Northern region

Coverage:
West side: all waters north of the Saskatchewan River
East side: Nelson and Hayes Rivers and all waters north of them.

Explicit inclusions: Grass River, Churchill River, Seal River, Thlewiaza River, Cochrane River, Nelson River, Hayes River, North and South Knife Rivers, Caribou River, Gods River.

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Ashley Lake to South Seal River, via Larsen River. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Ashley Lake (by air or upstream from North Knife Lake), Hlady Lake (Toporama spelling), unnamed? river, unnamed lake, Kemp Lake, Larsen River junction, South Seal River junction.
Title at source: C-08 Larsen River from Ashley to the South Seal River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Athapapuskow Lake (Hwy 10) to Churchill River; via Kississing River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 19. Kississing Lake.
Route description: Athapapuskow Lake (Bakers Narrows, Hwy 10), Sourdough Bay, (Flintoba Lake?, Leo Lake?), Alberts Lake, (Eagle Head Lake?), Lac Aimée, Wabishkok Lake, Loughnan Lake, Middle Lake (at Toporama?), Kisseynew Lake and Kississing River, Barrett Bay of Kississing Lake, Muskwa Bay, RR bridge, Takipy Lake, Kennedy Creek confluence, Flatrock Lake, Churchill River at Shaving Point.
Ed note: Gahlinger suggests portaging from Flatrock to Burntwood Lake and continuing to Thompson. Other options are to paddle up to Pawistik or down to Leaf Rapids.

Burntwood River and Nelson River. Thompson to Gillam. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 17. Split Lake.
Route description: Thompson (Hwy 6), Burntwood River, Apussigamasi Lake, Unetoianumayo Rapids, Odei River confluence, along Rte 280, Split Lake and Nelson River junction, Split Lake settlement, Clark Lake and Assean River confluence, Birthday Rapids, Gull Lake, Gull Rapids, Stephens Lake, Gillam and RR.

Caribou River. Information.
Caribou River Provincial Wilderness Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... index.html

Caribou River. Named features.
Commonwealth Lake, Caribou River, Roberts River confluence, confluence with unnamed river, Pollon Lake, Baroni Lake, Round Sand Lake, Gagnon Lake, Rink Lake, Adam Creek confluence, Cameron River confluence, Gordon River confluence, Mason Creek confluence, Caribou Lake and Porter River confluence, Richardson Rapids, Burch Rapids, McMurachy Island (Kirk River confluence on western route), Mink Rapids, Long Lake, Sac Rapids, Hudson Bay.

Caribou River. Round Sand Lake to Hudson Bay. Book, Journal and Guide, Maps.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).
Ed note: This entry is part 4 (of 4) of the Cochrane, Thlewiaza, Caribou Rivers chapter; it is preceded by the Nueltin Lake to Commonwealth Lake entry.
Coverage: Round Sand Lake (by float plane) to Hudson Bay.

Caribou River. Commonwealth Lake to below Caribou Lake. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Traditional Arctic Kayaks library.
Author: Jim Rutzick.
Route description: Churchill, float plane to Commonwealth Lake, Caribou River named features, float-plane pickup a day or two downstream from Caribou Lake, Churchill.
Title at source: The Caribou River, 1994.
Journal:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/cari ... ournal.htm
Photos:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/cari ... r_trip.htm

Caribou River. Wolverine River to Hudson Bay. Notes.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Ed note: Documentation is scant over much of the route.
Route description: Roberts River (not Roberts Creek; by unclear route from Wolverine River), ... , (Spratt Lake, Nicholson Lake, Rudick Lake, Glover Lake?), Caribou River junction (below Commonwealth Lake), Caribou River named features, Hudson Bay.
Available for purchase at
http://www.canadamapsales.com/en/catalo ... index.html
The map is recommended to be used only in conjunction with topos.

Chiupka Lake to Leaf Rapids, via Barrington Lake & River and Churchill River. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Chiupka Lake, (Door Portage Lake?, Holmes Bay?), Melvin Lake, Evan Rapids, Barrington Lake, Barrington River, Larson Lake, Hughes River confluence, MacBride River confluence, Opachuanau Lake, up Churchill River, Vermilion River confluence, Leaf Rapids and Rte 391.
Title at source: C-10 Barrington River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Churchill River. Pukatawagan to Churchill. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 23. Churchill River.
Route description: Pukatawagana (by RR), Pukatawagan Falls and Pawistik, Flatrock Lake (access from Cranberry Portage), Highrock Lake, Twin Falls, Allen Lake, Wapowukaw Narrows, Devil Rapid, Granville Falls, Granville Lake, Rte 391, Leaf Rapids and Leaf Rapids settlement, Opachuanau Lake, Southern Indian Lake, South Indian Lake settlement (road and air access), Missi Falls dam, past Partridge Breast Lake, Manitous Rapids, Gods Rapids, Missinipi Lake and Gauer River confluence, Northern Indian Lake, Wilson Rapids, Kirkness Rapids, Fidler Lake, Billard Lake, Mountain Rapids, Little Churchill River confluence, Swallow Rapids, Little Beaver River confluence, Portage Chute, Kilnabad Rapids, Red Head Rapids, Running Landing Place Rapids, Limestone Rapids, Deer River confluence, Churchill (rail and air egress).

Cochrane River. Named features.
From the north end of Wollaston Lake (SK) to Brochet on Reindeer Lake (MB).
Wollaston Lake, Bigstone Rapids, Fitch Rapids, Warren Bay, Charcoal Rapids, Caribou Rapids, Allnutt Lake and MB border, Spencer Lake, Remillard Lake, Belfie Lake, Misty Lake, Whitespruce Rapids, Lac Brochet and Lac Brochet settlement, Chipewyan Falls, Peacey Lake, Thuycholeeni Lake, Cann Lake, Kamacheechawasik Rapids, Easton Lake, Kasakweeseeskak Rapids, Waputonisk Portage, Kamechayt Rapids, Reindeer Lake and Brochet.
Ed note: Posted also in sticky at SK Routes Forum.

Cochrane River. Wollaston Lake to Brochet. Book, Journal.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Route description: Float plane from Kinoosao (MB), Compulsion Bay of Wollaston Lake (SK), Wollaston Lake settlement, Cochrane River named features, Brochet, tow to Kinoosao.
Ed note: Posted also in sticky at SK Routes Forum.

Cochrane River. Book, Journal.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Part of trip from Snowbird Lake (NT) to Brochet.
Route description: Snowbird Lake (NT), ... , Lovell Lake, portage to Cochrane River, Remillard Lake, Cochrane River named features, Brochet.
Ed note: Posted also in NT and NU Resources stickys.

Cochrane River. Brochet to Thlewiaza portage. Book, Journal, Guide, Maps.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).
Ed note: This entry is part 1 (of 4) of the Cochrane, Thlewiaza, Caribou Rivers chapter; it is followed by the Thlewiaza River entry.
Coverage: Brochet (Reindeer Lake), Cochrane River features (in reverse), portage to Lovell Lake.

