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Abitau River, Whirlwind River and Tazin River. Online, Journal, Photos.
ALLAN: Post also in SK?
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: jmc.
Route description: Tazin Lake, Abitau Bay, Abitau River, Kesker Lake, Stratton Falls, Cuming Lake, Whirlwind River; return to Tazin Lake; Tazin River, Teseljiri Falls, Thainka Lake, Mann Narrows, Richmond Narrows, Tatse Lake, … , Hill Island Lake.
Title at source: Travels on the Abitau, Whirlwind, and Tazin Rivers.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 24&t=34445

Beaulieu River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Cameron River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Great Slave Lake to Coppermine River. Online, Photos.
Author: Michael Peake (HACC).
Route description: Great Slave Lake, Great Bear Lake, Hepburn River, Coppermine River.
Ed note: Route is not specified in detail.
http://www.canoe.ca/AllAboutCanoes/canoe_photos_4.html

Hay River. Features.
... , Zama Lake, Hay Lake, Habay, Chinchaga River confluence, rapids, Henderson Creek confluence, Meander River settlement and access to Hwy 35, Adair Creek confluence, Hwy 35 bridge, Melvin River confluence, Lutose Creek confluence, Steen River confluence and settlement, James Creek confluence, Jackpot Creek confluence and Indian Cabins, NT boundary (AB Hwy 35 becomes NT Hwy 1), Grumbler, rapids, Swede Creek confluence, rapids, Alexandra Falls settlement, rapids, Alexandra Falls and gorge, Louise Falls, Twin falls Creek confluence, Enterprise, Fort Smith Highway, Hay River settlement; Great Slave Lake.

Hay River. Hay Lake to Great Slave Lake. Guide.
Source: MacDonald, Janice E. Canoeing Alberta. Lone Pine Publishing, Edmonton (1985). Ed note: Although much of the logistical information is likely outdated, the book contains information that I have not seen elsewhere.
Route description: Hay River features.

Little Buffalo River. Little Buffalo Falls to Great Slave Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Parks Canada; Guide to Waterways In and Around Wood Buffalo National Park.
Ed note: Spring river.
Route description: Hwy 5, access road, Little Buffalo Falls and small campground. Little Buffalo Falls, Lobstick Creek confluence, Seton Creek confluence, Sass River confluence, Klewi River confluence, Bear Creek confluence, Nyarling River confluence, Badwater Creek confluence, Hanbury Creek confluence, Salt Lake outlet, Fort Resolution Highway, Great Slave Lake.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nt/woodbu ... uide9.aspx

Mackay Lake and Lockhart River. Warburton Bay to Outram Lakes. Online, Journal.
Source: Paddlewise library.
Route description: Float plane from Yellowknife to Warburton Bay (MacKay Lake), Warburton Bay Outpost, Portage Bay, MacKay Lake Lodge, Lockhart River, Outram Lakes, float plane to Yellowknife.
Author: Rich Dempsey.
Title at source: The Lockhart River NWT/Canada.
http://www.paddlewise.net/stories/rdempsey.html
Author: Wendy Dempsey.
Title at source: A Paddle Trip on the Barrens: Another View.
http://www.paddlewise.net/stories/rdempsey1.html

Pate Lake to Behchoko. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: jmc.
Route description: Float plane from Yellowknife to Pate Lake, unnamed stream, Snare River, Snare Lake, Cotterill Lake, Ghost Lake, the “Small River”, Bousso River, Russell Lake, Behchoko (Rae-Edzo).
Ed note: Locating and verifying old trails.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 12&t=30699

Slave River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Slave River. Fort Smith to Fort Resolution. Online, Notes.
Source: Parks Canada; Guide to Waterways In and Around Wood Buffalo National Park.
Route description: Fort Smith, Slave River (downstream from Rapids of the Drowned), Bell Rock and Cunningham Landing, Salt River confluence, Grand Détour, Brûlé Point, Pointe, Ennuyeuse, Long Island, Jean River confluence, several channels (Sawmill looks like the best bet), Fort Resolution and the highway.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nt/woodbu ... uide6.aspx

Slave River. Online, Journal.
Source: paddling.net
Author: Norm Miller.
Route description: Peace River to Fort Resolution on Great Slave Lake.
Ed note: The Route is a segment of a trip from Fort McMurray to Tuktoyaktuk.
http://www.paddlermagazine.com/issues/2 ... le_2.shtml
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?16

Snare River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Snare River, Starvation River and Coppermine River. Rae to Kugluktuk. Notes.
Ed note: Posted also under Starvation River and Coppermine River.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Shawn Hodgins.
Route description: Rae, Russell Lake and Snare River, ... , Snare Lake, Winter Lake and site of Fort Enterprise, Big Lake, Starvation River, Point Lake and Coppermine River (features),
Title at source: Snare-Coppermine Rivers: Following John Franklin’s 1820 Expedition.

Wecho River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Whitefish Lake to Great Slave Lake; via Timberhill Lake, Eileen River and Snowdrift River. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: jmc.
Route description: Float plane from Yellowknife to Whitefish Lake (Thelon basin), Lynx Lake, Timberhill Lake, Sled Lake, Sled Creek, Eileen Lake, Eileen River, Tent Lake, Eileen River, Snowdrift River, Robert Lake, Dion Lake, Daisy Lake, Meridian Lake, Great Slave Lake, Pike’s Portage landing.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 12&t=28351

Yellowknife River. Notes.
Source: McCreadie, Mary.Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).

Yellowknife River. Features.
Greenstockings Lake, Hunter Lake, Porphyry Lake, Dissension Lake, Reindeer Lake, Upper Carp Lake (listed as alternate starting point), Lower Carp Lake, Fishing Lake (listed as alternate starting point), Rocky Lake, Moberly Lake, Clan Lake, Sito Lake, Quyta Lake, Bluefish Lake, Greyling Falls, Prosperous Lake, Tartan Rapids, Yellowknife Bay of Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife.

Yellowknife River. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government ibrary.
Route description: Greenstockings Lake, Yellowknife River features, Yellowknife.
http://spectacularnwt.com/sites/stage.s ... kriver.pdf