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Mountain River. Information and Features.
Source: NT Government, Our Top Waterways.
“This 250 km route is for skilled whitewater canoeists. The river rages over whitewater in the mountains, changing to a meandering route with gravel bars near Norman Wells.”
Access points. McCreadie gives three: Dusty Lake (aka Perry Linton Lake and Dust Lake), Willow Handle Lake (aka Mountain Lake and Norseman Lake) and Shale Lake (aka Palmer Lake and Slade Lake).
Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountain_River
Outfitters.
http://www.blackfeather.com/canoe/canoe_mountriver.htm
Video and images.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv9BGJOzbac
https://www.google.ca/search?q=mountain ... 66&bih=675
Features.
Ed note: Not to be used as a guide.
... , Dusty Lake, 1st canyon, confluence of access creek from Willow Handle Lake, Cache Creek confluence, 2nd canyon, Etagochile Creek confluence, 3rd canyon and Stone Knife River confluence, 4th canyon and Sheep Lick Creek confluence, Brunson Creek confluence, 5th canyon and Cambrian Creek confluence, creek confluences (Virgin, Powell, Bell, Campsite), Gayna River confluence and 6th canyon, Mackenzie River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Notes.
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Dusty Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Journal.
Source: Mountain River Outdoor Adventures library.
Route description: Dusty Lake, Mountain River features, Mackenzie River.
Author: Liz Dale.
http://www.mountainriver.nt.ca:80/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Willow Handle Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Journal.
Source: Mountain River Outdoor Adventures library.
Route description: Willow Handle Lake, Mountain River features, Mackenzie River.
Authors: Broadview group.
http://www.mountainriver.nt.ca:80/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Willow Handle Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Journal.
Source: Mountain River Outdoor Adventures library.
Author: Davis Earle.
Route description: Willow Handle Lake, Mountain River features, Mackenzie River.
http://www.mountainriver.nt.ca:80/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Willow Handle Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Journal.
Source: Hank Hays library.
Ed note: Report is from 1997 and some logistical information is possibly outdated.
Route description: Willow Handle Lake, Mountain River features, Mackenzie River.
Author: Dan Colodney.
ALLAN: Link active?
http://www.canoebase.com/mtn/report.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Willow Handle Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Journal.
Source: paddling.net
Route description: Willow Handle Lake, Mountain River Features, Mackenzie River.
Author: liv2padl.
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?227
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Online, Video.
Ed note: The report is in the Czech language, but Wolverine has provided a summary and instructions, as well as the link, at the following post in CCR's Internet-Based - You Tube, Blogs etc. - Discussion, Links.
Title at source: Czech expedition on Mountain River, NWT.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 92&t=34851
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Online, Photos.
Source: Chris Lepard library.
Ed note: Photos only.
http://chrislepard.com/root/ChrisLepard ... /main2.cfm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Several access points to Mackenzie River junction. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Ed note: The authors have not paddled the river.
Content: Overview plus logistical information.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River and Mackenzie River. Several access points to Fort Good Hope. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government library.
Route description: Dusty Lake or Willow Handle Lake or Palmer (Slade?) Lake, Mountain River Features, Mackenzie River Features, Fort Good Hope.
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/sites/spe ... triver.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River. Dusty Lake to Mackenzie River. Online, Video, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: unknown.
Route description: Float plane from Mayo to Dusty Lake, Mountain River features, Mackenzie River junction, float plane to Mayo.
Title at source: Mountain River, NWT.
http://www.paddler.nl/trips-mountain.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River and Mackenzie River. Willow Handle Lake to Fort Good Hope. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Title at source: OM-16 Mountain River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mountain River and Mackenzie River. Norseman Lake to Fort Good Hope. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: Claus Gregor.
Route description: Float plane from Norman Wells to Norseman Lake, Mountain River Features, Mackenzie River junction and Features, failed attempt to sail up the Mackenzie, downstream to Fort Good Hope.
Title at source: .
http://www.claus-gregor.de/privhome/mountain.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Muskwa River, Fort Nelson River, Liard River and Mackenzie River. Fort Nelson BC to Inuvik/Tuktoyakyuk. Online, Journal.
Source: Paddle Mackenzie library.
Authors: Harlow and Ariane Pinson.
