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About the Trail

The 160 km Maukinak (Turtle) Trail segment joins the Quetico Trail to the south, and the Migizi Trail segment to the northwest.
Providing canoeing and back country camping the trail passes through 493 km via Turtle River-White Otter Lake Provincial Park and joins Dryden and Atikokan.
The Dryden segment travels through a series of smaller lakes, to the south including runs from Long Lake through Stormy to Katisha, Thundercloud and Kennewapekko to Taylor, Rattlesnake Creek, Upper Manitou, Harper, Kekekwa Lake & Creek to Eagle, with a spur to Dryden via Ingall, Dore and Trap Lakes.

Trail Conditions

Always check with local contacts, provincial parks, and weather reports to confirm conditions.

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About the Trail
Trail Conditions

Trip Planning Resources

Trip Planning Resources

Digital Maps



National Topographic System Maps

Browse a listing of the National Topographic System Maps that cover the Path of the Paddle route. These paper maps are available at over 900 private dealers across Canada (per Government of Canada).

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