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Canoe Trips - Explore Northern Manitobas Most Beautifully Secluded Rivers

Canoe Trips - Explore Northern Manitobas Most Beautifully Secluded Rivers

Experienced floatplane and seaplane pilots will fly-in your party and equipment to your choice of start points for your specified canoe trip route. View Manitobas lakes and rivers from the float plane as we transport you to your river of choice for the commencement of your journey. Discover and explore the Hayes River, Seal River, Little Churchill River or the South Knife River.
Of the many rivers that flow into Hudson Bay, Manitoba; these rivers allow you and your friends to experience the thrill of a fantastic river trip with a variety of pool, riffle and rapid excitement -plentiful and diverse including standing waves, large boulder rapids, and demanding drops.
Four self-guided river canoe trips will let you discover and explore northern Manitobas most remote and beautifully rivers, lakes and outdoor wilderness environments.
Take the paddling or canoe trip of your life! This is your chance to paddle down some of most majestic, rugged and untamed outdoor wilderness habitats in Canada.
A wilderness paradise full of rich and diverse history, outstanding river systems and unsurpassed wildlife watching, will make this trip an unforgettable experience for you and your party.
Plan your self-guided fly-in wilderness canoe trip in northern Manitoba Canada with us today.

Keywords: little Churchill river, Hudson Bay, northern Manitoba, Canada, floatplane, seaplane, canoe trips

Date Added: 28-03-2007 20:51:14
Category: Recreation & Travel Sailing
URL: http://www.wildernesstripscanada.com/
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