However, despite it's lack of popularity, the Mississagi River is worthy of consideration as one of the finest northeastern Ontario trips due to a great combination of large and small lakes, narrow rivers, some great whitewater sections and even a big waterfall at the west end. There are also a variety of access options, including by train. And anytime you have historical luminaries such as Tom Thomson and Grey Owl involved, you know you're onto something.
Our guide measures a handy 20x26" in size when opened, has a contour interval of 15 metres, and includes plenty of text and photos about local natural and human history, a detailed canoe route description (including portage lengths and which side of the river they're on), safety tips, contact info, great colour photographs - in short just about everything you'd want to help you plan and enjoy your trip.
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