Dumoine River from Lac Benoit

CanadaQuebec04 Ottawa
Submitter & Author Information
Route submitted by: 
Admin
Trip Date : 
Route Author: 
Unknown
Additional Route Information
Distance: 
60 km
Duration: 
4 days
Loop Trip: 
No
Portage Information
No. of portages: 
14
Total Portage Distance: 
3376 m
Longest Portage: 
1500 m
Difficulty Ratings
River Travel: 
Advanced
Lake Travel: 
Novice
Portaging: 
Moderate
Remoteness: 
Intermediate
Background Trip Info
Water Levels: 
Route Description
Access to Put-In Information: 

Frequent and rugged portages

Technical Guide: 

Access is by fly-in to Lac Benoit
South through Lac Benoit
P 30 m R around rapid
P 70 m R around falls
P 225 m R around Canoe Eater (Class III)
Class I rapid
Class II rapid (The Sleeper)
Class II rapid (Double Choice)
Class II rapid (The Snake)
P 120 m R around rapid (Thread the Needle)
Log Jam Rapids
Gooseneck Rapids
P 70 m R around Little Steel rapids
P 312 m R around Little Steel Falls
Class I rapid
Cass II rapid
Swifts
Class II rapid (Cliff Hanger)
South through Burnt Island Lake
Swift
Class I rapid (Gap Chutes)
P 212 m L around Big Steel Rapids
Class I Rapid
Class II rapid
Swifts
South on Dumoine River
Class II Rapid (Z Rapids)
P 138 m L around Turner Rapids
South on Dumoine River
P 1500 m R around Grand Chute (alternate 1000 m trail, but more difficult)
South through Lac Robinson
P 138 m R around rapid
P 468 m R around rapid
P 200 m R around rapid
Swifts and Class I`s
P 184 m R around Examination Rapids
Class I rapid
P 30 m R around falls
Swifts
P 70 m L around falls
South on Dumoine River
Cross Ottawa River (caution - windy area)
Finish at Driftwood Provincial Park

Maps Required
Topo Maps (1:50,000): 
31 K/13 Lac Dumoine 31 K/12 Lac Russel 31 K/5 Lac du Pinceau 31 K/4 Rolphton
Other
Special Comments: 

Many of the rapids listed are runnable, depending on water levels and paddler skill

Comments

Post date: Thu, 10/16/2008 - 17:48

Comments: 

i do not understand the route for the dumoine river; when i look at maps, i do not see a river flowing off of Lac Benoit; if you could please explain me it a little more detailed, i would be very greatful

Post date: Sat, 01/01/2000 - 07:00

Comments: 

For a free map of the Dumoine
(in French however)
and many other rivers,
go to www.cartespleinair.org

Charles