills. As you paddle toward the hills, you will observe a rock protruding from the water. Most likely, a cormorant or two will be resting on the rock drying their outstretched wings. To your left (west) you will observe the expansive Narrows and the continuous Conway Sand Hills. You can turn up into the Narrows or turn right (east) to follow the shoreline of Lennox Island."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Lennox Island
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Driving Directions: Directions to Bideford River and Lennox Island Channel

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May 2018