SAND RIVER

Join us for a spring run down the Sand River in Lake Superior Provincial Park close to Wawa. While not large, this river has some technical rapids and demanding portages, as well as beautiful campsites and majestic scenery-nature at it’s best. It is also quite remote and only accessible by train. We will meet on Sunday morning, June 6, at the station for the Agawa Canyon Train in Sault Ste. Marie and load our canoes and most of our gear on the train. We will then drive up to the park and shuttle cars to the take-out before catching the train as it goes by on its way to Sand Lake. We will spend six nights on the river, which will give us plenty of time for bird watching and fishing for speckled trout. Some whitewater experience and bug shirts are required since this is the peak of the black fly season

The Basics
Event Location: 
SAND RIVER
Date(s) & Time: 
Sunday, June 6, 2010 (All day)
Registration Cut Off: 
Book as soon as possible
Event Duration: 
6 days
Difficulty Rating: 
Intermediate
Participant Info
Maximum Group Size: 
Limit of 4 canoes
Itinerary
Required Items to Bring: 

Some whitewater experience and bug shirts are required since this is the peak of the black fly season

Event Coordinator/s Contact Information
Contact (Name): 
Larry Snyder and Wendy Champness
Phone: 
517 351-1970
Email: