Petawawa River: Cedar Lake to McManus Lake (5 days / 90 km)

The Petawawa River is a historical river in Canada, used in the past for moving logs from the logging operations in Algonquin Park and surrounding areas downriver to the mills. Fur trading, although done on this route, was less frequent, with fur traders electing to canoe the milder Mattawa River to the north. The Petawawa is currently used as a whitewater river with incredible rapids, waterfalls, and canyons over the 90 km it flows from Cedar Lake to McManus Lake. It cannot be canoed until its...

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