This route provides an excellent variety of paddling and fascinating features. Much of the Kipawa region’s early history is centred around this route. The large lakes and scenic rivers once attracted the establishment of Algonquin families and subsequent logging pioneers. As a result, the route provides various interesting natural and cultural heritage sites. Scenery is diverse and marshes provide excellent bird and wildlife viewing opportunities. The most part of the route is isolated. Tuk Tuk is the favourite one because of its amazing landscapes and its easy porterages.
Length : 96 km
Type : Loop of 4 to 10 days
Difficulty : 2 (easy)
Landscape : 5 (Wonderful)
Starting Lake : Ostaboningue
Arrival Lake : Lac Ostaboningue
Danger : Non-drinking water
Interest : Chapelle de Hunter's Point, milieu sauvage et paysages.
Canoeing Period : All summer.
Acces : 40 km of gravel on the penetration and Ostaboningue's road from Béarn. Accessible by car or truck.