Skip to Content | Skip to Store Navigation

Set #23 East Side Bundle**

Set #23 East Side BundleThis bundle contains one of each of the following:

ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK CANOE ROUTES MAP
This map contains all the necessary information required by Algonquin Park's back country canoeists. This map shows lakes, campsites, portages, access points, plus natural and cultural history features. The reverse side of the map provides detailed information about planning your Algonquin Park back country adventure including park management messages, safety information, equipment requirements, etc. Paper (updated annually). 95cm x 95cm (37.40" x 37.40"). 2019/20.

ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK BACKPACKING TRAILS MAP
Algonquin Park has three backpacking trails which have been designed for overnight users who wish to spend two or more days hiking and camping in the Park interior. Rules and regulations every backpacker should know and follow are outlined, as well as directions to using the reservation system. Each of the three trails has its own scale and map displaying designated campsites.
The "Planning your trip" section offers helpful hints to ensure an enjoyable trip. 2020/2021.

BARRON CANYON TRAIL GUIDE
History of the Canyon (1.5 km)
The Barron Canyon is on the east side of Algonquin Park(a three hour, one way drive from the Hwy. 60 part of the Park). It begins 11 km beyond the Sand Lake Gate and 8 km before the Achray turn-off on the Lake Travers road.
Numbered sections of text in this guide correspond to numbered posts along the trail.
The trail itself is a 1.5 km loop leading to and along the north rim of the spectacular 100 m deep Barron Canyon before returning to the parking lot. Special caution needs to be practiced on this trail due to the height of the trail cliff. A must see for all Algonquin visitors, truly worth the drive.

BERM LAKE TRAIL GUIDE
Algonquin Pine Forest Ecology (4.5 km)
Located on the east side of Algonquin Park (a three hour drive from the hwy 60 part of the Park).
Numbered sections of text in this guide correspond to numbered posts along the trail.
The Berm Lake Trail is a 4.5 km loop trail beginning and ending adjacent to the Achray Campground. The trail takes you completely around pretty little Berm Lake and through pine and oak forests, typical of the Park's east side.

BARRON CANYON TRAIL CREST
Take home a souvenir of your Algonquin Park trail visit. Collect all 18 (Algonquin Logging Museum Trail Crest also available). Barron Canyon Trail represented by an embroidered silhouette of a soaring hawk. Great for your camping jacket or camp blanket. 5.08cm x 5.08cm

BERM LAKE TRAIL CREST
Take home a souvenir of your Algonquin Park trail visit. Collect all 18 (Algonquin Logging Museum Trail Crest also available). 5.08cm by 5.08cm

SPIRITS OF THE LITTLE BONNECHERE
A History of Exploration, Logging, and Settlement 1800-1920.
Tales of early lumbermen and settlers on their opening of the land along the Little Bonnechere River to human use, whether for hunting and trapping, for logging, for farming, or for the recreational pursuits of today. This second printing includes all of the original text, revised where appropriate, along with an archaeological update with information gained from investigations conducted along the river between 1995 and 2016. Roderick MacKay. 192 pages. Paperback. 2016.

Price: $34.50 $39.31

All prices are in Canadian dollars. All algonquinpark.on.ca prices are applicable to online purchases only.

Please note:
HST (5-15% depending on the Province) will be applied to all orders shipped to addresses in Canada. The exception are items marked with a ** which are only taxed at 5%.