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Southwest / South Shore region, Inland Routes

Ed note: South Shore region is the name used locally.

Counties
Halifax (part), Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne and Yarmouth.

Coverage.
Waters flowing into the Atlantic Ocean, from the Halifax area to the Yarmouth area.

Specific inclusions.
Barrington River and Barrington Lake, Big Mushamush Lake, Bloody Creek, Broad River, Card Lake, Carleton River, Christopher Lakes, Clyde River, Dauphinees Mill Lake, Five Rivers, Glasgow Stillwater, Gold River, Great Pubnico Lake, Hirtle Lake, Ingram River, Island Lake, Jordan River, Kejimkujik National Park, LaHave River, Medway River, Mersey River, Middle River, McGowan Lake and Dean Lake, Molega Lake, Mushamush River, Napier River, Panuke Lake, Petite Rivière, Pleasant River, Ponhook Lake, Rhyno Lake, Roseway River, Lake Rossignol, Seven Mile Lake, Shelburne River, Shingle Lake, Ten Mile Lake, Tobeatic Wilderness Area, Tusket River, Wentworth River, Wentworth Lake, Westhaver Lake, Wildcat River.

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Abrams River. Information.
Ed note: No Route information is presently available.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abrams_River
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Barrington River. Great Pubnico Lake to Barrington Head. Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Yarmouth and Shelburne.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 91 at source.
Route description: Little Bay of Great Pubnico Lake, Barrington River, Glasgow Stillwater, Chalk Line Sound, Barrington Lake; exit at bridge before Barrington Head.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Big Mushamush Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Lunenburg; near Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 54 of 85.
Route description: Day trip on lake (6 km long).
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Broad River. Online, Notes.
County: Queens.
Ed note: Enters the Atlantic Ocean north of Port Mouton.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
“A few additional river routes are briefly described here so paddlers will at least know of them. Safety information is either unavailable at this time or minimal so you’ll have to find out more on your own.”
Page 134 of 134.
Route description: ”Lake Rossignol at Dam #1 on the Mersey River” to “logging road just south of the Broad River bridge on Highway 103”.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Card Lake Provincial Park. Information.
County: Lunenburg; between Chester and Windsor.
http://www.novascotia.com/en/home/thing ... NwPTMyNjk_
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Card Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 57 of 85.
Route description: Day trip on small Lake (5 km long).
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Card Lake. Online, Notes, Map.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 80 at source.
Route description: Day trip on lake.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Christopher Lakes. Lake Rossignol to Hwy 8. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Queens; near Caledonia.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 59 of 85.
Route description: Low Landing, Lake Rossignol, Lacey Bay, Carrigan Lake, Apple Tree Lake, Telfer Lake, Fourth Christopher Lake, Third Christopher Lake, Laurel Lake, Second Christopher Lake, First Christopher Lake, Hwy 8.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Christopher Lakes. Online, Notes.
County: Queens; near Caledonia.
Source: Nova Scotia government.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetA.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetB.html
Available also at CKNS.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... kesab1.jpg
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Christopher Lakes. Online, Notes, Photos, Map.
Location: “South Brookfield”. North of Lake Rossignol.
Source: Every Trail.
Author: budges.
Route description (“6.8 miles”): Day trip. Second Christopher Lake, Laurel Lake, Third Christopher Lake, Fourth Christopher Lake, Telfer Lake; return.
Title at source: Christopher Lakes.
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1810478
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Clyde River. Black Lake to Clyde River town. Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Shelburne and Yarmouth.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 92 at source.
Route description: Black Lake, Russia Lake, Auger Lake, Clyde River junction, Long Lake, Barclay Lake, Goudeys Stillwater, Davis River confluence, Cobbs Scutch Falls, Hemlock Creek confluence, Middle Clyde River settlement, Ensors Island, The Trout Hole, Wooded Island, Clyde River town and Hwy 103.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Dauphinees Mill Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Lunenburg, near Hubbards.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 63 of 85.
Route description: Day trip (10 km) on lake.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Five Rivers. Online, Notes.
County: Queens.
Ed note: Enters the Atlantic Ocean at Port Mouton.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
“A few additional river routes are briefly described here so paddlers will at least know of them. Safety
information is either unavailable at this time or minimal so you’ll have to find out more on your own.”
