Tim River - Access pt 2 - Algonquin Park to Rosebary Lake (round trip)

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Submitter & Author Information
Route submitted by: 
Justin Mahoney
Trip Date : 
Jun 27, 2022 to July 3, 2022
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Additional Route Information
Distance: 
50 km
Duration: 
7 days
Loop Trip: 
Yes
Portage Information
No. of portages: 
2
Total Portage Distance: 
600 m
Longest Portage: 
400 m
Difficulty Ratings
River Travel: 
Novice
Lake Travel: 
Intermediate
Portaging: 
Moderate
Remoteness: 
Intermediate
Background Trip Info
Water Levels: 
Medium
Route Description
Access to Put-In Information: 

The put-in location is Access Point 2 of Algonquin Park. Proceed to the town of Kearney and find the Town Office (brick municipality building centrally located). This is a small town, so ask anyone for a building with that description and they will tell you the direction to get there. Go into the office and ask someone in the Park Rangers' office to print you off a copy of your camping reservations and parking permit. They will also provide you with a garbage disposal bag and directions to get to the actual put-in for the river. Remember  to reserve your camping spots a few weeks in advance if you would like the prime locations along the route. You can also book your reservations on site, but I recommend booking online ahead of time.
 

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Post date: Sun, 07/17/2022 - 09:37

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Post date: Sun, 07/17/2022 - 09:06

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Post date: Sat, 07/16/2022 - 19:37

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We had plenty of food for the 7 day trip and proper clothing.

A bear barrel is essential for these trips and can be found on kijiji or other locations quite easily. It should be at 50L barrel; the 20L barrel is a little small, at least for 2 people's food items.

Remember, no glass is allowed, there is a fine for bringing in glass items. Bug spray are clothing for all possible conditions (rain, cold, heat) is necessary. If I were to do this trip again, I would be sure to bring 2 dozen oranges to pack in the bear barrel. I would also also bring 2 dozen cooked eggs for a protein source; this cuts down on the weight for carrying cans of food, such as beans and canned ham.

 

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Post date: Sat, 07/16/2022 - 19:31

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Post date: Sat, 07/16/2022 - 16:23

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Beautiful trip - to add details of each day

Post date: Sat, 07/16/2022 - 16:22

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Day 1 - to Chibiabos

 

Day 2 - to Rosebary Lake

 

Day 3 & 4 - Explored around Rosebary Lake region - to Longbow Lake for fishing

 

Day 4 - Returned to Tim Lake and camped on the main island on the North Side

 

Day 7 - struck camp around 10am after a nice swim and returned to the car around 1pm

 

Beautiful trip with lots of wildlife (moose, geese, ducks, numerous plants)

Post date: Sat, 07/16/2022 - 16:16

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Day 1 - arrived at put-in -> paddled in to Tim River (about 3-4 km) -> portaged to our campsite at Chibiabos Lake

Day 2 - continued.