Canyons, Coves & Coastal Waters : Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Paperback.

By: MURPHY, Dan. PRICE, Jim. REDMOND, Kevin.

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MURPHY, Dan, Jim PRICE, and Kevin REDMOND. Canyons, Coves & Coastal Waters : Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. (St. John's):Breakwater, (1995). First Printing. Pp. (6),7-143,(1), + 24 p. of colour p lates. Illustrated. With maps. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with lightpurple spine, purple lettering to front cover, black lettering to spine. " For both the novice and expert canoeist and kayaker this book is a must as it highlights the paddlers' way through placid inland lakes, over 15,000km of coastline and some of the most spectacular whitewater in the world. The inland and coastal waterways of Newfoundland and Labrador are the corridorsto some of the most inaccessible, rugged and pristine wilderness areas in North America. The canoe and kayak allow the paddler to access barren tundra, southern boreal forest, spectacular inland and coastal geological formations and a wide range of wildlife. Paddle past humpback whales, world renown seabird colonies or visit the most southerly herd of caribou in North America. Labrador's subarctic and arctic wilderness is a mecca for the northern paddler to explore. Fjords, majestic rivers, icebergs, taiga, tundra and glacial valleys all add to the ultimate wilderness paddling experience." - from the rear cover. Includes the following routes: 1. Eastern Newfoundland: Conception Bay -- Calvert-Ferryland -- Cape Broyle -- Dunns Brook -- Paradise River -- Middle Cove -- Colinet River -- Middle Three Island Pond -- Rocky River -- Petty Harbour to Bay Bulls -- Salmonier Line-Middle Gull Pond-Brigus Junction -- Salmonier River -- Holyrood Pond -- Lower Lance Cove-Ireland's Eye loop -- Great Island-LeManche loop. 2. Central Newfoundland: Bay du Nord River -- Terra Nova River -- Northwest River -- Notre Dame Bay --White Bear River -- Gambo Pond -- Lower Gander River -- Exploits River -- Sandy Pond to Terra Nova Lake -- Terra Nova National Park (Newman Sound) --Fogo Island -- Northwest Gander River. 3. Western Newfoundland: Upper Humb er River -- Humber River (Adies Lake to Sir Richard Squires Memorial Park) -- Humber River (Sir Richard Squires Memorial Park to Deer Lake) -- Humber River (Deer Lake to Humber Arm) -- Grand Lake, Sandy Lake and Birchy Lake -- Tippens Pond (Massey Drive Pond) -- Wild Cove -- Wood's Island -- York Harbour, Lark Harbour and Bottle Cove -- Indian River -- Pinchgut Lake to Georges Lake -- Harrys River -- Gros Morne National Park (East and Southern Arm) -- Trout River Pond -- North Arm, Penguin Arm and Goose Arm -- Serpentine River -- Lloyds River -- Barachois Brook -- Grand Codroy River -- Main River. 4. Labrador: Churchill River -- Cartwright to Black Tickle -- Port Manverse Run-Nain Bay loop -- Notakwanon River -- Pinware River -- Eagle River-- Ugjoktok River -- Kanairiktok River -- Moisie River. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

Title: Canyons, Coves & Coastal Waters : Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador. Paperback.

Author Name: MURPHY, Dan. PRICE, Jim. REDMOND, Kevin.

Categories: 83,

Publisher: Breakwater, St. John's, 1995, ISBN:1550811010:

Seller ID: 104399

Keywords: NEWFOUNDLAND KAYAKING CANOEING CANOE KAYAK LABRADOR CANADA CANADIAN OUTDOORS ADVENTURE TRAVEL,