Page 134 of 134.
Route description: Bridge on Hwy 103 to White Point.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Gold River. Online, Notes.
County: Lunenburg.
Ed note: Enters the Atlantic Ocean west of Chester.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
“A few additional river routes are briefly described here so paddlers will at least know of them. Safety
information is either unavailable at this time or minimal so you’ll have to find out more on your own.”
Page 134 of 134.
Route description: “New Ross Bridge” to “below the railroad bridge in Chester Basin”.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ingram River and area. Online, Notes, Photos, Map.
Location: “Ingramport”.
Source: Every Trail.
Author: budges.
Route description (“11.0 miles”): Day trip. Bates Lake, Simey Lake, Moose Lake, Hand Lake, South Lake; return.
Title at source: South Lake.
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1770313
Ingram River. Online, Photos, Map.
Route description (“5.7 miles”): Day trip on Bates Lake and Simey Lake.
Title at source: Ingram River.
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1759969
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Island Lake and area. Online, Photos, Map.
Location: “Ingramport”. Upper Tantallon; off Rte 103, north of St Margarets Bay.
Source: Every Trail.
Author: budges.
Route description (“6.9 miles”): Day trip. Island Lake and Rees Lake.
Title at source: Island Lake.
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1584802
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Jordan River. Silvery Lake to Lake John. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Shelburne.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 93 at source.
Route description: Silvery Lake, Spectacle Lake, West Branch Jordan River, Hemlock Pothole, Upper Branch Lake, Lower Branch Lake, Dr Churchills Hole and Jordan River, Lake John, Jordan Falls.
“Main bodies of water: Silvery Lake, Spectacle Lake, West Branch Jordan River, Upper Branch Lake, Lower Branch Lake, the Jordan River and Lake John.”
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park. Information.
Ed note: The Park lies within the counties Annapolis, Digby (small piece) and Queens (bulk of the park).
Kejimkujik National Park.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/ns/kejimkujik/index_E.asp
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kejimkujik_National_Park
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 67 at source.
Contents: General information only.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park. Online, Map.
Ed note: Map only.
Source: Every Trail.
Author: sphillips.
Route description (“38 miles”): Kejimkujik Lake and Frozen Ocean Lake.
Title at source: 2012 Keji.
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1699682
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoë/Kayak New Brunswick.
Ed note: I didn’t find the promised photos.
Author: mitchell.
Route description: Insufficient information provided.
Title at source: Kejimkujik Lakes.
CKNB thread.
http://www.canoenb.proboards.com/index. ... thread=570
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park and Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Paul Maybee library.
Route description: Kejimkujik Lake (Merrymekedge Beach), Minard’s Bay, Big Hardwood Carry, Mountain Lake, Peskawesk Lake, Beaverskin Lake, Peskawa Lake, Pebbleloggitch Lake, Shelburne River, Irving Lake, Sisketch Brook, Sisketch Lake, House Lake Brook, House Lake, Junction Lake, Roseway River, Halfmoon Stream, Halfmoon Lake, bad dump (boat pinned), Roseway Lake, Mink Lake, Moose Lake, Crain Lake, Jones’ Hole, DeMoliter Lake, McGill Lake, Whetsone Lake, Horseshoe Falls, bridge at Upset Falls.
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/05 ... ion-day-1/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/05 ... ion-day-2/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/05 ... ion-day-3/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/05 ... ion-day-4/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/05 ... ion-day-5/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kejimkujik National Park and Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Paul Maybee library.
Route description: Eel Weir, Minard’s Bay, Big Hardwood Carry, Mountain Lake, Peskawesk Lake, Peskawa Lake, Pebbleloggitch Lake, Granite Falls and return. Shelburne River, Irving Lake, Sisketch Brook, Sisketch Lake, House Lake Brook, House Lake, Junction Lake, Roseway River, Halfmoon Stream (portage), Grass Lake, Roseway Run, Mink Lake, Skudiak Lake, Moose Lake, Crain Lake, Jones’ Hole, Horseshoe Falls, bridge at Upset Falls.
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/11 ... -tobeatic/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/11 ... c-part-ii/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/11 ... -part-iii/
http://paulmaybee.wordpress.com/2009/11 ... c-part-iv/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River. Information.
