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Counties: Hants (part), Kings, Annapolis and Digby.
Some waters: Avon River, Annapolis River, Bear River, Lake Alma, Lake Joli, Medway River (Upper), Mersey River (Upper), Napier River, Roseway River, Salmon River, Silver River, Sissiboo River, Tusket River.
Map:
http://www.ckns.ca/images/stories/route ... routes.pdf

Allains River (Annapolis Royal). Online, Guide.
Ed note: Tidal reach of length 3 km.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 20.
Route description: Allains River Marsh.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Alma, Lake. West Dalhousie Road to Lake Alma and beyond. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 14.
Route description: Kelly Bridge, Big Kelly Bog, Big Molly Upsim Lake, Little Molly Upsim Lake, Lake Alma; continue to Hendry Lake (Route 7) or East Branch Medway River (Route 21).
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Alma.pdf

Annapolis River; Kingston to Annapolis Royal. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 19.
Route description: Kingston, Middleton, Lawrencetown, Bridgetown, Annapolis Royal.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Annapolis River. Kingston to Annapolis Royal. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
Counties: Kings and Annapolis.
Route description (from CKNS site): Kingston, Wilmot Station, Meadowvale, Middleton, Brickton, Lawrencetown, Paradise, Bridgetown, Annapolis Royal.
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Avon River. Rte 14 to Windsor. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Hants.
Route description: Rte 14, Avon River, confluence with West Branch, Windsor Forks, Pesaquid Lake, Windsor (Hants County).
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Barrys Stillwater. Gibsons Mill to Spurr Road. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
County: Annapolis.
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 11.
Route description: Reach of Round Hill River, east branch.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... lwater.pdf

Bear River; Bear River village to Smiths Cove (Annapolis Basin). Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 9.
Route description: Tidal river.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Cloud Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 25.
Route description: Travel on small lake.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Corbett Lake and Dalhousie Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 12.
Route description: Two small lakes with shallow connection.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0Lakes.pdf

First Pond and Second Pond. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 8.
Route description: Two ponds, not connected by a navigable waterway; part of Bear River.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Pond.pdf

Flanders Meadows. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 5.
Route description: Several entry/exit points: Sundown Lake, Northeast Lakes and Lake Mulgrave. Other lakes on the Routes are Weyland and Oak.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... eadows.pdf

Frog Lake to Lake Alma, via George Lake and Hendry Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 7.
Route description: Frog Lake, Bear Lake Runs, Bear Lake, George Lake, Hendry Lake, Second Croker Lake, Randolph Stream, Lake Alma; connections to Routes 14 and 21.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Grand Lake and Grand Lake Flowage. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 2.
Route description: Two lakes with a connecting stream.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... lowage.pdf

Jerry Lake and Lake LaRose. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 10.
Route description: Two separate lakes.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Kejimkujik National Park. Information.
Ed note: The park lies within the counties Annapolis, Digby (small piece) and Queens. I decided to file entries in the Valley folder.
Kejimkujik National Park.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/ns/kejimkujik/index_E.asp
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kejimkujik_National_Park

Kejimkujik National Park. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 6.
Route description: Three Routes, none described in detail:
1. Big Dam Lake and Frozen Ocean Lake.
2. Kejimkujik Lake.
3. Peskowesk Lake system.
Routes:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Park.pdf

Kejimkujik National Park. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
Route description: General information only.
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Lambs Lake and Crotchet Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 1.
Route description: Two lakes connected by a stream.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0Lakes.pdf

McGill Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 15.
Route description: McGill Lake, with connections to Shannon River and Big Molly Upsim Lake.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Medway River.. Information.
Ed note: Medway Routes above and below New Albany are filed in the Valley and South folders respectively.
Wikipedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medway_Riv ... _Scotia%29

Medway River (East Branch) and Medway River proper. Lake Alma to New Albany. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 21.
Ed note: Significant whitewater river with many hazards.
Route description: Lake Alma, Medway River (East Branch), Spurrs Eddy, Port Medway Lake, junction with West Branch, series of falls, New Albany.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Medway River (West Branch) and Medway River proper. Hendry Lake to New Albany. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 22.
Ed note: Significant whitewater river with many hazards.
Route description: Hendry Lake, junction with East Branch, series of falls, New Albany.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Mersey River. Sandy Bottom Lake to Lake Rossignol. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 23.
Route description: Sandy Bottom Lake, Charleton Meadows, Lily Lake, Liverpool Head Lake, Boot Lake, Pikes Run, Fisher Lake, Eleven Mile Lake, Kempton Lake, Flat Run, Four Mile Stillwater, series of rapids, Dukeshires Stillwater, Harry Lake, falls, Maitland Bridge, falls and ledges, Jakes Landing, Kejimkujik Lake, George Lake, Lake Rossignol.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Meteghan River. Eel Lake to Meteghan River town. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Digby.
Route description: Eel Lake, Meteghan River, Bangor, Indian Falls, Meteghan River town.
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Milford Lakes. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 4.
Route description: Liverpool Head Lake, Geier Lake, side trip to Gang Lake and Thomas Lake, Boot Lake, Pikes Run, Fisher Lake, side trip to Lake Munroe, Eleven Mile Lake, side trip to Kempton Lake, First Branch Lake (and access/egress at Thomas Cove), Rocky Lake, Allison Lake, side trip to Gull Lake, Little Sundown Lake, Elder Lake, Fisher Lake; return via Boot Lake.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0Lakes.pdf

