Canoeing and Hiking Wild Muskoka


A guide book to the less-traveled regions of Ontario between Georgian Bay and the Algonquin highlands featuring 80 hand-drawn maps. Both easy day trips and much more adventurous trips are covered.

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In Canoeing & Hiking Wild Muskoka, Hap Wilson explores the “other” Muskoka, from the Georgian Bay coast to the Algonquin Highlands, through vast stretches of forest, rivers and smaller lakes in between. The well-known wilderness guide, author and artist takes us canoeing, kayaking, hiking and cross-country skiing in Muskoka’s best near-wilderness areas. Eco-adventurers will find an abundance of information and choices of destination, from “soft” adventures, easy day trips with comfortable lodgings, to more rugged trips that put outdoor skills and endurance to the test. More than eighty hand-drawn, art-quality maps and up-to-date trip notes detail featured destinations. More than just a hands-on guide to adventure, this book makes a fine contribution to the coffee table.

Author: Hap Wilson

  • Publisher : Boston Mills Press; 1st edition (Feb. 1 2003)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 144 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 155046339X
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1550463392
  • Item Weight : 435 g
  • Dimensions : 25.2 x 1.24 x 20.22 cm

Additional information

Weight .525 g
Dimensions 12 × 8 in