Route description: Fort Nelson (BC), Muskwa River, Fort Nelson River, Kiwigana River confluence, Liard River, small rapids, Petitot River confluence and Fort Liard, Flett Rapids, Netla River confluence, South Nahanni River confluence, side trip to Nahanni Butte, Blackstone River, Poplar Rapids (from write-up and contour-line crossings, start is almost certainly just below Birch River confluence), Beaver Dam (see write-up for location), Mackenzie River and Fort Simpson, North Nahanni River confluence, Wrigley, Keele River confluence, Tulita (formerly Fort Norman), side trip up Great Bear River (hired boat), Norman Wells, San Sault Rapids, Mountain River confluence, Ramparts, Fort Good Hope, Tsiigehtchic (Arctic Red River), east channel to Inuvik, main river to Tuktoyaktuk (open water).
http://www.paddlemackenzie.org/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Natla River. Information and Features.
Ed note: Please consult also information filed under Keele River.
Source: NT Government, Our Top Waterways.
“The Natla begins at O’Grady Lake and offers 115 km of rapids in the mountains. The Keele River extends another 300 km, winding through mountain ranges with spectacular scenery to the Mackenzie River, south of Tulita.”
Outfitters.
http://www.blackfeather.com/canoe/canoe_natlakeele.htm
Video and images.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RuJ5DkA8FI
https://www.google.ca/search?q=natla+ri ... 66&bih=675
Features.
Natla Lake (a few km from the Broken Skull River, a South Nahanni River tributary), confluences (Ravens Throat River, Gametrail Creek, Stelfox Creek, Sekwi Brook), Keele River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Natla River and Keele River. Notes.
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Natla River and Keele River. O'Grady Lake to Mackenzie River and Norman Wells. Online, Journal.
Source: Mountain River Outdoor Adventures library.
Route description: O'Grady Lake to Mackenzie River and Norman Wells.
Authors: Tim Burnell and Beverly Trusdale.
http://www.mountainriver.nt.ca:80/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Natla River and Keele River. O'Grady Lake to Mackenzie River and Tulita. Online, Journal.
Source: Mountain River Outdoor Adventures library.
Route description: O'Grady Lake to Mackenzie River and Tulita (formerly Fort Norman).
Author: Lyn Berry.
http://www.mountainriver.nt.ca:80/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Natla River, Keele River and Mackenzie River. O’Grady Lake to Tulita. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government library.
Route description: O’Grady Lake, Natla River Features, Keele River Features, Mackenzie River Features, Tulita (formerly Fort Norman).
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/sites/spe ... ariver.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North River, Black River and Liard River. Online, Journal.
Source: Hank Hays library.
Ed note: Report is from 1997 and some logistical information is possibly outdated.
Route description: North Lake, North River, Fire Lake, Black River, Black Lake, Liard River, take-out at Alaska Hwy bridge.
Ed note: Link is dead; I'm trying to replace it.
http://www.canoebase.com/nbl/index.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River and Peel River. Information and Features.
Source: NT Government, Our Top Waterways.
“Rising in the Yukon, the Ogilvie crosses the Dempster Highway at Km 197. It flows into the Peel 65 km downstream. The Peel runs 516 km to Fort McPherson. There are many chutes and rapids, but the Peel is navigable most of its length. Towards Fort McPherson the river cuts through impressive 300 metre banks.”
Hodgins-Hoyle.
http://books.google.ca/books?id=eBn41p- ... da&f=false
Dempster Highway.
http://www.yukoneh.com/highways/dempster.htm
http://www.yukoninfo.com/dempster/
http://www.yukoninfo.com/maps/dempster.htm
http://travelyukon.com/press-releases/s ... er-highway
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dempster_Highway
http://www.sightsandsites.ca/northern/d ... pster.html
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=dempster ... 66&bih=675
Ogilvie River.
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=ogilvie+ ... 66&bih=675
Peel River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peel_River_%28Canada%29
http://www.protectpeel.ca/
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... Peel-River
http://y2y.net/our-work/campaign-news/y ... d-campaign
http://cpaws.org/campaigns/peel
http://www.cpawsyukon.org/resources/pee ... index.html
http://natureneedshalf.org/peel-river-watershed-canada/
http://www.natgeotakeaction.org/explore ... 2654818C01
etc.
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=peel+Riv ... 66&bih=675
Environment Canada Water Office.
Peel River above Fort McPherson.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10MC002
Peel River at Frog Creek.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10MC022
Fort McPherson.