Cochrane River. Wollaston Lake to Thlewiaza portage. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Part of La Ronge to Arviat trip.
Cochrane River from Wollaston Lake (SK) to the start of the portage trail to the Thlewiaza River.
Author: Bill Layman.
Route description: La Ronge, … , Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River features, portage to Lovell Lake, ... , Hudson Bay and Arviat.
Ed note: Posted also in SK and NU Resources stickys.
http://www.out-there.com/billtri2.htm

Cochrane River. Lac Brochet to Thlewiaza portage. Online, Maps, Photos.
Segment of trip from Lac Brochet to Hudson Bay via the Cochrane and Thlewiaza Rivers.
Authors: group effort?
Route description: Drive to Thompson, fly to Lac Brochet. Cochrane River features, Thlewiaza River, Hudson Bay. Boat pickup at mouth, to Arviat; scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
Title at source: Here be Little Sticks / The Thlewiaza River Canoe Odyssey / (a voyage into the medium-far north) / July 8 - August 13, 2009.
Ed note: Portages, rapids and campsites are marked on the maps.
Report:
http://sites.google.com/site/thlewiaza/home
Photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tripicshar ... 69/detail/

Cochrane River. Wollaston Lake to Thlewiaza portage. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: David DeMello, with Jay Neilson.
Contents:
1. Descriptions of Bigstone Rapids and Caribou Rapids on the Cochrane.
2. An alternative portage from the Cochrane River to the Thlewiaza watershed.
3. Photos.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/domelloThlewiaza.htm

Cochrane River. Wollaston Lake to Thlewiaza portage. Online, Journal, Photos.
Part of Wollaston Lake to Arviat; via Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Tha-Anne River, Padlei River and Maguse River.
Source: bwca.com
Author: 4Lakes.
Route description: Wollaston Lake settlement (by road from Southend), Cochrane River, Bigstone Rapids (tip on portaging!), Charcoal Lake, Caribou Rapids, Cochrane-Thlewiaza portage, ...
Title at source: 1990 Expeditionary Canuck.
http://www.bwca.com/index.cfm?fuseactio ... rp_id=2208
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Cochrane River. Brochet to Thlewiaza portage. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Brochet, Cochrane River named features, Thlewiaza portage.
Available for purchase at
http://www.canadamapsales.com/en/catalo ... index.html
The map is recommended to be used only in conjunction with topos.

Cochrane River to North Seal River. Connector. Online, Notes.
Ed note: Other routes connecting these rivers are mentioned at
http://www.myccr.com/canoedb/routeDetai ... outeid=771
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Thuycholeeni Lake (on Cochrane River), Inutokinosayo (Toporama spelling) Lake, Kelso Lake, Sulyma Lake, North Seal River (I assume by the unnamed watercourse from Sulyma Lake).
Title at source: C-03 Cochrane River to North Seal (5 miles below Maria Lake).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Cranberry Portage to Lynn Lake; via Grass River, Burntwood Lake, Churchill River and Keewatin River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 20. Highrock Lake.
Route description: Cranberry Portage, Grass River named features, Reed Lake, Petersons Bay, Four Mile Portage (with RR crossing), Morton Lake, File Lake, Ellice Bay, File River, Loonhead Lake, Fairwind Lake, outlet from Dow Lake, Limestone Point Lake, unnamed lake, Craik Lake, unnamed lake, Burntwood Lake, long portage to Flatrock Lake and Churchill River, Highrock Lake, Granville Falls, Granville Lake (and possible egress at Leaf Rapids), The Manitou, Wapataka Narrows, Maskokupawitwin Bay, Keewatin River, Ghost Lake, Chicken Lake, Sickle Lake, Mokomanikuskwuneew Rapids, Anson Lake, Moses Lake, Cockeram Lake, Lynn River confluence, Burge Lake, Eric Lake, Lynn Lake settlement and Rte 391.

Cranberry Portage to Thompson; via Grass River, File River and Burntwood River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 16. Burntwood River.
Route description: Cranberry Portage, Grass River named features, Reed Lake, Petersons Bay, Four Mile Portage (with RR crossing), Morton Lake, File Lake, Ellice Bay, File River, Loonhead Lake, Fairwind Lake, outlet from Dow Lake, Limestone Point Lake, unnamed lake, Craik Lake, unnamed lake, Burntwood Lake (accessible also by a lengthy portage from Flatrock Lake on the Churchill River, as described in Gahlinger’s Chapter 19), Old Village Point, Burntwood River, Kiwanzi Brook confluence, Asippitti Crek confluence, Carrot Rapids, Eagle Rapids, Moose Rapids, Clay Rapids, Moose Beard Creek confluence, Driftwood Rapids, Along the Rock Portage, Grindstone Rapids, Leaf Rapids, Kettle Rapids, Gate Falls, Wimapedi River confluence, Jackpine Portage, Island Falls Portage, Snake Rapids, Crooked Rapids, Cut Rapids, Hopover Rapids, Threepoint Lake (access to Nelson House and Rte 391), Gods Rapids and Witago Portage, Caribou Rapids, Early Morning Rapids, Wuskwatim Lake, Wuskwatim Falls, Taskinigup Falls, Opegano Lake, Jackpine Falls, Upper Kepuche Rapids, Kepuche Falls, outlet from Burr Lake, Birch Tree Lake, Manasan Falls, Thompson (Hwy 6 and Rte 391).

Cross Lake, Echimamish River, Hayes River, Gods Lake, Hayes River, Oxford Lake, Cross Lake. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 10. Gods Lake.
Route description: Cross Lake (Jenpeg, Rte 373), Nelson River (East Channel), Rte 374, Pipestone Lake, Echimamish River, Hairy Lake, Painted Stone Portage, Hayes River, Robinson Lake, Robinson Falls, Logan Lake, ... , Hungry River, Aswapiswanan Lake, Mink River, Touchwood Lake, Vermilyea Lake, Namaykos Rapids, Gods Lake, Gods Lake Narrows, Bayly Bay, Bayly Lake, Wolf River, Fishing Eagle Lake, Knee Lake and Hayes River, Trout Falls, rapids (Wapatakosanik, Knife, Kiasokanowak & Kawepinikateekopasow), Back Lake, Wapow Narrows, Oxford House and Oxford Lake, Carrot Bay, Brogden Lake, Wakehao Lake, Ryne Creek confluence, 6 km portage, Walker Lake, Walker River, Cross Lake, Jenpeg.

Cross Lake to York Factory; via Cotton Lake, Bigstone River and Hayes River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 11. York Factory.
Route description: Cross Lake (Jenpeg, Rte 373), Opastakow Narrows, Papaneepawakok Channel, Kapayakwak Portage?, Black Rabbit Lake, Cotton Lake, Mahigan River, Bear Lake, Bigstone River, Bigstone Lake, Mostos Falls, Ox Rapids, past Sipanigo River channel, Brown Rapids, High Hill River confluence, Fox River, Camp Rapids, Great Falls, Gowan River confluence, Rainbow Falls, Stupart River confluence, Hayes River junction, Hayes River named features, York Factory; float plane to Gillam; or portage to Nelson River (please don’t paddle out into the Bay), up Nelson River, Prairie Point, Lower Limestone Rapids, Sundance and RR.

Cross Lake to Gillam (Nelson River); via Bigstone River and Kettle River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 11. York Factory.
Route description: Cross Lake (Jenpeg, Rte 373), Opastakow Narrows, Papaneepawakok Channel, Kapayakwak Portage?, Black Rabbit Lake, Cotton Lake, Mahigan River, Bear Lake, Bigstone River, Bigstone Lake, Mostos Falls, Ox Rapids, past Sipanigo River channel, Brown Rapids, High Hill River confluence, up Fox River, Dafoe River junction, Fox Lake, Atkinson Lake, portage to Kettle Lake, Kettle River, power line, Butnau River confluence, Gillam.

Deer River. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: Worth.
Route description: Drive to Thompson, train to Deer River. Deer River, Dog River and Churchill River, Churchill.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... =7&t=26493

Grass River. Information.
Grass River Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... index.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grass_Rive ... ncial_Park
Wekusko Falls Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... index.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wekusko_Fa ... ncial_Park
Pisew Falls Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... pisew.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pisew_Fall ... ncial_Park
Paint Lake Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... index.html
No Wikipedia entry.