County: Lunenberg.
Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaHave_River
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River. New Germany Lake to Bridgewater. Online, Guide, Maps.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 89 of 134.
Route description: New Germany Lake, Morgan Falls, Pinehurst, Wentzell Lake and confluence of North Branch, Wentzell Falls, Keddy Falls, Bruhms Lake, Frideaux Falls and confluence of West LaHave River, Mossman Corner, Cookville, Cooks Falls, Hwy 103 bridge, Bridgewater.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River. New Germany Lake to Bridgewater. Online, Notes, Map.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 82 at source.
Route description: New Germany Lake, LaHave River, Wentzell Lake, Cooks Falls, Bridgewater.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
Available also at
http://4323326313671936442-a-1802744773 ... TpfA%3D%3D
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River. Bridgewater to LaHave. Online, Guide.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 91 of 134.
Route description: Day trip on tidal river.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River, North Branch. Texas Lake to Pinehurst. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Lunenburg, near Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 94 of 134.
Route description: Texas Lake, Joudreys Bridge Pool, Indian Falls, Feeners Pool, Indian Lake, Feindell’s Bridge and Pool, Long Pool, Slippery Ledge Pool, Blue Ledge Pool, Whynachts Eddy, bridge and MacKays Bridge Pool, Fancys Pool, Black Rattle, Pinehurst; continuation possible on LaHave River proper?
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River, North Branch. Sherbrooke Lake to Pinehurst. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Lunenburg.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 83 at source. Title at source: Sherbrooke Lake.
Route description: Sherbrooke Lake, North Branch LaHave River, Indian Lake (optional take-out), serious whitewater section, Pinehurst.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

LaHave River, West Branch. Rhyno Lake to Frideaux Falls. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Lunenburg, near Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 99 of 134.
Route description: Rhyno Lake, Hirtle’s Falls, Midville Branch Road, Kayak Falls, Frideaux Falls and junction with the LaHave River.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

McGowan Lake and Dean Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens; near Caledonia.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 68 of 85.
Route description: Day trip (10 km) on two connected lakes.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Medway River. Information.
http://www.novascotiablogs.com/2011/12/ ... ls-ns.html
Wikipedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medway_Riv ... _Scotia%29
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Medway River, Lower. Greenfield Falls to Mill Village. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Queens.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 85 at source.
Route description (serious whitewater river): Greenfield Falls, Bangs Falls, Bear Falls, Buggy Hole, Glode Falls, Mill Village.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Medway River, Lower. McGowan Lake to Ponhook Lake. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Queens; near Caledonia.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 103 of 134.
Route description: Eel Lake (below McGowan Lake), Westfield Road bridge, RR bridge, South Brookfield, Wildcat River confluence, Echo Lodge, Ponhook Lake.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Medway River, Lower. Greenfield to The Buggy Hole. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Queens.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 107 of 134.
Route description (serious rapids): Greenfield, Mountain Falls, Bangs Falls, Bear Falls, Buggy Hole Falls and The Buggy Hole.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mersey River. Information.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qZE1vuw3mU
Wikipedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mersey_Riv ... _Scotia%29
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mersey River, Upper. Kejimkujik Lake to Lake Rossignol. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens; near Caledonia.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 111 of 134.
Route description: Day trip (8 km). George Lake (below Kejiimkujik Lake), Loon Lake, Black Rattle, bridge, Lake Rossignol and Low Landing.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mersey River, Lower. Lake Rossignol to Milton. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Queens; near Liverpool.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 114 of 134.
Route description: Lake Rossignol, dams 1, 2 & 3 (Upper Lake Falls, Lower Lake Falls, Big Falls), preferred access point, dams 4, 5 & 6 (Lower Great Brook, Deep Brook, Cowie Falls), bridge, Milton; continuation possible to Liverpool.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mersey River, Lower. Below Lake Rossignol to Liverpool. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Queens.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 87 at source.
Route description: Dams 1, 2 & 3 (Upper Lake Falls, Lower Lake Falls, Big Falls), dams 4, 5 & 6 (Lower Great Brook, Deep Brook, Cowie Falls), bridge, Milton, Liverpool.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
Ed note: A better map is provided at
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Middle River. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Lunenburg.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 81 at source.
