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A Paddler's Guide to Algonquin Park
by Kevin Callan
With over 12,000 miles of canoe routes and nearly 400 lakes Algonquin Park is famous worldwide as a paddler's paradise. Kevin Callan has canoed these routes for two decades and his advice and descriptions of these 25 routes make it easy for you to join in
A Paddler's Guide to Ontario's Cottage Country
by Kevin Callan
Featuring 25 of the best canoe routes in Ontario's Kawarthas, Haliburton, Muskoka, and Georgian Bay regions, this guide is full of photos and original maps showing all access points, important river features, and accurate portage lengths.
Canoeing and Hiking Wild Muskoka
by Hap Wilson
The trademark Wilson canoeing and hiking guide to the rivers, lakes and trails of Muskoka.
Explore Muskoka
by Susan Pryke
Long-time all-season Muskokan Susan Pryke knows more about Muskoka than almost anyone around those parts, and in this thoroughly researched guide she digs deep into Muskoka history to reveal the personal stories and timeless charm behind all things ashore
Muskoka Dining Guide and Favourite Recipes
edited by Alice Paré
This book not only provides background and directions for selected restaurants and resorts but also features the chef’s choice recipes for home cooking.
The Cottage Bible; 2nd Edition
by Gerry Mackie & Laura Elise Taylor
The Cottage Bible is the most important reference for a cottage owner. The expert guidance is essential for any vacation home, especially one near water with unique challenges. There is year-round advice on maintenance, buying a cottage, repairing burst p
The Last Guide (Paperback)
by Ron Corbett
Part fishing trip, part history and lore, this is the story of one of Algonquin Park's last full-time fishing guides. Richly anecdotal, entertaining and with marvelous photographs throughout.
Trails and Tribulations
by Hap Wilson, illustrated by Ingrid Zschogner
In an age when "survival" shows permeate the media, noted northern traveller Hap Wilson shares accounts of his lifelong involvement with wilderness living within the Canadian Shield. Wilson knows better than most how to live in the woods.
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