Grass River. Named features.
Sources: Toporama and Bérard.
Cranberry Portage settlement, First Cranberry Lake, Second Cranberry Lake, Third Cranberry Lake, Elbow Lake, Iskwasum Lake, Loucks Lake, Flag Lake, Reed Lake, Tramping Lake, Wekusko Falls, Wekusko Lake, Wood Camp Bay, Wuskatasko River confluence, Missipisew River confluence, Kanisota Falls, Watts River confluence, White Forest Rapids, Skunk Rapids, Whitewood Falls, Mitishto River confluence, Mitishto Lake, Ferguson Creek confluence, Pakwa Lake, Setting Lake, Wabowden (on Bowden Lake; road and rail access), Sasagiu Rapids, Brostrom Lake, Pisew Falls, Soab Creek confluence, Kwasitchewan Falls, Phillips Lake, Halfway River confluence, Paint Lake, Paint Lake Provincial Recreation Area and road access, RR bridge, Partridge Crop Lake and Wintering River confluence, Natawahunan Lake (Toporama appears to be mixed up in this area), Standing Stone Rapids, Bald Eagle Lake, Teal Lake, Witchai Lake, Kelsey and Nelson River junction.

Grass River. Cranberry Portage to Paint Lake. Book, Journal, Guide.
ALLAN Link to Grass River named features.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).
Ed note: See also Three Centuries of Exploration in The Middle Track.

Grass River. Cranberry Portage to Nelson River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Grass River Canoe Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Coverage: Cranberry Portage, Grass River named features, Kelsey and Nelson River.
Available for purchase at
http://www.canadamapsales.com/en/catalo ... index.html
The map is recommended to be used only in conjunction with topos.

Grass River. Wekusko Lake to Wabowden. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: shanedennis.
Route description: Wekusko Lake (road access), shuttle across the lake, Grass River named features, Wabowden (road access).
Title at source: Grass River - Snow Lake/Wekusko Lake to Wabowden.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... f=7&t=7253

Grass River. Wekusko Lake to Wabowden. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: chris randall.
Route description: Wekusko Lake (road access), shuttle across the lake, Grass River named features, Wabowden (road access).
Title at source: Grass River, August 2008.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 14&t=32141

Grass River, Cranberry Portage to Thompson. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: Stefan Cowtan.
Route description: Cranberry Portage, Grass River named features, Paint Lake, Mid Lake, Upper Ospwagan Lake, Ospwagan Lake, Talor River (not at Toporama), Burntwood River, Thompson.
Notes:
http://web.me.com/stefancowtan/Paddle_T ... River.html
Photos:
http://web.me.com/stefancowtan/Paddle_T ... River.html

Grass River. Cranberry Portage to Wekusko Falls. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Cranberry Portage (Hwy 6 and Easterville Road), Grass River named features, Wekusko Falls (Hwys 91 & 92).
Title at source: C-01 Grass River (Cranberry Portage to Wekusko Falls).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Grass River. Wekusko Falls to Pisew Falls. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Wekusko Falls (Hyws 91 & 92), Grass River named features, Pisew Falls (Hwys 91 & 92).
Title at source: C-02 Grass River (Wekusko Falls to Pisew Falls).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Grass River to Nelson River, via Thicket Portage. Connector. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Grass River Canoe Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Partridge Crop Lake, Wintering River, RR bridge, Wintering Lake, Thicket Portage and RR line, Landing Lake. Route 1: Sabomin Lake, Cross Portage, Nelson River (at the east end of Sipiwesk Lake, Wetiko River confluence, Landing River confluence. Route 2: Landing Lake, Landing Lake, Nelson River junction.
Available for purchase at
http://www.canadamapsales.com/en/catalo ... index.html
The map is recommended to be used only in conjunction with topos.

Grass River. Cranberry Portage to Wabowden. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 14. Grass River.
Route description: Cranberry Portage, Grass River named features, Wabowden.

Grass River. First Cranberry Lake to Wekusko Falls. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Greenstone CFDC staff.
Title at source: 3. The Cranberry Lakes – Grass River – Elbow Lake – Iskwasun Lake – Reed Lake – Wekusko Falls.
Route description: First Cranberry Lake, Grass River named features, Wekusko Falls.

Grass River. Wekusko Falls to Wabowden. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Greenstone CFDC staff.
Title at source: 4. Wekusko Falls – Wekusko Lake – Grass River – Pakwa Lake – Setting Lake – Wabowden.
Route description: Wekusko Falls, Grass River named features, Wabowden.

Grass River. Wabowden to Paint Lake. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Greenstone CFDC staff.
Title at source: 5. Setting Lake – Philips Lake – Paint Lake – Thompson.
Route description: Wabowden, Grass River named features, Paint Lake, Hwy 6.

Grass River and Nelson River. Wabowden to Gillam. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 15. Partridge Crop Lake.
Route description: Wabowden, Grass River named features, Kelsey and Nelson River junction, two channels, Split Lake, Split Lake settlement (assess to/from Rte 280), Clark Lake and Assean River confluence, Birthday Rapids, Gull Lake, Gull Rapids, Stephens Lake, Gillam and RR.

Hayes River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Hayes/Hayes_e.htm
Wikipedia entry.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hayes_River
See also R K Groff`s site
http://rkgroff.tripod.com/riverweb/Default.htm
Return. Parties exit by float plane to Gillam followed by train to Thompson, or by float plane directly to Thompson.

Hayes River. Features.
Ed note: “Hayes River” as used here means the reach starting at Lake Winnipeg or Norway House, continuing to the Hayes River proper above Robinson Lake, and ending at York Factory.
Lake Winnipeg, Nelson River, Nelson River, Jack River, Norway House, Sesep Bay, Sea River Falls, Carpenters Lake, East Channel of Nelson River, Echimamish River, Hairy Lake, Painted Stone Portage, Hayes River, Robinson Lake, Robinson Portage, Logan Lake, Oskatukaw Rapids, Ohoomisewe Rapids, Wetikoweskwattam, Opiminegoka Lake, Windy Lake, Hahasew Rapids, Moore Rapids, Seeseep Rapids, Wipanipanis Falls and Portage, Washikamow River confluence, Oxford Lake (and Carrot River confluence), Oxford House, Wapow Narrows, Back Lake, Kawepinikateekopasow Rapids, Kiasokanowak Rapids, Knife Rapids, Wapatakosanik Rapids, Trout Falls, Knee Lake, Opischikona Narrows, Maskichikwan Narrows, Cebanakasipee Bay, Paktikonika Rapids, Apakisthemosi Rapids, Apithapakiticanona Rapids, Swampy Lake, Wetiko Rapids, Pakisikan Rapids, Nunatonowago Rapids, Neesootakuskaywin Rapids, Kakwa Rapids, High Hill Rapids, Brassy Hill, High Hill River confluence, Katasako Rapids, Apetowikossan Rapids, Slanted Rock Rapids, Tachipo River confluence, Whitemud Falls, Berwick Falls, Wachichakapasew Cliff and Fox River confluence, Rapid Hill Creek confluence, God's River confluence, Pennycutaway River confluence, Seal Island, York Factory.

Hayes River. Norway House to York Factory. Book, Journal, Guide.
Source: Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).

Hayes River. Lake Winnipeg to York Factory. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: The Middle Track & Hayes River Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Lake Winnipeg, Nelson River East Channel, Hayes River features, York Factory.
Available for purchase at
http://www.canadamapsales.com/en/catalo ... index.html
The map is recommended to be used only in conjunction with topos.

