"The Crack", named for a large split in the rock on top of the Blue Ridge in Killarney Provincial Park, provides the most breathtaking view of the magnificent wild landscape with white quartzite mountains and turquoise lakes, captured in the paintings of Canada’s most famous painters, The Group of Seven. This canoe route is designed to include a hike to "The Crack" at mid-point of your trip. There are many other day to multi-day canoe route options for all skill levels to choose from. Killarney Outfitters are happy to provide you with personalized trip planning services to select the route best suited to your needs. Killarney Outfitters “Sumptuous Outfitting” package includes (almost) everything you will need to take on this ultimate adventure. Their personalized planning service combined with high quality light-weight canoeing, camping, cooking and navigation equipment as well as delicious foods will ensure you get the most enjoyment on this challenging world-class paddle.
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While in Killarney, enjoy delicious freshly caught pickel at Herber's Fisheries. Start or end your adventure in comfort at Killarney Mountain Lodge. The French River Visitor Center tells the story of Canada's first Heritage River - a key travelling route for Aboriginals and early explorers. Get authentic Canadian souvenirs and ice cream at the French River Trading Post. For regional travel information, visit Northeastern Ontario.