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=1141
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_McPhe ... erritories
Features.
... , Dempster Highway bridge (near Sapper Hill and Soldier Creek confluence, upstream from Mile 150), Blackstone River junction and formal start of the Peel River, Hart River confluence, Dalglish Creek confluence, Peel Canyon (Canyon Creek confluence) and Aberdeen Falls (impassable, must be portaged), Doll Creek confluence, Wind River confluence, Mountain Creek confluence, Diikie Creek confluence, Bonnet Plume River confluence, Aghoo and Nihtal Git Creek confluences, Snake River confluence (and “The Taco Bar”), Caribou River confluence, creek confluences (Cooking Rocks, Gukan, Brown Bear), Trail River confluence, Road River confluence, cross into NT, Vittrekwa River confluence, Dempster Highway ferry, Fort McPherson, Mackenzie River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River, Peel River and Mackenzie River. Dempster Highway bridge to Inuvik. Online, Guide.
Route description: Ogilvie River at Dempster Highway, Ogilvie River and Peel River Features, Mackenzie River junction, Mackenzie delta, Inuvik.
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/sites/spe ... lriver.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Rat River. Information and Features.
Ed note: Rarely if ever paddled for itself but rather used as a connector between YT and the Mackenzie.
Ed note: A cursory search found only the following images for the Rat River itself.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=rat+rive ... 66&bih=675
Albert Johnson.
http://www.nwtandy.rcsigs.ca/stories/rat_river.htm
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... rt-johnson
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Joh ... riminal%29
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/hist/hh-ps/trap-eng.htm
http://www.whitehorsestar.com/archive/h ... at-river1/
http://www.mysteriesofcanada.com/NWT/madtrapper.htm
http://www.aklavik.ca/?p=the_story&t=the_mad_trapper
http://www.cst.ed.ac.uk/2005conference/ ... _paper.pdf
http://www.cbc.ca/rewind/episode/2010/1 ... d-trapper/
North, Dick. The Mad Trapper of Rat River: A True Story of Canada's Biggest Manhunt. Lyons Press (2005).
Anderson, F W; and Art Downs. The Death of Albert Johnson: Mad Trapper of Rat River. Heritage House Publishing (2007).
http://www.pwnhc.ca/timeline/index_macI ... _1931.html
plus many online sources not listed above.
Features.
... , confluences (Fish Creek, Scho Creek, Barrier River, Longstick River), Mackenzie delta.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Rat River. Summit Lake YT to Peel River junction. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Rat River. Peel River to Summit Lake YT. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Peel River, Rat River Features, Ogilvie Lake, Summit Lake.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nahanni National Park Reserve. Information.
Ed note: The park includes both the Flat River and the South Nahanni River.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/nahanni/activ/activ2.aspx
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/nahanni/index.aspx
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/nahanni/index_e.asp
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nt/nahanni/na ... cul1g.aspx
http://spectacularnwt.com/whattodo/outd ... arkreserve
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/wheretoex ... nnicountry
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nahanni_Na ... rk_Reserve
http://cpaws.org/campaigns/nahanni
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... rk-reserve
http://www.cbc.ca/sevenwonders/wonder_n ... _park.html
http://usparks.about.com/library/minipl ... nninpr.htm
http://watch.discoverychannel.ca/nation ... clip438394
Hiking.
Sources: cartespleinair (Charles Leduc library) and National Parks Canada.
Ed note: If you use this information, please consider making a contribution to the Fonds pour la Préservation des Rivières, Fédération québécoise du canot et du kayak (FQCK). http://www.canot-kayak.qc.ca
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canad ... Hiking.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Information.
Ed note: Information for the Flat River is filed under its own heading.
Source: NT Government, Our Top Waterways.
“This Canadian Heritage River is a challenge for the expert canoeist. Rising in the mountains near the western border of the Northwest Territories, the river flows smoothly to 90 metre Virginia Falls. From here to its mouth, there is a series of challenging rapids in narrow canyons with several portages.. The South Nahanni joins the Liard River at the community of Nahanni Butte.”
Hartling, R Neil. Nahanni: River of Gold ... River of Dreams. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1993).
Keough, Pat and Rosemarie. The Nahanni Portfolio. Stoddard Publishing, Toronto (1988). Volume 2; I haven’t seen Volume 1.
