Algonquin Park Shall lake to Mole Lake


Algonquin Provincial Park is in southeastern Ontario, Canada. Its forests, rivers and numerous lakes, including the large Lake of Two Rivers, are home to moose, bears and common loons. The park’s many trails include the Whiskey Rapids Trail, along the Oxtongue River, and the Barron Canyon Trail, with views from the north rim. The Algonquin Logging Museum features a re-created camp and a steam-powered amphibious tug. ― Google

Trip info
: 5th Aug, 2023
: Algonquin Park
: 02 Days 01 Nights

Trip Description

One night 2 days in Algonquin park. Leave my place at 5:30 am and drive to entry #17 (Shall Lake) Canoe should be delivered. (waiting to confirm)
Staying at Mole Campsite. We might have the lake to ourselves. The total time to paddle is 5 hrs.
Depending on water levels, we may not be able to go down McCarthy Creek. ( I hope we can) We would have to backtrack and go around.

Leave No Trace Principles

1: Plan Ahead and Prepare

2: Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces

3: Dispose of Waste Properly

4: Leave What You Find

5: Minimize Campfire Impacts

6: Respect Wildlife

7: Be Considerate of Others

Choose whatever you like

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