Sea Kayaking Trails in Canada

Sea Kayaking Trails in Canada
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Canada has 89 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 4.5 to 40 miles in length. The most popular trails are Toronto Islands, Lake Superior Provincial Park and Hot Springs Cove. Trails.com member Kevin M. recently completed Bruce Peninsula National Park: Tobermory to the Grotto.
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The Humber River paddle starts on the Toronto waterfront, offering good views of downtown, ...
I think most paddlers would agree that the stretch of shoreline from Killarney Provincial ...
The Slate Islands are an almost circular group about 6 miles offshore at Terrace Bay. ...
This archipelago is just 1 mile south of Toronto and makes a great day paddle destination, ...
Paddling in the fjord is a great trip for paddlers of all skill levels. The relatively ...
This trip starts with the scenic village of Rockport on the Canadian side and crosses ...
M any kayakers feel this section of shoreline is the best paddling on Lake Superior, if ...
The islands south of the town of Rossport provide enough shelter for canoes to visit the ...
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park is located on the Sibley Peninsula; it separates Thunder ...
Pukaskwa National Park has some of the most striking wilderness shoreline on Lake Superior, ...
The Thunder Bay area scenery evokes awe in visitors. It is easy to see why the Ojibwa ...
All of the Great Lakes shipping that is upbound for Lake Superior or downbound from the ...
The trip to the Navy Islands is slightly longer than the Admiralty Islands tour, but the ...
The North Channel is partially divided from the rest of Lake Huron by the islands of the ...
The Bruce Peninsula, a narrow finger of land about 50 miles long, separates Georgian Bay ...
The Bruce Peninsula, a narrow finger of land about 50 miles long, separates Georgian Bay ...
The Massasauga, a recently created provincial park, is a mix of inland lakes and bayside ...
This part of Malpeque Bay is tailor made for coastal kayaks. You will need to paddle some ...
This guide contains information on paddling Ram Island & Courtin Island. Ram Island: Ram ...
This simple and short day paddle is especially fine in the morning or evening when the ...
This area is another section of limestone shoreline like that seen on the Bruce Peninsula ...
The name Rondeau comes from the French, ronde eau, meaning “round water.” The park is ...
South of Point Pelee and north of Sandusky, Ohio, is Pelee Island. This 10,000-acre island ...
This is another somewhat busier, but more sheltered Georgian Bay trip like The Massasauga. ...
The Mink and McCoy Island groups form an arc off the eastern shoreline of Georgian Bay ...
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