Route description (whitewater trip). Hwy 12 to Hennigar Lake.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Molega Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
Counties: Queens and Lunenburg; west of Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 71 of 85.
Route description: Large lake, about 30 km round trip; possible overnight. Connections to other routes.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Mushamush River. Online, Notes.
County: Lunenburg.
Ed note: Enters the Atlantic Ocean at Mahone Bay.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
“A few additional river routes are briefly described here so paddlers will at least know of them. Safety information is either unavailable at this time or minimal so you’ll have to find out more on your own.”
Page 134 of 134.
Route description: Little Mushamush Lake to Clearland or Mahone Bay.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Napier River and East Branch Tusket River. Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Digby and Yarmouth.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 73 at source.
Route description: Chelsea Deadwater to bridge above Tusket River.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Petite Rivière. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petite_Rivi%C3%A8re
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Petite Rivière. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Lunenburg.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 119 of 134.
Route description: Conqueral Mills to Petite Rivière settlement.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Pine Lake loop. Online, Journal.
County: Digby.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Nova Scotia Forum.
Ed note: Part of the Shelburne River.
Author: Polymorph.
Route description: Sporting Stream, Rush Lake, Sporting Lake, Little Pine Lake, Big Pine Lake, Pine Lake Stream, Sporting Stream.
Title at source: Pine Lake Loop.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 20&t=36323
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Pleasant River. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Route description: Day trip; Pleasant River settlement to bridge above Molega Lake. Continuation through Molega Lake and Wildcat River.
Page 122 of 134.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ponhook Lake, Molega Lake, Pleasant River, Medway River, Wildcat River, ... Online, Notes.
County: Queens.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 84 at source.
Content: General remarks only.
“Main bodies of water: Ponhook Lake, Molega Lake, Pleasant River, Medway River, Wildcat River, and six other lakes.”
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ponhook Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens; west of Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 74 of 85.
Route description: Large Lake, about 30 km round trip. Connections to other routes.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Roseway River. Crain Lake to McKay Lakes or Deception Lake.Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Yarmouth and Shelburne.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 94 at source.
Route description: Crain Lake, DeMoliter Lake, McGill Lake, Whetstone Lake, Roseway River, Devils Island, Indian Fields, Back Lake, Upper Ohio settlement, Phillip Lake, Jones Lake, (McKay Lakes if taking the west branch), Deception Lake on the east branch.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Roseway River. Online, Notes, Maps.
County: Shelburne.
Source: Nova Scotia government.
Ed note: I found the online maps hard to read.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetA.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetB.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetC.html
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/south ... heetD.html
Available also at CKNS (section D).
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... iver-1.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Lake Rossignol. Information.
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nse/protectedareas ... signol.asp
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Rossignol
Low Landing.
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 19&t=40654
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Lake Rossignol. Online, Notes.
County: Queens.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 86 at source.
Route description: Travel on impoundment with extreme wind exposure, stumps, rocks and fog.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Lake Rossignol. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens, near Caledonia.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 65 of 85.
Route description: Large, shallow lake with rock piles and dead trees. Three access points listed. Connections to Jordan Lake, Christopher Lakes route, Mersey River route, Shelburne River route; part of other routes.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Seven Mile Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Lunenburg.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 77 of 85.
Route description: Day trip of 9 km through Rhyno Lake, Seven Mile Lake and Hirtle Lake.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Shelburne River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Shelburne/Shelburne_e.htm
Wikipedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shelburne_River
Shelburne River Protected Area.
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nse/protectedareas ... rLands.pdf
Features.
Ed note: The source is the CHRS map: Buckshot Lake, Stoney Ditch Lake, Pine Lake, Sand Beach Lake, Beverley Lake, Pebbleloggitch Stillwater, Irving Lake, Sand Lake, Lake Rossignol.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Shelburne River, Lower. Pebblelogitch Lake to Lake Rossignol. Online, Guide, Maps.
County: Queens.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 125 of 134.
Route description: Pebblelogitch Lake (Kejimkujik National Park), Shelburne River junction, Irving Lake, Indian Falls, Sand Lake, Lake Rossignol and Low Landing.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Shingle Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Lunenburg; west of Bridgewater.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 80 of 85.
