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Canoe Woodland Caribou Park

Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is aptly named, for within its 1.2 million acres (486,235 ha) roams one of the largest groups of woodland caribou south of Hudson Bay. The Bloodvein and the Gammon rivers begin here, before flowing into Atikaki Provincial Park, just over the border in Manitoba. Woodland Caribou Park is a roadless haven into which you can paddle or fly, using one of the charter services around Red Lake, Ear Falls, Kenora, and Nestor Falls. The park has several backcountry lodges and camps, but if you pick your route wisely you are more likely to see signs of ancient peoples than modern ones—for Woodland Caribou is known especially for its pictographs: striking reminders of the ancestors of today’s Ojibway, people who traveled there thousands of years ago, silently slipping along its waterways and forest corridors, the same way canoeists do today.


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