Hayes River. Lake Winnipeg to Churchill. Online, Journal.
Source: University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) Library, Sigurd F. Olson web site.
http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/research/sig ... ntents.htm
Ed notes:
1. The author of the commentary is not specified.
2. The entries are only fragmentary.
3. The item is included mostly for its historical interest.
4. The trip took place in 1964; participants were Sigurd F Olson, Omond Solandt, Elliot Rodger, “Tony” Lovink, Denis Coolican and Blair Fraser.
Route description: Lake Winnipeg, Hayes River (see Features entry), York Factory, Churchill.
Title at source: Voyageurs 1964: The Hudson Bay Diary.
http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/research/sig ... _diary.htm
Photos:
http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/research/sig ... photos.htm

Hayes River. Lake Winnipeg to York Factory. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Part of trip from US to York Factory.
Authors: Scott Miller and Todd Foster.
Route description: US border, Red River, Lake Winnipeg, Berens River settlement, Nelson River, Hayes River (see Features entry), York Factory; flight to Gillam.
Ed note: Filed also under Red River, Lake Winnipeg, ...:.
Title at source: Hudson Bay Expedition.
http://www.hudsonbayexpedition.com/journal.php

Hayes River. Oxford House to York Factory. Online, Journal.
Author: rkgroff.
Route description: Drive to Thompson, flight to Oxford House, Hayes River named features, York Factory.
Ed notes:
1. Contains also a brief history of the Hayes.
2. The link to the history of the Hudson’s Bay Company is broken.
http://rkgroff.tripod.com/riverweb/Default.htm

Hayes River. Hairy Lake to Swampy Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Hairy Lake by float plane from Thompson, Hayes River junction, Hayes River named features, Swampy Lake, return to Oxford Lake; flight to Thompson.
Title at source: H-02 Hayes River to Oxford Lake.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Hayes River. Sea River Falls to York Factory. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Sea River Falls (Nelson River), Hayes River named features, York Factory. Exit by flight to Gillam, then train.
Title at source: H-01 Hayes River to York Factory.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Hayes River and Carrot River. Sea River Falls, Oxford Lake, Cross Lake. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: Rappi.
Ed note: The report gives no details but it looks like an interesting and imaginative Route, worth bringing to the attention of CCR's readers; the access and egress points, both accessible by road, are separated by less than 70 km.
Route description (assumed): From ferry below Sea River Falls on Nelson River, Hayes River named features, Oxford Lake; Carrot Bay, Carrot River, Brogden Lake, Wakehao Lake, Kapaspwaypanik Portage (~1.6 km)?, Kapaspwaypanik Lake, Walker Lake, Walker River, Cross Lake, Cross Lake settlement (road access).
Photos: In CCR's Gallery.
Title at source: Hayes and Carrot River Loop.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... =7&t=31225

Hayes River (from Norway House), Gods Lake, Beaver Hill Lake, Island Lake, Bigstone Lake, Gunisao River, Norway House. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 9. Island Lake.
Route description: Norway House, Little Playgreen Lake, Nelson River, Sea River Falls, Carpenters Lake, Echimamish River, Hairy Lake, Painted Stone Portage, Hayes River, Robinson Lake, Robinson Falls, Logan Lake, ... , Hungry River, Aswapiswanan Lake, Mink River, Touchwood Lake, Vermilyea Lake, Namaykos Rapids, Gods Lake, Kanuchuan River and Rapids, Beaver Hill Lake, Waypapeekowin Rapids, White Deer Rapids, Goose Lake, Island Lake River (lengthy upstream travel through numerous rapids), Island Lake, Collins Bay, Akik Rapids and Mainland River, Pakeetapeekanik Rapids, Crow Narrows, Dobbs Lake, Long Rapids, Begg Lake, Pakwanchi Rapids, Pakwach Lake, Bigstone Lake, Gunisao Lake, Gunisao River, past Omachasic Lake, Numayweestaykwan Rapids, Pisew Rapids and Falls, series of rapids (Wekaysi, Mitoskwunnis, Minako, Inotookinosaysis, Isputtinoow, Sakowe, Muskwa, Wapukasew, Ininiwekun, Winnipeko, Kawakitchewasik), McLaughlin River confluence and Neketawak, Diamond Rapids, Jam Rapids, Kamachichiwasic or Opatinow Rapids, Delta Island, Towers Island and Nelson River, Norway House.

Island Lake to York Factory; via Red Sucker River, Gods River and Hayes River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 12. Red Sucker River.
Route description: Island Lake settlement (scheduled flight?), Island Lake, Whiteway Island, portage to York Lake, York River, Duck Lake, Red Sucker Lake, west of Red Sucker Lake settlement, Red Sucker River, Kuchechek Rapids, Namayopaskeetayhonik Lake, Mankoskapakayak River confluence, Namay Falls, Sharpe Lake, MacDonald Island, Okas Lake outlet, Kitchisakik Bay of Edmund Lake, Wapaminakoskak Narrows, Dyne Lake and outlet from Kenyon Lake, several channels, Red Cross Lake, Stull River confluence, Gods River junction and Red Sucker Rapids, Pisew Rapids, Deer Neck Island, Red Mud Rapids, Shamattawa and Echoing River confluence, Wachi Rapids, Wakaw and Yakaw Islands, Hayes River junction, Hayes River named features, York Factory.

Leaf Rapids to Thompson; via Churchill River, Rat River and Burntwood River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 26. Rat River.
Route description: Leaf Rapids settlement (Rte 391), Churchill River and Leaf Rapids, Opachuanau Lake, Southern Indian Lake, South Indian Lake settlement, South Bay, South Bay Diversion Channel and Rat River, Karsakuwigamak Lake, Pemichigamau Lake, Rat Lake and Reading River confluence, Misinagu Lake, Notigi Lake, Rte 391, Wapisu Lake, Threepoint Lake (access to Nelson House and Rte 391), Burntwood River confluence, Gods Rapids and Witago Portage, Caribou Rapids, Early Morning Rapids, Wuskwatim Lake, Wuskwatim Falls, Taskinigup Falls, Opegano Lake, Jackpine Falls, Upper Kepuche Rapids, Kepuche Falls, outlet from Burr Lake, Birch Tree Lake, Manasan Falls, Thompson (Hwy 6 and Rte 391).

Leaf Rapids loop. Granville Lake, Numakoos Lake, Hughes River, Churchill River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 27. Leaf Rapids.
Ed note: As best I can tell, the route does not pass through Stag Lake.
Route description: Leaf Rapids (Rte 391), up Churchill River, Granville Lake, Kapechheunikwa Point, Calder Island, up Numakoos River, outlet from Stag Lake, Eden Lake, Hughes River, Rte 391, Adam Lake, Barrington River junction, Opachuanau Lake, up Churchill River to Leaf Rapids.

Little Churchill River and Churchill River. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: Rappi.
Route description: Train to Thompson, Venture Air to Waskaiowaka Lake, Little Churchill River, Hale Lake, Musowetin Lake, Recluse Lake, Churchill River, Churchill.
Title at source: Little Churchill / Churchill River.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... =7&t=30861
More photos:
http://de.myalbum.com/Album=INCUFNGX

Little Partridge River. Book, Journal.
Ed notes:
1. Part of a trip from Snowbird Lake to Brochet.
2. Posted also in NT and NU Resources stickys.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Route description: Snowbird Lake (NT), Obre Lake, uncertain route, Kasba Lake, Roosevelt Lake?, Little Partridge River, MB border, McGibney Lake, Pound Lake, Strachan Lake, Draper Lake, Farewell Lake, Caribou Hoof River confluence, Dobson Lake, Kasmere Lake (enter North Arm), Thlewiaza River, Kasmere Falls, Thanout Lake, Fort Hall Lake, Blue Lake, Smith House Lake, Lovell Lake, portage to Cochrane River, Remillard Lake, Cochrane River named features, Brochet.