Lewis, A C. Nahanni Remembered.. NeWest Press, Edmonton (1997).
Moore, Joanne Ronan. Nahanni Trailhead: A Year in the Northern Wilderness. Hancock House (2000).
Patterson, Raymond Murray. The Dangerous River. George Allen & Unwin Ltd., London (1954); Touchwood Press, new edition (2009).
Patterson, Raymond Murray. Nahanni Journals: R.M. Patterson's 1927-1929 Journals. University of Alberta Press (2008).
Schlie, Ron. A Nahanni Journey. Golden Acorn Press (2008).
Turner, Dick. Nahanni. Hancock House (1975).
UNESCO World Heritage Site.
http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/24
South Nahanni River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Nahanni_River
http://www.canoe.ca/che-mun/102nahanni.html
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/wheretoex ... hanniriver
http://www.nfb.ca/film/nahanni/
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=nahanni& ... 66&bih=675
https://www.google.ca/search?q=unesco+n ... 66&bih=675
Photos:
Author: Mark Barsevskis.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/markbarsevskis/
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/SouthNahanni/ ... ni-F_e.php
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/SouthNahanni/ ... anni_e.php
Comment on Nahannis. Most paddlers refer to the South Nahanni as the Nahanni. The Little Nahanni, a rapid-rich tributary (rapids are reported to be tougher than those below the Moose Ponds) of the South Nahanni, is also paddled. Those who attempt the North Nahanni River (a Mackenzie tributary) should have very deep pockets to pay for their rescue.
Geoprocess File, Summary Report, Nahanni River Map area.
http://ygsftp.gov.yk.ca/publications/op ... c/105i.pdf
Overland access Routes to the Moose Ponds.
1. Up the Ross River.
2. Down the South Macmillan River, then over to the Ross River and up it; see the entry Overland Route to the South Nahanni River at
http://myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtopic.php?f=121&t=38189
Outfitters.
http://www.blackfeather.com/canoe/canoe ... _about.htm
Nahanni Butte.
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/wheretoex ... hannibutte
http://www.dehcho.org/members/nahanni_butte.htm
http://nahannibutte.lgant.ca/
http://www.assembly.gov.nt.ca/_live/pag ... butte.aspx
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/sto ... ooded.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nahanni_Butte
http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/city/pag ... ric_e.html
Environment Canada Water Office.
Above Virginia Falls.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10EB001
Ancient Simpson Air brochure.
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canad ... iAvion.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Features.
From Toporama, 1:120k scale, from 1:250k series.
The Moose Ponds and Mount Wilson, rapids! ("The Rock Garden" to paddlers), Little Nahanni River confluence, Island Lakes, Black Wolf Creek confluence, Broken Skull River confluence, Britnell Creek confluence (hiking route to the Circque), Hot Springs Valley with Rabbitkettle Lake and Tufa Mounds, Hole in the Wall Creek confluence, Hell Roaring Creek confluence, Flood Creek confluence, Esbataottine Mountain, Sunblood Mountain, Virginia Falls, possible hike to Marengo Falls, Five Mile Canyon Rapids, Marengo Creek confluence, Clearwater Creek confluence, Figure of Eight Rapids, Wrigley Creek confluence, Flat River confluence, Vera Creek confluence, Mary River confluence, The Gate, Pulpit Rock, Third Canyon, Big Bend, Second Canyon, Deadmen Valley, Meilleur River confluence, Prairie Creek confluence, Dry Canyon, Ram Creek confluence, George’s Riffle, First Canyon, Lafferty Creek confluence, Lafferty’s Riffle, Kraus Hotspings, Windy Creek confluence, The Splits and Twisted Mountain, Jackfish River confluence, Nahanni Butte and settlement, Liard River junction, Blackstone River confluence and Blackstone Landing.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Notes.
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Notes.
Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Neil Hartling.
Title at source: South Nahanni River: 10 Reasons Why You Should Stay Away from the Nahanni.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Notes.
Strusik, Ed. Ten Rivers. Adventure Stories from the Arctic. Can West Books, Toronto (2005). Content: Travels on the Nahanni, Mackenzie, Snowdrift, Thomsen, Nanook, Firth, Brown, Cunningham, Taggart and Back Rivers.
Excerpt of the book is posted at
http://books.google.com/books?id=162ycz ... nd&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Blackstone Landing. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Moose Ponds, South Nahanni River features, Nahanni Butte settlement, Liard River, Blackstone Landing.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Online, Guide.
