Champlain College Canoe Trip
In the Kawartha Highlands
Champlain Canoe Trips in the Ontario Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park
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Just up the road from Trent University lies an opportunity to immerse yourself in adventure, explore your limits and discover the landscape that surrounds you. Join your Champlain College community this fall for a canoe trip in the beautiful Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park. This experiential opportunity will bring students, staff, faculty and alumni together to explore themes of Indigenous connection to the land, the history of the canoe in Canada, geography of the area and backcountry canoe tripping skills. Beginners are welcome and encouraged to attend.
All equipment, transportation and meals provided.
- Dates: 4 days/3 nights, Saturday Oct 20 – Tuesday Oct 23, 2018.
- Cost: $294 for Champlain Students and International Students subsidized by the College Office and Trent International.
Registration deadline is Tuesday Oct 16, 2018. Register in the Champlain College Office!
Discover.Adventure.Reflect.Engage. DARE to be Champlain.
Wednesday, October 3, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in the Champlain College Living Learning Commons (CLLC)
Any questions can be directed to the Champlain College Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Discover more about last year's camping trip through the Kawartha Highlands to get some ideas of what this year will bring!
2018 Route and Itinerary
- Bus transportation from Trent University to Anstruther Lake Access #5
- Three portages, 201m, 164m,
- Night 1 on North Rathbun Lake
- Travel to Serpentine Lake
- One portage, 1415m.
- Afternoon trip to Rock Lake for hiking excursion
- Night 2 on Serpentine Lake
- Travel to Copper Lake
- One portage, 200m
- Night 3 on Copper Lake
- Paddle out
- Three portages, 370m, 214m, 201m
- Bus transportation to Trent University from Anstruther Lake Access #5
Thank you to our partners and sponsors
The Canadian Canoe Museum
Zach Baranowski Photography
The Nind Fund
Great Lakes Commons