The Nation Lakes Canoe Route
One hundred and fifty kilometres north of Fort St. James, the Nation River links four long narrow lakes to form one of British Columbia's best paddling destinations. The Nation Lakes Canoe Route begins in the southern reaches of the Omineca Mountains and ends at the edge of BC's Interior Plateau. By undertaking the trip described in this guidebook, paddlers will not only progress through two different geographical zones, they will become immersed in the raw beauty of the Canadian sub-boreal forest. The Nation Lakes Canoe Route is perfect for intermediate paddlers and supervised beginners who want to experience the joys of canoe tripping in a truly pristine environment. Clear waters, free-running streams, fine sandy beaches, and great vistas reward outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes with a never-to-be-forgotten wilderness experience. This guidebook includes detailed maps, waypoint coordinates, and descriptions of every campsite and point of interest on the route.
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