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PostPosted: April 1st, 2002, 9:02 pm 
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Looking for any information on two routes. The Sagegawega and The Kwatewan Sakalkan.
Are either possiable to be traveled with a sea kayak ? Has anyone even heard of these trails. I read about them in Quebec Adventures magazine. They said the put-in is at Hunters Point

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I haven't been to Hunter's Point for a few years (well, about 30) but I didn't know there was any sort of decent road access.

I am not familiar with the routes by those names. There is a Saseginaga Lake described in Hap Wilson's "Rivers of the Upper Ottawa Valley". I would think it would be a little rough for sea kayaks. However, the main body of Lake Kipawa itself (I know it well) could make for excellent kayaking, with lots of Bays and Islands to hide behind, and spectacular scenery.
Access to Lake Kipawa is easy at Kipawa Village just north of Temiscamingue, or at Laniel about 40 miles northwest.
John


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