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Bay du Nord River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/BayduNord/BayduNord_e.htm
Bay du Nord; River and Wilderness Reserve.
http://www.env.gov.nl.ca/parks/rivers/nord/
http://www.env.gov.nl.ca/env/parks/wer/r_bdnw/
http://www.env.gov.nl.ca/env/parks/rive ... index.html
http://www.env.gov.nl.ca/parks/wer/r_bdnw/index.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bay_du_Nor ... ss_Reserve
http://www.coastofbays.nl.ca/AECentre/wilderness.html
etc.
Middle Ridge Wildlife Reserve.
http://www.bsc-eoc.org/iba/site.jsp?siteID=NF018

Bay du Nord River. Diamond Lake to Pool’s Cove. Notes.
Ed note: Lots of whitewater.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Diamond Lake (hike to Mount Sylvester), Kaegudeck Lake, series of falls, Jubilee Lake, Koskaecodde Lake, Bay du Nord River junction, Medonnegonix Lake, Western Pond outlet, North Bay (of Belle Bay) and Pool’s Cove (road and ferry egress).

Exploits River. Red Indian Lake to Grand Falls. Notes.
Ed note: Aspen Brook Provincial Park (mentioned in the text and shown at Toporama) was privatized or closed in 1995 [Wikipedia].
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Red Indian Lake area, Exploits River, Red Indian Falls (not at Toporama), Badger and Badger Brook confluence, Aspen Brook confluence, Grand Falls.

Fogo Island. Chain of ponds near Tilting. Notes.
Location: East of Twillingate.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Farewell Harbour (Port Albert Peninsula), ferry to Fogo Island, ... , Tilting settlement, Steady Water Pond, horseshoe route, Sandy Cove Pond.

Gambo Pond. West end to Gambo. Notes.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Gambo Pond, west end, east end, brook, Trans-Canada Highway bridge, Gambo South, Gambo.

Gander River. Trans-Canada Highway to Gander Bay. Notes.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Trans-Canada Highway at Glenwood, Gander River, marked rapids, Fourth Pond, Third Pond, Second Pond, First Pond, Gander Bay (bay and settlement).
Title at source: Lower Gander River.

Northwest Gander River. Bay d’Espoir Highway to Trans-Canada Highway. Notes.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Bay d’Espoir Highway, Miguels Brook, Northwest Gander River, brook confluences (Chiouk, Rolling), rapids (Toporama), Bear Brok confluence, Great Gull River confluence, rapids (at Toporama), brook confluences (Jumbo, Gris), rapids (at Toporama), brook confluences (Webber, Beaver, Copper, Greenwood), bridge at The Narrows (egress point), brook confluences (Clarks, Red Rock), Long Island, delta, Gander Lake and mouth of Southwest Gander River, Trans-Canada Highway at Glenwood.

Northwest River. Various starting points to Northwest Pond. Notes.
Ed notes:
1. The Northwest River runs more or less parallel to, but south of, the Terra Nova River; it flows into Bonavista Bay north of Port Blandford.
2. The only Endless Lake listed at Toporama is in ON.
3. Toporama does not list “Ninety-Nine Island Pond” (or “Ninety Nile Island Pond”, or “Ninety-Nine anything”, or “Ninety Nine” anything.)
4. Northwest Pond (one of ~30 such listed by Toporama in NL) is about 7 km upstream from the mouth.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Meta Pond, or Endless Lake, or Ninety-Nine Island Pond (all by float plane), to Northwest Pond and road egress.

Terra Nova National Park. Information.
Terra Nova National Park.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nl/terranova/index.aspx
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nl/terranova/activ.aspx
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_Nova_National_Park
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nl/terranova/index_E.asp
http://www.greatcanadianparks.com/nfoun ... /index.htm
http://taiga.terraformers.ca/index.php? ... &Itemid=54
http://www.heritagefoundationtnnp.nl.ca/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_Nova_National_Park
etc.

Terra Nova National Park. Sandy Pond to Terra Nova Lake. Notes.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Road west from Trans-Canada Highway to Sandy Lake recreation area, Beachy Pond, Dunphy’s Pond, Pitts Pond, Terra Nova Lake.

Terra Nova River. Headwaters to Trans-Canada Highway. Notes.
Ed note: Serious ww river.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: Headwaters (not specified; Nanedock Lake?, Newton Lake?) by float plane, Lake St John (access by float plane or rough road), Mollyguajeck Lake, Terra Nova Lake, Big Falls, Grant Falls, Trans-Canada Highway (5 km from the mouth in Alexander Bay of Bonavista Bay).

Terra Nova River. Notes.
Ed note: The Terra Nova River flows into Bonavista Bay near Glovertown.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author Jim Price.
Route description: Float plane to lake (name not given), Nanedock Lake, Lake St John, Mollyguajeck Falls, Terra Nova village, canyon, Spencer’s Bridge (on Trans-Canada Highway).
Title at source: Terra Nova River: Barrens, Bogs and Boreal Forests.

White Bear River. White Bear Lake to Ramea. Notes.
Ed note: Extreme ww river.
Source: Murphy, Dan; Jim Price and Kevin Redmond. Canyons, Coves and Coastal Waters; Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater, St John’s (1996).
Route description: White Bear Lake by float plane, White Bear River, canyon, White Bear Bay (east of Burgeo), cross to Ramea and ferry (not paddle along coast to Burgeo?).