Lang Lake to Whitefish Falls

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Submitter & Author Information
Route submitted by: 
webmaster
Trip Date : 
Additional Route Information
Distance: 
41 km
Duration: 
3 days
Loop Trip: 
No
Portage Information
No. of portages: 
4
Total Portage Distance: 
1920 m
Longest Portage: 
630 m
Difficulty Ratings
River Travel: 
Novice
Lake Travel: 
Novice
Portaging: 
Easy
Remoteness: 
Novice
Background Trip Info
Water Levels: 
Unknown
Route Description
Technical Guide: 

Start at Lang Lake Resort on Lang Lake
East through Lang Lake, Plunge Lake, Little Bear Lake
Camp night one on Little Bear Lake
Into Rocky Channel
P 200 m
South through Van Winkle Lake
P 450 m
South through Cat Lake
P 630 m
West on Howry Lake
West on Howry Creek
P 620 m at narrow section of Howry Creek
West on Murray Lake
Camp on Murray Lake night two
West on Howry Creek
West through Charlton Lake
South past Willisville into Frood Lake
Finish at the dam at Whitefish Falls

Maps Required
Topo Maps (1:50,000): 
41 I/3 Lake Panache 41 I/4 Whitefish Falls
Other Maps: 
Killarney Provincial Park map published by Friends of Killarney - shows all campsites, portages, etc.
Other
Special Comments: 

This is almost a loop trip. The shuttle distance is only about 10 km. This route cuts into Killarney Provincial Park, so an entry permit will be required if you are camping inside the park. The portage descriptions listed in the MNR guide seem to be inaccurate, so the lengths here are from the Killarney Provincial Park map.

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Comments

Post date: Tue, 03/10/2009 - 23:09

Comments: 

Bev, you can view topographic maps for free on The Atlas of Canada. The friends of Killarney charge for maps but they show alot of useful trip planning information like campsites and portage locations, however all the basic topographic information can be seen on The Atlas of C and map scales can be adjusted to show more or less detail.

Post date: Sat, 01/10/2009 - 13:16

Comments: 

Hi: I am having problems locating a map for the killarney water way system. I can only find site that want to charge
people for maps that you cannot see before you buy them.I would like to see
them before I can plan a summer trip to
see if this is area I would canoe this summer.