Paddling the Grand River

Paddling the Grand River

A Trip-planning Guide to Ontario's Historic Grand River

Book - 2007
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Paddling the Grand River follows the Grand from Belwood Lake just upriver of Fergus, past Kitchener-Waterloo and through Cambridge, Paris, and Brantford to Port Maitland at the mouth of the Grand at Lake Erie. The Grand is renowned for its recreational paddling opportunities, its water quality, and its fishing. Numerous colour photographs show paddlers some of the visual highlights of the river. The text describes trips ranging from two hours' to five days' travel. Details on local sights, fishing, accommodation, parking, outfitters, and suppliers are included. Aerial photos showing the portages around the dams and GPS locator numbers are new features that add value to this classic. Paddling the Grand River is perfect for anyone considering a trip on the Grand, and is invaluable for an afternoon's excursion or a multi-day adventure on this beautiful heritage river.
Publisher: Toronto : James Lorimer & Co., 2007.
Edition: Rev. and updated 5th ed. --
ISBN: 9781550289787
Characteristics: 96 p. :,col. ill., col. maps.
Additional Contributors: Grand River Conservation Authority


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