Route description: Day or overnight trip of length 18 km.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Silver River and Tusket River. South Carrying Road Lake to Kemptville road. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Digby.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 72 at source.
Ed note: Watch out for falls.
Route description: South Carrying Road Lake, Middle Carrying Road Lake, North Carrying Road Lake, Barrio Lake (corner), Silver River, Barn Brook confluence and start of the Tusket River, ... , Acies Stillwater, ..., Death Meadow, ... , Kemptville road.
“Main bodies of water: South, Middle and North Carrying Road Lakes, Silver River and the Tusket
River.”
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Sissiboo River and Shelburne River. Lake Joli to Kejimkujik Lake or Lake Rossignol. Online, Guide.
Counties: Digby and Shelburne.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Nova Scotia Forum.
Ed note: Listed also in the Fundy region.
Author: jdripley.
Route description: Lake Joli, Ninth Lake, Eighth Lake, Seventh Lake, Sixth Lake, Sissiboo River, Daniels Brook confluence, Cranberry Brook confluence, extreme southeast corner of Fifth Lake Flowage, Whitesand Stream, Whitesand Lake, Moosehead Stream, Loon Lake Stream confluence, Moosehead Lake, portage to Shelburne River, Sand Beach Lake, Beverley Lake, Granite Lake, Granite Lake Falls, Pebbleloggitch Stillwater, Pebbleloggitch Lake, Peskawa Lake, Poison Ivy Falls, Peskowesk Lake, Cobrielle Brook, Cobrielle Lake, Puzzle Lake, North Cranberry Lake, Kejimkujik Lake, Jakes Landing.
Alternate exit 1: Turn right on entering Kejimkujik Lake, pass through George Lake and take out by the bridge over the Mersey River.
Alternate exit 2: From Peskowesk Lake, paddle down Peskowesk Brook to the Mersey River, turn left on entering Lake Rossignol Reservoir and take out at Low Landing.
Title at source: Sissiboo River, Shelburne River to Lake Rossignol
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 20&t=34684
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

St Croix to Dauphinees Mill Lake; via Panuke Lake and Westhaver Lake. Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Hants, Halifax and Lunenburg.
Ed note: Posted also in the Fundy region.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 68 at source. Title at source: Panuke Lake.
Route description (can be done in reverse): St Croix (Hants County), St Croix River, Panuke Lake (Hants & Halifax Counties), Indian Hill, Westhaver Deadwater, Westhaver Lake (Lunenburg County), Coolen Lake, Dauphinees Mill Lake (Lunenburg and Halifax Counties); exit.
Route number 68 at source. Title at source: Panuke Lake.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
Available also at
http://4323326313671936442-a-1802744773 ... vGRw%3D%3D
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ten Mile Lake. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens; near Milton.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 83 of 85.
Route description: Day trip of length 10 km.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/lake_rts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Information.
Ed note: The area lies within five counties: Annapolis (small piece), Digby, Queens, Yarmouth and Shelburne.
http://www.publicland.ca/tobeatic.html
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nse/protectedareas/wa_tobeatic.asp
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nse/protectedareas ... de_Map.pdf
http://www.tobeaticwilderness.ca/archiv ... tions.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobeatic_Game_Reserve
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Online, Notes.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 88 at source.
Content: General comments only.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Andy Smith.
Ed note: As I read the chapter, the author describes three routes to Junction Lake on the Roseway River, and then goes on to describe the Roseway River itself.
Route description 1, “Keji-Junction Lake” route: Kejimkujik Lake (Kejimkujik National Park; see map in the corresponding entry), Peskowesk Lake, Poison Ivy Falls, Peskawa Lake, Pebbleloggitch Lake and Stillwater, Shelburne River, Irving Lake, Siskech Brook and Lake, House Lake, Junction Lake and Roseway River.
Route description 2, “Whitesand” route: Sissiboo River, Fifth Lake Flowage, Whitesand Stream, Whitesand Lake, Moosehead Stream, Moosehead (Moosehide at Toporama, likely wrong) Lake, 3-km portage, Sand Beach Lake and Shelburne River, Beverley Lake, Granite Lake, Granite Lake Falls, Pebbleloggitch Stillwater, Junction Lake and Roseway River.
