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Canoe Trip Planner

Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Routes

Explore Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Routes with Montreal River Outpost's new organized canoe route page. Search for a canoe route based off of location, duration, distance, and difficulty.

 

With so many options to explore in Northern Saskatchewan, make sure your canoe trip is to your liking by finding the right canoe route for you.

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Pinehouse to Missinipe

Pinehouse to Missinipe

The Pinehouse to Missinipe canoe route is one of the most popular churchill river canoe trips for those looking to spend a week on the water. This canoe trip starts on Pinehouse Lake (~220km from La Ronge) and offers different options to start from.

Quick Route Facts
Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
170
10
Intermediate
Nemeiben Lake to Missinipe

Nemeiben Lake to Missinipe

The Nemeiben Lake to Missinipe canoe route is a great choice for those looking to depart from La Ronge and travel north to Missinipe. This often traveled canoe route is an ideal choice for those looking to explore the Canadian shield in all its glory.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
100
7
Intermediate
Nipekamew River (Upper)

Nipekamew River (Upper)

The upper section of the Nipekamew River is the more challenging section of the Nipekamew River for those with competent whitewater skills. This canoe trip starts on East Trout Lake and continues for 50kms down to Highway 165E.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
49
2
Advanced
Four Portages Bay to Wadin Bay

Four Portages Bay to Wadin Bay

No whitewater experience is required for this lake paddling canoe route. This is a great canoe trip for taking your kids and inexperienced paddling friends with you to get them into the canoe tripping life.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
40
3
Beginner
La Ronge to Nipekamew Bay

La Ronge to Nipekamew Bay

Paddle along the south shore of Lac La Ronge and experience purple sand, long beaches, and the edge of the Canadian Shield

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
46
3
Beginner
Besnard to Nemeiben

Besnard to Nemeiben

The Besnard to Nemeiben canoe route is a popular choice for both canoe tripping beginners and the experienced. This canoe trip travels through the most popular lakes for remote fishing in Northern Saskatchewan.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
85
6
Intermediate
Besnard Lake to Missinipe

Besnard Lake to Missinipe

The Besnard Lake to Missinipe canoe route is a popular choice for canoeists looking to explore the beautiful boreal forest AND get some great fishing in while they’re at it.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
120
8
Intermediate
Nipekamew River (Lower)

Nipekamew River (Lower)

Travel down the winding and enthralling Nipekamew River canoe route. This canoe trip takes you from Hwy 165 East to Nipekamew Bay on Lac La Ronge.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
52
2
Intermediate
Whitemoose River

Whitemoose River

The Whitemoose River offers some of the best remote fishing experiences in all of Northern Saskatchewan. Spending some time putting your line in the water is almost always guaranteed to catch you a fish or two for supper.

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Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
147
10
Intermediate
Lac La Ronge Beaches

Lac La Ronge Beaches

You don’t need to travel great distances to experience the wonders of northern Saskatchewan. Depart directly from Montreal River Outpost's dock in Air Ronge, and paddle your way to some of the most beautiful beaches in the north.

Quick Route Facts
Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
15
1
Beginner
Wapawekka to Deschambault

Wapawekka to Deschambault

The Wapawekka Lake to Deschambault Lake canoe trip is a historical canoe route that takes you down the Deschambault River. One of the main attractions of this area is the amazing fishing opportunities you can find along the route.

Quick Route Facts
Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
130
8
Advanced
MRO to Nut Point

MRO to Nut Point

Paddle or boat shuttle to Nut Point to pedal or kick the 15 km Nut Point Trail, jam-packed with challenging terrain for the whole gang to enjoy!

Quick Route Facts
Distance (km)
Duration (days)
Skill Level
20
2
Beginner

Book Your Canoe Route Shuttle Online

Found the Northern Saskatchewan canoe route for your next adventure? Make sure you have all the gear you need! Our online booking system allows you to reserve your canoe rentals, canoe shuttles, and all other outdoor gear you may need on your Northern Saskatchewan canoe trip.