Montreal River Bigstone to MRO

About this Canoe Route

Montreal River Bigstone to MRO

We are blessed with an exhilarating whitewater run a short shuttle from our front door. The Bigstone run is worth checking out if you want accessible rapids to practice on before the big trip or if you have a couple hours to spare while passing through.


The Bigstone Run is characterized by fast-flowing, class II rapids with standing waves & boulders. There is a well-defined channel created back in the day, before there were roads up here, made by barging logs and equipment.


This short run of whitewater rapids is a great way to spend a couple hours going down the river. If you're in La Ronge and want to play in some water, head over to Montreal River Outpost for a shuttle to the top of the river and paddle down to our dock on Lac La Ronge behind MRO to finish.

Canoe Trip Details

Skill Level

Intermediate

Trip Type

CII Whitewater

Km

Days

4

1

Mandatory Portages

0

Optional Portages

0

Start Point:

Bigstone Landing

End Point

MRO

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Montreal River Bigstone to MRO

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