Imagine… running over 20 sets of rapids and camping every night beside the roar of cascading falls and rapids. Few rivers can match the power, beauty and history of the Upper Missinaibi. From its source at Missinaibi Lake, the river rushes 350 miles North to James Bay, over Precambrian granite, through string bogs and marshes, and all within a Provincial Park. This guided trip catches the river at the ghost town of Peterbell (accessible only by train), and over 100 miles of river, you'll drop 300 feet. Although the pace is relaxed enough to allow for whitewater instruction and plenty of relaxation time, this trip does require an intermediate level of general fitness with a few longer days on the water. Truly, one of the best ways to experience one of the world’s great heritage rivers!
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Get up close and personal with polar bears at the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat Center. Swim with these 1,000 pound bears in safety, separated by thick plexiglass. For regional travel information, visit Northeastern Ontario.