Lynn Lake to Churchill River; via Hughes River and Barrington River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Lynn Lake (Rte 391). Ed note: The route appears to run north through Eric Lake to Burge Lake, where it joins the Keewatin River; the route through Eldon Lake and Lynn River to the Keewatin River is likely also doable. Cockeram Lake, Moses Lake, Anson Lake, Cartwright Lake, Rte 391 bridge, Hughes Lake, Hughes River, Collins Rapids, Manson Lake, Elizabeth Lake, Rte 391 bridge, Wetikoeekan Lake, Pilote Lake, Johnston Rapids, Rte 391 bridge, Adam Lake, Barrington River junction, Opachuanau Lake, Southern Indian Lake and Churchill River below Leaf Rapids.
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Lynn Lake to Leaf Rapids; via Keewatin River and Churchill River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Lynn Lake settlement (Rte 391). Ed note: The route appears to run north through Eric Lake to Burge Lake, where it joins the Keewatin River; the route through Eldon Lake and Lynn River to the Keewatin River is likely also doable. Cockeram Lake, Moses Lake, Anson Lake, Mokomanikuskwuneew Rapids, Sickle Lake, Chicken Lake, Ghost Lake, Maskokupawitwin Bay and Wapataka Narrows, Churchill River and Granville Lake, Leaf Rapids.
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Lynn Lake to Leaf Rapids; via Keewatin River and Churchill River. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Ed note: Granville Falls is south (upstream) of Granville Lake, on the Churchill River.
Route description: Lynn Lake settlement (Rte 391). Eldon Lake, Lynn River, Keewatin River junction, Cockeram Lake, Moses Lake, Anson Lake, Mokomanikuskwuneew Rapids, Sickle Lake, Chicken Lake, Ghost Lake, Maskokupawitwin Bay and Wapataka Narrows, Churchill River and Granville Lake, Leaf Rapids.
Title at source: OM-13 Keewatin River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Lynn Lake loop. Wells Lake, Hughes River, Eden Lake, Granville Lake, Keewatin River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 24. Hughes River.
Route description: Lynn Lake (Rte 391), Eric Lake, Burge Lake, Keewatin River, Goldsand Lake, Wells Lake and Hughes River, Thomsen Lake, Dunsheath Lake, Gallagher Lake, Muskeg Lake, Chepil Lake and Eagle River confluence, Hughes Lake, road, Collins Rapids, Manson Lake, Elizabeth Lake, Rte 391, Wetikoeekan Lake, Pilote Lake, Johnston Rapids, Eden Lake, Numakoos River, Granville Lake and Churchill River, Maskokupawitwin Bay and Wapataka Narrows, Keewatin River, Ghost Lake, Chicken Lake, Sickle Lake, Mokomanikuskwuneew Rapids, Anson Lake, Moses Lake, Cockeram Lake, Lynn River confluence, Rte 391,Burge Lake, Eric Lake, Lynn Lake and Rte 391.

Lynn Lake loop. Hughes River, Brisebois Lake, South Seal River, Southern Indian Lake, Hughes River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 25. Big Sand Lake.
Route description: Lynn Lake (Rte 391), Eric Lake, Burge Lake, Keewatin River, Goldsand Lake, Wells Lake, Hughes River, Kakeenokamak Lake, Eyrie Lake?, Banjo Lake?, Brisebois Lake, unnamed? river, Le Clair Lake, Cline Lake, Big Sand Lake, Peterson Narrows, South Seal River, Wolf Lake, outlet from Umisko Lake, Stevens River confluence, Umisko River confluence, outlet from John McKay Lake, Loon Lake, Trout Creek, Trout Lake, Earl Lake?, Little Sand Lake, Little Sand River, Moss Lake, Muskwesi River confluence, Maskwasik Narrows, Mistuhemaskwa Narrows, Southern Indian Lake, Sucker Narrows, Opachuanau Lake, up Barrington River, MacBride River confluence, up Hughes River, Adam Lake, Rte 391, Johnston Rapids, Pilote Lake, Wetikoeekan Lake, Rte 391, Elizabeth Lake, Manson Lake, Collins Rapids, road, Hughes Lake, Chepil Lake and Eagle River confluence, Muskeg Lake, Gallagher Lake, Dunsheath Lake, Thomsen Lake, Wells Lake, Goldsand Lake, Keewatin River, Burge Lake, Eric Lake, Lynn Lake and Rte 391.

Lynn Lake to Hudson Bay; via Reindeer Lake, Lac Brochet, North Seal River and Seal River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 29. Seal River.
Route description, abbreviated: Lynn Lake (Rte 391), Reindeer Lake, Cochrane River, Lac Brochet, undocumented route, North Seal River (named features), Seal River (named features), Hudson Bay.
Ed note: Even less documented is the route from Lynn Lake to Hudson Bay via Reindeer Lake, Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Nueltin Lake, Nejanilini Lake, Wolverine River and Seal River.

Mistik Creek loop; via Neso Lake, Naosap Lake and Athapapuskow Lake. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Mistik Creek Canoe Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Hwy 10, Mistik Creek, Neso Lake, outlet from Nisto Lake, Nao Lake, Niyanun Lake, Nikotwasik Lake, Vamp Creek confluence, Tapukok Lake, Uyenanoa Lake, Kakat Lake (incorrectly named at Toporama), Mitatut Lake, Payukosap Lake, Naosap (misspelled at Toporama) Lake, road, Naosap Mud Lake, Alberts Lake, Leo Lake, Flintoba Lake, Sourdough Bay of Athapapuskow Lake, Bakers Narrows and Hwy 10.
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Mistik Creek loop; via Neso Lake, Naosap Lake and Athapapuskow Lake. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 18. Mistik Creek.
Route description: Hwy 10, Mistik Creek, Neso Lake, outlet from Nisto Lake, Nao Lake, Niyanun Lake, Nikotwasik Lake, Vamp Creek confluence, Tapukok Lake, Uyenanoa Lake, Kakat Lake (incorrectly named at Toporama), Mitatut Lake, Payukosap Lake, Naosap (misspelled at Toporama) Lake, road, Naosap Mud Lake, Alberts Lake, Leo Lake, Flintoba Lake, Sourdough Bay of Athapapuskow Lake, Bakers Narrows and Hwy 10.

Mistik Creek; Neso Lake to Naosap Lake. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Greenstone CFDC staff.
Title at source: 1. Neso Lake – Mistik Creek – Nesosap Lake – Naosap Lake.
Route description: Hwy 10, Mistik Creek, Neso Lake, outlet from Nisto Lake, Nao Lake, Niyanun Lake, Nikotwasik Lake, Vamp Creek confluence, Tapukok Lake, Uyenanoa Lake, Kakat Lake (incorrectly named at Toporama), Mitatut Lake, Payukosap Lake, Naosap Lake (misspelled at Toporama), road; exit to Cranberry Portage, Flin Flon or Bakers Narrows.

Nelson River, East Channel. Lake Winnipeg to Pipestone Lake. Connector. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: The Middle Track & Hayes River Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Lake Winnipeg, Playgreen Lake, Nelson River East Channel, Norway House, Sesep Bay, Sea River Falls, Rte 373, Carpenters Lake, Sugar Falls (or go right), McCall Rapids, High Hill Rapids, Pipestone Lake, Rte 374, Cross Lake settlement.
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Nelson River. Sipiwesk Lake to Kelsey. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Grass River Canoe Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Sipiwesk Lake and Nelson River (from Grass River via Thicket Portage, Sabomin Lake and Cross Portage), Wetiko River confluence, Landing River confluence, outlets from German and Hunting Lakes, RR bridge and Devil Rapids, Stitt RR station, Kelsey and Grass River confluence.
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Nelson River. Sipiwesk Lake to Stephens Lake and Gillam. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 13. Nelson River.
Route description: Sipiwesk Lake (by road from Rte 373), Nelson River junction, Bear Island, Cross Portage (alternate access from Thicket Portage RR station and Landing Lake), Wetiko River confluence, Landing River confluence (alternate access from Thicket Portage RR station), outlets from German and Hunting Lakes, RR bridge and Devil Rapids, Stitt RR station, Kelsey, Grass River confluence, two channels, Split Lake, Split Lake settlement (assess to/from Rte 280), Clark Lake and Assean River confluence, Birthday Rapids, Gull Lake, Gull Rapids, Stephens Lake, Gillam and RR.