Source: Charles Leduc library (cartespleinair).
Ed note: If you use this information, please consider making a contribution to the Fonds pour la Préservation des Rivières, Fédération québécoise du canot et du kayak (FQCK).
http://www.canot-kayak.qc.ca
Content: Copy of Nahanni National Park Guide.
Coverage: Rabbitkettle Lake to the east boundary of the Park (32 km upstream from Nahanni Butte).
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canada/Nahanni.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Blackstone Territorial Park. Online, Guide, Photos.
Source: cartespleinair (Charles Leduc library).
Ed note: If you use this information, please consider making a contribution to the Fonds pour la Préservation des Rivières, Fédération québécoise du canot et du kayak (FQCK).
http://www.canot-kayak.qc.ca
Author: Bernard Goutier.
Title at source: Rapport d'expédition rivière Nahanni 2011.
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canad ... er2011.pdf
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canad ... er2011.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Guide.
Ed note: I haven't looked at either book.
Jowett, Peter and Neil Hartling. Nahanni River Guide. Rocky Mountain Books, Surrey (2003). Ed note: Covers the Flat river as well as the South Nahanni.
Jowett, Peter. Nahanni: The River Guide. Fitzhenry and Whiteside (2002). Ed notes: Photo of the cover says Rocky Mountain Books. Earlier version of the Jowett-Hartling book? Covers also the Flat River?
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Rabbitkettle Lake to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal.
Author: Katherine Suboch.
http://www.bigbluesky.ca/site/Nahanni/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal.
Authors: Bill and Janice Stauttener.
http://billandjanice.stauttener.com/Can ... 202005.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Rabbitkettle Lake to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal.
Source: Canoe Beyond library.
Author: Nicole Lazier.
http://www.canoebeyond.com/nahanni.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Rabbitkettle Lake to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: Craveman.
Ed note: Guided trip.
Route description: Float plane from Fort Simpson to Rabbit Kettle Lake, tufa mounds, South Nahanni River Features, Blackstone Landing.
Title at source: South Nahanni River July/August 2010.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 24&t=36747
Photos:
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2 ... 156f9e0a9e
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal.
Sources: Private site and Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: Barson Bud’s.
Route description: Moose Ponds, South Nahanni River Features, Blackstone Landing.
Photos:
http://waynebarson.com/photos/nahanni/index.html
Commentary at CCR:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 12&t=30872
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Northwest Territories Forum.
Author: Watersong.
Photos:
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=3 ... =692774515
CCR commentary:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 23&t=31232
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Island Lakes to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal.
Author: Darin Zandee.
Route description: Island Lakes, South Nahanni River Features, Blackstone Landing.
http://www.darinzandee.wildrec.net/Nahanni%202003.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Nahanni Butte. Online, Guide.
Source: NT Government
Access points: Moose Ponds, Island Lake, Rabbitkettle Lake, Little Nahanni River, above Virginia Falls.
Egress points: Nahanni Butte (settlement at the Liard River confluence); optional continuation on the Liard to Blackstone Territorial Park or all the way to Fort Simpson.
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/sites/spe ... hriver.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Rabbitkettle Lake to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Neis family library.
Author: Vernon Neis.
Route description: Drive to Fort Simpson, wheeled plane to gravel bar upstream from Rabbitkettle Lake, South Nahanni River Features, Blackstone landing.
Story:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/na ... tory1.html
Photos:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/na ... anni1.html
Area map:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/threeframe.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Moose Ponds to Blackstone Landing. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Neis family library.
Author: Margot Neis.
Route description: Drive to Fort Simpson, shuttle to Blackstone Landing, float planes to the Moose Ponds, South Nahanni River Features (plus Moore’s cabin), Blackstone Landing.
Story:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/na ... story.html
Photos:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/na ... anni2.html
Area map:
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/threeframe.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. Rabbitkettle Lake to Blackstone Landing. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Title at source: OM-17 South Nahanni River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Nahanni River. From Island Lake area. Online, Notes (in Dutch), Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: unknown.
Route description: Float plane from Fort Simpson to Haywire Lake (a few km upstream from Island Lake), South Nahanni River Features, Liard River, ... .
Title at source: Nahanni.
http://www.paddler.nl/trips-nahanni.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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