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We paddled across Joe Peary Lake to our back country campsite and immediately as I expressed the hope I'd hear a loon one flew in, less than 10 feet away - magical. At 4am when I'd been awakned more than once by the loon's haunting...More
We love Quetico. It is a spectacular wilderness park with a great history. We back country paddled through here 20 years ago, and had many fond memories of it. Coming back today we were pleasantly surprised to find so many amenities such as an interpretive...More
Quetico is a truly special place for those visiting. It's a rarity to be in the midst of such unspoiled wilderness. Being being remote presents it's challenges but it's all part of the adventure. Having visited several times and traveled around the world, I would...More
A large boundary waters park, with very primitive services. A area that well seasoned and experience trekkers can enjoy. Once home to the largest fire fighting crews of the OMNR. , now abandoned and not used. Area not patrolled on a regular basis; cell phone...More
Spent the night here travelling through. A really beautiful area which I am sure is best explored by canoe or kayak but can still be enjoyed by the nature hiking (I don't think there is anything longer than a 10 km return trail but still...More
As a 30-something girlie-girl, even I find it surprising that this trip was something I enjoyed so very much. My hubby, myself and our best friends (another couple) spent 6 days adventuring in Quetico. It was intense and tough and gross... and stunning and rewarding...More
Quetico is a great place to go off the grid and enjoy the outdoors. Use an outfitter (we use Powell Lake Resort) to help you enter the park and set up a base camp or visit a series of lakes.
I like the American version...More
Quiteco park is where I practically lived from age six to eleven, when my parents moved to look for work. That was back in the years of 1959 to 1964 and we camped in site 59 from the end of June to beginning of September...More
I have been twice with boy scouts and am planning to go again as a couple. I would suggest not taking younger than 16 year old because of the rugged portage trails and windy lakes. It is a challenge for both 17 year olds and...More