North Knife River and Knife River. North Knife Lake to Hudson Bay. Named features.
North Knife Lake (lake and settlement), Beganili Lake, Klazi Lake, creek confluences (Bower, Archer, Fraser, Grant), Dechanhooledezay River confluence, Teepee Falls, Langille Creek confluence, South Knife River, buildings, Knife delta, Hudson Bay.
Ed note: Please don’t try to paddle to Churchill; arrange instead to be picked up by boat.

North Knife River and Knife River. North Knife Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Notes.
Ed note: Route as travelled went upstream from Hudson Bay.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: North Knife Lake (lake and settlement, North Knife River named features, Hudson Bay.
Title at source: C-06 North Knife River (Hudson Bay to North Knife Lake upstream).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

North Seal River. From below Maria Lake to Shethanei Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: North Seal River, Chatwin Lake, North Seal River named features, Shethanei Lake.
Title at source: C-04 North Seal River (5 Miles below Maria Lake to Shethanei L.).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Nueltin Lake to Commonwealth Lake and Caribou River; via Nejanilini Lake. Book, Journal, Guide, Maps.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).
Ed note: This entry is part 3 (of 4) of the Cochrane, Thlewiaza, Caribou Rivers chapter; it is preceded by the Thlewiaza River entry and followed by the Caribou River entry.
Ed note: A grind.
Route description: Nueltin Lake, East River, Bangle Lake, Askey Lake, Fediuk Lake, White Rock Creek (Bambridge, Croll, Harford & Connolly Lakes), Nejanalini Lake, Wolverine River, Roberts River, portage to Commonwealth Lake.

Pukatawagan loop; via Sisipuk Lake, Russell Lake, Granville Lake and Churchill River. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 21. Pukatawagan.
Route description: Pukatawagan (for example by RR; Pawistik may be a better start/end point), Pukatawagan Lake and Churchill River, Bonald Lake, Bloodstone Falls, Sisipuk Lake, Sisipuk Rapids, Loon Lake, Loon River, Britton Lake, Little Mwoak Lake, portage to McCallum Lake, Russell Lake (to east end), dam and RR line, Russell River, Mounteney Lake and Laurie River junction, Kaykayk Lake (not Swedberg Lake), dam, Laurie River settlement, Trophy Lake, Kochenipe Rapids, Muskwawikun Falls, Weesakiamin Portage, Kameetosis Rapids, Okwachapeewin Rapids, Wheatcroft Lake, Granville Lake and Churchill River, Granville Falls, Devil Rapid, Allen Lake, Twin Falls, Highrock Lake, Flatrock Lake, Pukatawagan Falls, Pukatawagan.

Pukatawagan to Lynn Lake; via Churchill River, Loon River, McMillan Lake and Zed Lake. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 22. Loon River.
Route description: Pukatawagan (for example by RR; Pawistik may be a better start/end point), Pukatawagan Lake and Churchill River, Bonald Lake, Bloodstone Falls, Sisipuk Lake, Sisipuk Rapids, Loon Lake, Loon River, Britton Lake, Little Mwoak Lake, Plumbtree Lake, Matheson Lake, Running Bear Lake, Little Tod Lake?, Eager Lake, Tod Lake, past Laurie Lake and into Craig Lake?, Howard Campbell Lake?, Gasse Lake?, Tenklei Lake, McMillan Lake, Vandekerckhove Lake, Roy Bay, Zed Lake and Rte 394, Rte 394 bridge, Goldsand Lake and Keewatin River, Burge Lake, Eric Lake, Lynn Lake settlement and Rte 391; perhaps continuing down the Keewatin and then up the Lynn River would also work.

Reindeer River and Churchill River. Southend to Leaf Rapids. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Ed note: The scale used prevents full documentation of rapids on the Churchill between Iskwatam Lake and Sokatisewin Lake.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Southend (SK), Reindeer River, Marchand Lake, Fafard Lake, Royal Lake, Steephill Lake, Steephill Rapids, Atik Falls, Ourom Lake, Churchill River, Iskwatam Lake, Wapumon Gorge (not on Toporama), Wapumon Lake, Wintego Lake, Wintego Rapids, Pita Lake, Reeds Lake, Sokatisewin Lake, Mukoman River confluence, Island Falls, Sandy Bay, Wasawakasik Lake, Nemei River confluence, Okipwatikew Lake, Loon Lake, MB border, Sisipuk Rapids, Sisipuk Lake, Bloodstone Falls, Bonald Lake, Pukatawagan Lake, Pukatawagan, Pukatawagan Falls, undocumented reach (anything to document?; South Channel through Flatrock Lake and Shaving Point), Highrock Lake, Twin Falls, Allen Lake, Devil Rapid, Granville Falls, Granville Lake, Leaf Rapids settlement and Rte 391.
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Reindeer Lake to Churchill River, via Mackie Lake and Loon River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Reindeer Lake (Kinoosao Bay), Whitesand Bay, Mackie Lake, Tenklei Lake, (Gasse Lake & Howard Campbell Lake?), Craig Lake, past Laurie Lake, Tod Lake, Eager Lake, Murray Lake, Loon River, Plumbtree Lake, Little Mwoak Lake, Britton Lake, Loon Lake of Churchill River; continue downstream to Pukatawagan area.
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Reindeer Lake to Lynn Lake, via McMillan Lake and Zed Lake. Guide.
Zed Lake Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... t/zed.html
Burge Lake Provincial Park.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... burge.html
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Reindeer Lake (Kinoosao Bay), Whitesand Bay, Mackie Lake, McMillan Lake, Vandekerckhove Lake, Roy Bay, Zed Lake and Rte 394, Rte 394 bridge, Goldsand Lake and Keewatin River, Burge Lake, Rte 391 bridge, Lynn River confluence, Lynn Lake settlement and Rte 391.
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Seal River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Seal/Seal_e.htm
Sand Lakes Provincial Wilderness Park.
Ed note: Includes part of the South Seal watershed.
http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks ... index.html
No Wikipedia entry.

Seal River. Features.
North Seal River. Morrow Lake, Weepaskow Lake, Shea Lake, David Lake, Maria Lake, Chatwin Lake (river is known to be navigable from here down) and Marks River confluence, Keewatinkinokumaw Lake, Minuhik Lake, Nelson Rapids, Egenolf Lake, Robertson Esker, Blackfish Lake, Bain Lake, Copeland Lake, Ireland Lake, Stony Lake, Shethanie Lake.
South Seal River. Starts at the outlet of Big Sand Lake, Pisew Creek confluence, Wolf Lake, Stevens River confluence, Umisko River confluence, Boyd Creek confluence, Loon Lake and Trout Creek confluence, Chipewyan Lake, Tadayi River confluence, Larsen River confluence, Fox Lake, Davenport Rapids, Thuychokaneleeni Lake, Porcupine Rapids, Tadoule Lake, Negassa Lake, Shethanie Lake.
Seal River. Shethanie Lake and Stanley River confluence, Gemmell Creek confluence, Wolverine River confluence, Steel River confluence, St Croix Island and Big Spruce River confluence, Great Island and Lavallee Channel, Bastion Rapids, Peninsula Rapids, Lyons Creek confluence, Nine-Bar Rapids, Parfinuk Creek confluence, Lavallee Channel confluence, water survey station, Tambanay Rapids, Deadly Rapids, Deaf Rapids, Hudson Bay.

