DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this site is for reference purposes only. If you are interested in participating in any of the routes shown here, it is strongly recommended that you contact a
local guide, purchase topographic maps from local map providers, check hydrometric levels and ensure that you bring appropriate equipment.
When using the railway to access these and any other routes accessible by the Algoma Central Railway, please always use great caution, especially around open water. In addition to containing hidden currents which pose potential risk to adventurers, running water can often mask the sounds of an oncoming train. Always stay clear from the tracks and remember to use caution when a train is approaching.
If paddling on the Montreal and Michipicoton River, it is recommended that you take appropriate measures to contact the local hydro power authorities. These rivers contain hydro-electric dams which can cause unpredictable and dangerous water fluctuations.
Northern Ontario wilderness contains many large animals such as moose, bear and wolf. While these animals are not commonly aggressive towards humans, they can be dangerous. In the fall many of the areas recommended here are frequented by hunters. Please take appropriate outdoor wilderness precautions to protect yourself in case of any and all accidental mishaps, including wearing bright orange if camping in the fall.