Route description 3, “Sporting Lake” route: Sissiboo River, Fifth Lake Flowage, Sporting Lake Stream, Rush Lake, Sporting Lake, Oakland Lake, East Cranberry Lake, Clearwater Lake, Buckshot Lake and Shelburne River, Stony Ditch Lake, Pine Lake, Sand Beach Lake; continue to Junction Lake as described in Route 2,
Route description 4, Roseway River: Junction Lake, Halfmoon Lake, Grass Lake, Roseway Lake (access to Jordan River and on to Jordan Falls), Mink Lake, Skudiak Lake, Moose Lake, Bluffhill Lake, Crain Lake, DeMoliter Lake, McGill Lake, Whetstone Lake, Upset Falls and take-out.
Title at source: Tobeatic: Mystique and Mystery.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Sporting Lake Stream to Lake Rossignol. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canoë/Kayak New Brunswick.
Author: mitchell.
Route description: Fourth Lake Dam, Sporting Lake Stream, Rush Lake, Sporting Lake, East Cranberry Lake, Clearwater Lake, Buckshot Lake, Shelburne River, Stony Ditch Lake, Pine Lake, Sand Beach Lake, Beverly Lake, Granite Lake, Granite Falls, Pebbleloggitch Lake, Irving Lake, Sand Lake, Pollards Falls, Kempton Falls, Lake Rossignol, Low Landing.
Title at source: Tobeatic 2012.
CKNB thread.
http://canoenb.proboards.com/index.cgi? ... thread=916
Report.
http://paddlenb.wordpress.com/
Photos.
https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=A9032F5E ... &sc=photos
https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=a9032f5e ... &sc=photos
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Silvery Lake to Boundary Rock; return. Online, Notes, Photos.
Sources: Private site and Canadian Canoe Routes, Nova Scotia Forum.
Author: Canoe Shelburne.
Route description: Silvery Lake, Roseway Lake, Grass Lake, Halfmoon Lake, Junction Lake; hike to the rock; return.
Title at source: Journey to Boundary Rock.
Report:
http://www.canoeshelburne.com/blogs/can ... -blog.html
CCR thread:
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 20&t=40757
Ed note: The link given in the CCR post is dead, use the one above.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tusket River. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tusket_River
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tusket River. Kemptville to Gavelton. Online, Notes, Map.
County: Yarmouth.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 90 at source.
Ed note: Some major whitewater.
Route description: Kemptville, Tusket River and Pearl Lake, significant whitewater, Third Lake, Franks Eddy, Gillfillan Lake, Lac de l’Ecole, Quinan, Gridiron Falls, Wilsons Lake, Bennetts Lake, Kings Lake, Gavels Lake and Gavelton.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wentworth River and Carleton River, to Gavelton. Online, Notes, Map.
Counties: Digby and Yarmouth.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, South Shore region.
Route number 89 at source. Title at source: Carleton River.
Route description: Bridge (likely the one west of Corberrie, below Firman Lake) on the Wentworth River, Wentworth Lake, Little Wentworth Lake, Privilege Lake, Carleton River (start), Parr Lake and Forest Glen, Ogden Lake, Rounding Lake, The Gulch, Lake Fanning, Carleton, Carleton Lake (at Toporama?), Raynards Lake, Lake Vaughan, Gavelton.
Page 14/25.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wentworth Lake. Online, Notes.
County: Digby.
Source: Canoe Kayak Routes of Nova Scotia, Valley region.
Route number 74 at source.
Route description: Day trip on the lake.
http://ckns.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/ ... routes.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wildcat River. Online, Guide, Map.
County: Queens.
Source: Masson, Sheena. Paddle Lunenburg-Queens. An Adventure Guide for Canoeists and Kayakers.
Page 131 of 134.
Route description: Molega Lake, Taits Run and dam, Hog Lake, Gloades Falls, Wildcat Falls, Medway River junction. Alternate start from Pleasant Lake.
http://www.trails.gov.ns.ca/canoe/book/ ... ts_fin.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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Another post grew to more than 60,000 characters and had to be split.
Southwest / South Shore Coastal Routes are posted at
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 19&t=40668

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