Seal River. Online, ... (to follow)
Ed note: More information promised; title may change.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: shiningtree.
Route description: To follow.
Title at source: Seal River 2010.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 14&t=36408

South Seal River and Seal River. Tadoule Lake to Hudson Bay. Book, Journal, Guide.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).

Seal River. Shethanie Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal, Photos, Discussion.
Source: Forward Progression library.
Author: Boneli.
Route description: Shethanie Lake, Seal River named features, Hudson Bay.
Title at source: Seal River 2009.
http://www.forward-progression.com/wild ... nture.html
Discussion at Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 14&t=33862

South Seal River and Seal River. South Indian Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal, Videos, ...
Sources: Private site and Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: recped.
Route description (incomplete, based on author's CCR post): South Indian Lake settlement, Little Sand River, Little Sand Lake, Trout Lake, Trout Creek, Loon Lake, South Seal River, Tadoule Lake, Shethanei Lake and Seal River, Hudson Bay.
Title at source: South Seal / Seal River July 2009.
CCR discussion:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 14&t=34072
Report:
http://www.recped.com/seal/

Seal River. Shethanei Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Shethanei Lake, Seal River named features, Hudson Bay.
Title at source: C-05 Seal River (Shethanei Lake to Hudson Bay downstream).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Seal River to Churchill, by Hudson Bay. Notes.
Ed note: Most paddlers avoid this dangerous Route by hiring a shuttle boat from Churchill. A few others attempt to paddle it; some of the latter live to tell about it.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Stephan Kesting.
Title at source: Hudson Bay: From the Seal River to Churchill.

South Seal River and Seal River. Leaf Rapids (Churchill River) to Hudson Bay. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Ed note: The scale used prevents full documentation of rapids on the Seal.
Route description: Rte 391 and Leaf Rapids settlement, Churchill River, Opachuanau Lake, Southern Indian Lake, Kame Hills, Mistuhemaskwa Narrows, Maskwasik Narrows, Muskwesi River confluence, Moss Lake, Little Sand River, Little Sand Lake, Keskamutinawok Portage, Earl Lake, Trout Lake, Trout Creek, Loon Lake and South Seal River, South Seal River named features, Seal River named features, Hudson Bay.
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South Seal River and Seal River. Leaf Rapids (Churchill River) to Hudson Bay. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 28. Tadoule Lake.
Route description: Rte 391 and Leaf Rapids settlement, Churchill River, Opachuanau Lake, Southern Indian Lake, Kame Hills, Mistuhemaskwa Narrows, Maskwasik Narrows, Muskwesi River confluence, Moss Lake, Little Sand River, Little Sand Lake, Keskamutinawok Portage, Earl Lake, Trout Lake, Trout Creek, Loon Lake and South Seal River, South Seal River named features, Seal River named features, Hudson Bay.

South Seal River and Seal River. Leaf Rapids (Churchill River) to Hudson Bay. Online, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Manitoba Forum.
Author: Shiningtree.
Route description: Put in at Leaf Rapids; ... ; flight from Seal mouth to Churchill, train to Thompson.
Title at source: Seal River 2010.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 14&t=36408
Photos:
http://shiningtree.tumblr.com/archive/2010/8

South Seal River and Seal River. Tadoule Lake to Hudson Bay. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Authors: Ksenia Barton and Stephan Kesting.
Route description: Float plane from Thompson to Tadoule Lake, Seal River features, Hudson Bay, paddle to Seal River Lodge and plane to Churchill.
Title at source: Seal River: Perfect Honeymoon Destination.

South Seal River, Chipewyan Lake, Big Sand Lake, Chiupka Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Up South Seal River from Larsen River confluence, Chipewyan Lake, Loon Lake, Umisko River confluence, Stevens River confluence, Wolf Lake, Pisew Creek confluence, Mistay River confluence, Big Sand Lake (Peterson Narrows and Mistay Narrows), Cline Lake, Le Clair Lake, Chiupka Lake.
Title at source: C-09 South Seal River (Larsen River confluence to Chiupka Lake).
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Snow Lake loop; via Wekusko Lake, Herblet Lake and Squall Lake. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Bev Manns.
Title at source: 6. Snow Lake Circle Canoe Route.
Route description: Snow Lake settlement (Rte 392), Snow Lake, English Bay, Snow Creek, Rte 392 and Rte 393 bridges, Snow Creek, Snow Bay of Wekusko Lake, Wedge Point, Herb Bay, Wekusko Brook, outlet from Osborne Lake, Rte 393 bridge, Southeast Bay of Herblet Lake, Angus Bay, Fault Lake, McLeod Lake, Squall Lake, Snow Creek, Snow Lake.

The Middle Track. The Pas to York Factory; via Minago River, Cross Lake, Bigstone River and Hayes River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: The Middle Track & Hayes River Route.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: The Pas, Saskatchewan River, Big Eddy, Reader Lake, Clearwater Lake, Cormorant Lake, RR line, Little Cormorant Lake, Frog Creek, North Moose Lake, dam, South Moose Lake, East Narrows, Moon Lake, Minago River, Habiluk Lake, Gladish Lake, Alloway Lake, Hwy 6, Loughheed Lake, Limestone Rapids, Hill Lake, Hargrave River confluence, Drunken Lake, Rte 373, across Nelson River, Cross Lake settlement, Cross Lake, Opastakow Narrows, Kapayakwak Portage, Cotton Lake, Mahigan River?, Bear Lake, Bigstone Lake, Bigstone River, Mostos Falls, Ox Rapids, Sipanigo River channel, Brown Rapids, High Hill River confluence, Fox River, Camp Rapids, Great Falls, Gowan River confluence, Rainbow Falls, Stupart River confluence, Hayes River junction, Hayes River features, York Factory.
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The Middle Track. The Pas to Cross Lake. Notes.
Gahlinger, Paul M. Northern Manitoba From Forest to Tundra. A Canoeing Guide and Wilderness Companion. G B Communications, Lucan (1995).
Chapter title: 8. Minago River.
Route description (abbreviated): The Pas, Reader Lake, Clearwater Lake, Cormorant Lake, North Moose Lake, South Moose Lake, Minago River, Hill Lake, Drunken Lake, Cross Lake.

The Middle Track. Cross Lake, Bigstone River, Fox River, York Factory. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: canoeing.com
Author: Duane Lee.
Route description: Cross Lake, “Mistisini Creek” (Mistasinni River?), height-of-land portage, Bear Lake?, Bigstone River, Bigstone Lake, Mostos Falls, Ox Falls, Atik River confluence, McKay Creek confluence, Sipanigo River channel, Brown Rapids, High Hill River confluence, Fox River junction, Camp Rapids, Great Falls, Gowan River confluence, Rainbow Falls, Stupart River confluence, Hayes River junction, Hayes River features, York Factory; float plane to Gillam, train to Wabowden.
Title at source: The Middle Track: The Bigstone - Fox - Hayes Rivers.
http://www.canoeing.com/rendezvous/trip ... 9_dlee.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Features.
Ed note: I include features off the Thlewiaza River, on the reach between the Cochrane River and the southeast end of Fort Hall Lake.
Features:
Portage from Cochrane River, Lovell Lake, Smith House Lake, Blue Lake, Fort Hall Lake and Thlewiaza River junction, Thanout Lake, Kasmere Falls, Kasmere Lake, Graves Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Downes Lake, Tuninili Lake, Nahili Lake, Nahilin Falls, Nueltin Lake, NU border, Sealhole Lake, Portage Rapids, Edehon Lake, Ranger Seal Lake, Thlewiaza—Tha-Anne delta, Hudson Bay.

