Lac La Ronge Islands

About this Canoe Route

Lac La Ronge Islands

Let your navigation imagination run free as you paddle from Bulbick Lake on Highway 915 -the road to Stanley Mission- to our dock at Montreal River Outpost. Contact us today to book your shuttle to Bulbick Lake. Oh the possibilities for exploration as you island hop in a southwesterly way!


Like dominoes, you will see Markers 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, & 1 of the 46 on Lac La Ronge, before sighting La Ronge and the tri-community from a lake viewpoint.


Communication between bow and stern paddlers is necessary when wind conditions exist. Knowing where you are on the lake is key, so that you have safety in mind as you explore. Take advantage of low wind times in the morning and evening. Perhaps an afternoon siesta on shore?


If you have more time, paddling to Wadin Bay, English Bay, Nut Bay, and McGibbon Bay or exploring the central islands of Lac La Ronge are great options. Portaging not required on this fantastic northern Saskatchewan adventure!

Canoe Trip Details

Skill Level

Intermediate

Trip Type

Island-filled Large Lake paddling

Km

Days

44

3

Mandatory Portages

0

Optional Portages

Start Point:

Bulbick Lake

End Point

Montreal River Outpost Dock

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Lac La Ronge Islands

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