Napier River and East Branch Tusket River. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
Counties: Digby and Yarmouth.
Route description: Chelsea Deadwater to bridge above Tusket River.
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Nictaux River. Shannon Lake to NSPC Canal. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 18.
Route description: Shannon Lake, Flat Rapids, Scotchmans Lip, Cowling, Meadows, Big Rapids, Alpena Rapids, dam, NSPC Canal.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0River.pdf

Paradise Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 13.
Route description: Day travel on small lake.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Pine Lake loop. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Nova Scotia Forum.
County: Digby.
Author: Polymorph.
Route description: Sporting Stream, Rush Lake, Sporting Lake, Little Pine Lake, Big Pine Lake, Pine Lake Stream, Sporting Stream.
Title at source: Pine Lake Loop.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 20&t=36323

Meteghan River and Salmon River. Lac à Victor to Salmon River bridge. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Digby.
Route description: Lac à Victor, Meteghan River, Oakleaf Lake, Eel Lake, Germain Lake, Beaver Lake, Clearwater Lake, Salmon River Lake, Salmon River, Harrington, Mayflower, Mayflower Lake, Lake Doucette, Hwy 101, Hwy 1 and Salmon River settlement.
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Sandy Bottom Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 3.
Route description: Day travel on small lake.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Lake.pdf

Silver River and Tusket River. South Carrying Road Lake to Kemptville road. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Digby.
Ed note: Watch out for falls.
Route description: South Carrying Road Lake, Middle Carrying Road Lake, North Carrying Road Lake, Barrio Lake (corner), Silver River, Barn Brook confluence and start of the Tusket River, ... , Acies Stillwater, ..., Death Meadow, ... , Kemptville road.
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Sissiboo River. Lake Joli to Sissiboo Falls. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Digby.
Route description: Lake Joli, stream, Ninth Lake, Eighth Lake, Seventh Lake, Sixth Lake, Daniels Brook confluence and Sissiboo River for sure, Fifth Lake Flowage, Fourth Lake Flowage, Third Lake, Third Lake Flumes, Second Lake, Sissiboo Grand Lake, Big Deadwater, Sissiboo Falls.
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Sissiboo River. Online, Notes.
Source: Nova Scotia government.
County: Digby.
Ed note: I found the maps illegible.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetA.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetB.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetC.html

Springfield Lake and Lake Pleasant. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 17.
Route description: Two separate, small lakes.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... easant.pdf

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Information.
Ed note: The area lies within the counties Annapolis (small piece), Digby, Queens, Yarmouth and Shelburne. I decided to file entries in the Valley folder.
http://www.publicland.ca/tobeatic.html
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nse/protectedareas/wa_tobeatic.asp
http://www.tobeaticwilderness.ca/archiv ... tions.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobeatic_Game_Reserve

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Content: Map showing five access/egress points; general information.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 20Area.pdf

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
Route description: General comments only.
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Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Andy Smith.
Ed note: As I read the chapter, Smith describes three routes to Junction Lake on the Roseway River, and then goes on to describe the Roseway River itself.
Route description, “Keji-Junction Lake” route: Kejimkujik Lake (Kejimkujik National Park; see map in the corresponding entry), Peskowesk Lake, Poison Ivy Falls, Peskawa Lake, Pebbleloggitch Lake and Stillwater, Shelburne River, Irving Lake, Siskech Brook and Lake, House Lake, Junction Lake and Roseway River.
Route description, “Whitesand” route: Sissiboo River, Fifth Lake Flowage, Whitesand Stream, Whitesand Lake, Moosehead Stream, Moosehead (Moosehide at Toporama, likely wrong) Lake, 3-km portage, Sand Beach Lake and Shelburne River, Beverley Lake, Granite Lake, Granite Lake Falls, Pebbleloggitch Stillwater, Junction Lake and Roseway River.
Route description, “Sporting Lake” route: Sissiboo River, Fifth Lake Flowage, Sporting Lake Stream, Rush Lake, Sporting Lake, Oakland Lake, East Cranberry Lake, Clearwater Lake, Buckshot Lake and Shelburne River, Stony Ditch Lake, Pine Lake, Sand Beach Lake; continue to Junction Lake as described in Route 2,
Route description, Roseway River: Junction Lake, Halfmoon Lake, Grass Lake, Roseway Lake (access to Jordan River and on to Jordan Falls), Mink Lake, Skudiak Lake, Moose Lake, Bluffhill Lake, Crain Lake, DeMoliter Lake, McGill Lake, Whetstone Lake, Upset Falls and take-out.
Title at source: Tobeatic: Mystique and Mystery.

Waterloo Lake and Shannon Lake. Online, Guide.
Source: Canoe Annapolis County
General information:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ge ... mation.pdf
Photo album:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Photo%20Album.pdf
Canoe routes (production, route index, terms used, etc):
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Canoe%20Routes.pdf
Route 16.
Route description: Two separate, small lakes.
Route:
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/pdf/Ro ... 0Lakes.pdf

Wentworth Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia.
County: Digby.
Route description: Lake travel.
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