On July 25, 2012 our group of 2 paddlers embarked on an 8 day canoe expedition through portions of the Albany River Provincial Park. The trip saw us navigate 49 sets of rapids over a 150 km stretch of pristine, remote Northern Ontario wilderness. We fished to our hearts content, catching a bounty of walleye for evening meals, while spotting countless wildlife including moose, bears, and bald eagles. The trip proved to be quite the adventure as we took an 800m swim after dumping in a substantial rapid, and at the end of the trip we waited 36 hours for our float plane pick-up, running dangerously low on fuel, food and working with a failed water filter.
Learn more about our Albany River canoeing adventure.