Thlewiaza River. Kasmere Lake to Cochrane portage. Journal.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Ed note: Part of trip from Snowbird Lake to Brochet.
Route description: Snowbird Lake (NT), Kasba Lake, Little Partridge River, MB border, McGibney Lake, Pound Lake, Strachan Lake, Draper Lake, Farewell Lake, Caribou Hoof River confluence, Dobson Lake, Kasmere Lake (enter North Arm), Thlewiaza River named features (in reverse), portage to Cochrane River, Cochrane River named features, Brochet.
Ed note: Posted also in NT and NU Resources stickys.

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Nueltin Lake and beyond. Journal, Guide.
Wilson, Hap and Stephanie Aykroyd. Wilderness Rivers of Manitoba. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1998).
Ed note: This entry is part 2 (of 4) of the Cochrane, Thlewiaza, Caribou Rivers chapter; it is preceded by the Cochrane River entry and followed by the Nueltin Lake to Commonwealth Lake entry.
Coverage: Portage from Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River named features, Nueltin Lake, exit via East River.

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Cochrane River to Arviat segment of trip from La Ronge to Arviat.
Author: Bill Layman.
Route description: La Ronge, … , Cochrane River named features, portage to Lovell Lake, Thlewiaza River named features, Nueltin Lake, Windy Lake, Windy River, Nueltin Lake and NU border, Thlewiaza River resumed, Sealhole Lake, Portage Rapids, Edehon Lake, Ranger Seal Lake, Hudson Bay, Arviat.
Ed note: Posted also in SK and NU Resources stickys.
http://www.out-there.com/billtri2.htm

Thlewiaza River. Online, Notes.
GORP.com Article.
Author: Bill Layman.
http://www.gorp.com/weekend-guide/trave ... 57255.html

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Nueltin Lake. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Cochrane River, Thewiaza River named features, Nueltin Lake.
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Thlewiaza River and Tha-anne River. Kasmere Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal.
Author: paddlenorth.
Route description: Drive from Thompson to Lynn Lake, float plane to Kasmere Lake (south-west arm), Thlewiaza River, Graves Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Tuninili Lake, Nahili Lake, Nueltin Lake, noname lake, Sandybeach Lake, Windy Lake, Windy River, Smith Bay (Nueltin Lake), Thlewiaza River, Sealhole Lake, Theanne River, Kognak River, Hawk Hill Lake and Mountain Lake, Kognak River, Ducker Lake, Tha-anne River, Thaolintoa Lake, Thuchonilini Lake, Hyde Lake, Hudson Bay, boat to Arviat, scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
http://plato.mercyhurst.edu/geology/abr ... aanne.html
More photos: http://www.canoeing.com/rendezvous/phot ... OISSES_PMT

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Hudson Bay. Online, Guide, Photos.
Ed comment: Segment of trip from Lac Brochet to Hudson Bay.
Authors: group effort?
Route description: Drive to Thompson, fly to Lac Brochet. Cochrane River features, Thlewiaza River features, Hudson Bay. Boat pickup at mouth, to Arviat; scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
Title at source: Here be Little Sticks / The Thlewiaza River Canoe Odyssey / (a voyage into the medium-far north) / July 8 - August 13, 2009.
Ed note: Portages, rapids and campsites are marked on the maps.
Report:
http://sites.google.com/site/thlewiaza/home
Photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tripicshar ... 69/detail/
CCR comments (please note the correction in david demello's post of 13 January 2010 regarding the location of Kasmere's grave):
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 65&t=34421

Thlewiaza River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: David DeMello, with Jay Neilson.
Contents:
1. An alternative portage from the Cochrane River to the Thlewiaza watershed.
2. Comments on the Thlewiaza rapids.
3. Photos.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/domelloThlewiaza.htm

Thlewiaza River. Fort Hall Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Fort Hall Lake by float plane from Lynn Lake, Thlewiaza River, named features, Hudson Bay, boat to Arviat, scheduled flight out.
Title at source: C-12 Thlewiaza River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Thétinné River (continuation to Arviat). Online, Journal, Photos.
Part of Wollaston Lake to Arviat; via Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Tha-Anne River, Padlei River and Maguse River.
Source: bwca.com
Author: 4Lakes.
Route description: Wollaston Lake settlement, ... , Cochrane-Thlewiaza portage, Blue Lake, Fort Hall Lake, Kasmere Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Nahili Lake, Nueltin Lake and resupply (one paddler had to leave, due to shingles), Sealhole Lake, Thétinné River (not mentioned explicitly in the report), ... , Arviat.
Title at source: 1990 Expeditionary Canuck.
http://www.bwca.com/index.cfm?fuseactio ... rp_id=2208
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Watson River and Rocky River. Ashley Lake to North Knife Lake. Online, Notes.
Ed note: Route as travelled went upstream from North Knife Lake.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Ashley Lake, Watson River, Trakalo Lake, Walford Lake, Rocky River junction, North Knife Lake (lake and settlement). Exit by air or continue to Hudson Bay.
Title at source: C-07 Rocky River/Watson River upstream to Ashley Lake.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf

White Rock Creek and Wolverine River. Croll Lake to Seal River. Notes.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Ed note: Documentation is not up to CCR Guide standard.
Route description: Croll Lake, White Rock Creek, Harford Lake, Connolly Lake, Stratton Lake, Wilman Lake, Nejanilini Lake and Wolverine River, Wolverine Rapids, Little Duck Lake and Duck Lake Post, Grayling Falls, Harris Rapids & Cox Rapids?, or Morrison Rapids?, MacLeod Lake, “MacLean” Rapids, Naelin Lake, Birch Canoe Lake, Seal River below Shethanei Lake.
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Whitefish Lake (Hwy 10) to Churchill River; via Pineroot River and Kississing River. Guide.
Source: Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, Parks Branch.
Title: Land of Little Sticks Routes.
Author: Réal Bérard.
Route description: Whitefish Lake (from Hwy 10), Pineroot River, Mikanagan Falls, Mikangan Lake, Lac Aimée, Wabishkok Lake, Loughnan Lake, Middle Lake (at Toporama?), Kisseynew Lake and Kississing River, Barrett Bay of Kississing Lake, Muskwa Bay, RR bridge, Takipy Lake, Kennedy Creek confluence, Flatrock Lake, Churchill River at Shaving Point.
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Whitefish Lake (Hwy 10) to Sherridon; via Pineroot River and Kississing River. Guide.
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998).
Compiler/s, Author/s: Greenstone CFDC staff.
Title at source: 2. Whitefish Lake – Mikanagan Lake – Wabishkok Lake – Loughnan Lake – Kisseynew Lake – Kississing Lake.
Route description: Whitefish Lake (from Hwy 10), Pineroot River, Mikanagan Falls, Mikangan Lake, Lac Aimée, Wabishkok Lake, Loughnan Lake, Middle Lake (at Toporama?), Kisseynew Lake and Kississing River, Barrett Bay of Kississing Lake, Sherritt Island, Belyea Island, Cold Lake and Sherridon settlements (road and RR egress).

Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Nueltin Lake, Putahow River, Windy Lake and River, Nueltin Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Wollaston Lake (SK) by road, barge to outlet, Cochrane River, named features, Cochrane-Thlewiaza portage, Thlewiaza River named features, Nueltin Lake, Putahow River, Bagg Lake, Haider Lake, Coté Lake, Boal Lake, ... , Windy Lake, Windy River, Red River confluence, Simons Lake, Smith Bay, Nueltin Lake.
Title at source: C-11 Putahow River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf