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Friday, October 4th, 2019 . . . . .

Chris Taylor has made eight new submissions to the "Portage and Campsite Inventory".

Campsite 4 on the Amable du Fond R.     Portage 265m on the Amable du Fond R.     Portage 310m on the Amable du Fond R.    
Campsite 4 on Mangotasi Lake     Portage 1355m on the Amable du Fond R.     Portage 455m between Manitou and North Tea.    
Campsite 2 on North Tea Lake     Portage 585m between Manitou and North Tea.    

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 . . . . .

Cody Stein (aka "trippythings" on the forum) has produced an excellent video of a six-day solo canoe loop-trip he took through Misty, White Trout, and McIntosh Lakes ... 6 Days Solo in Algonquin | Misty, White Trout, McIntosh Loop

"Here's a video I made from my 6 day solo trip last week. I started at Mag and went through the Pet to Misty, White Trout, McIntosh, and then back to Mag. The trip was cut short from my initial plan of 8 days, but it was still an amazing trip. Full written trip report will be on my site ( Algonquin & Beyond ) hopefully in the next few days."

Friday, September 6th, 2019 . . . . .

Paul Agostini has added a very well-photographed campsite report to the PCI project ... CS. 1 on Galeairy Lake

"The campsite was well maintained and spacious. Northwest wind funnels over canoe landing and firepit, helping clear bugs. Rest of the campsite was blocked from the wind by the trees. Firewood could be found on the island and nearby area. Lots of spaced-out trees to tie tarps, clothes line and hammock. Lots of trails to explore and access shore-fishing. Lots of sun from noon to evening."

Thursday, September 5th, 2019 . . . . .

Paolo (forum handle: "Scratchypants") has added two campsite reports and two portage reports to the PCI project.

CS. 1 on Pinetree Lake         CS. 1 on Sylvia Lake
Portage 1825m Pinetree To Fraser     Portage 485m Fraser To Sylvia    

Thursday, August 8th, 2019 . . . . .

Drew (forum handle: "AlgonquinLakes") has added six campsite reports to his "All Of Algonquin" website. These links to Drew's reports are incorporated into this website's Portage and Campsite Inventory Project.

Check out his website's associated trip-log "A Night On Tom Thomson".

CS. 12 on Joe Lake Western Narrows         CS. 1 on Littledoe Lake CS. 2 on Littledoe Lake
CS. 1 on Tom Thomson Lake     CS. 8 on Tom Thomson Lake     CS. 10 on Tom Thomson Lake    

Tuesday, July 23th, 2019 . . . . .

Evan Briden (and his friends Ryan and Rich) headed out of Kiosk over the May long weekend, tackling a pretty strenuous four day loop trip to the Birchcliffe Cabin. This month, he completed production of his fourth and final YouTube video installment of that trip. Here are the individual links to the four installments ...

"Day 1 - 4 Day Birchcliffe Cabin Loop"     "Day 2 - 4 Day Birchcliffe Cabin Loop"
"Day 3 - 4 Day Birchcliffe Cabin Loop"     "Day 4 - 4 Day Birchcliffe Cabin Loop"

"Thankfully the wind was at our back on the big lakes, as this day ended up being quite windy and those lakes really kicked up. A few tense moments on the crossings, but we all made it out safe and sound and pretty exhausted."

Thursday, June 20th, 2019 . . . . .

Drew (forum handle: "AlgonquinLakes") has added his "To Manitou Lake and Back Again" first trip of the year to his "All Of Algonquin" website.

"It was even windier on the return trip across Manitou than it had been the day before. At least this time we had the wind behind us, but that didn’t help all that much as one of the consequences of hugging the shoreline is that we spent a decent amount of time paddling sideways to the waves."

He's also added eleven more of his Campsite Reports, the links to which have been incorporated into this website's own Portage Campsite Inventory project.

Monday, May 20th, 2019 . . . . .

Over this past month, Cody Stein (AKA 'trippythings') has been busy publishing more campsite reports over on his website "Algonquin & Beyond".

The links to 30 more of his Campsite Reports have just been incorporated into this website's Portage Campsite Inventory project

Friday, April 20th, 2019 . . . . .

Don't forget to reference the AFA 2019-2020 Schedule of Operations Map before planning this year's canoe trips.

Keeping a distance away from the logging noise of the AFA's cutting & hauling can vastly improve your tripping experience!

The PDF map file can be downloaded at .. http://algonquinforestry.on.ca/wp-content/uploads/AWS_Webmap.pdf

Sunday, April 14th, 2019 . . . . .

Cody Stein (AKA 'trippythings' over on the forum) has created a very well designed and photo-rich website .."Algonquin & Beyond" documenting his Algonquin Trip and Campsite Reports.

Links to his Campsite Reports have been incorporated into this website's Portage Campsite Inventory project, adding substantially to its linked content.

"In 2014, I decided to do something way out of my comfort zone and go on a trip by myself. My first solo canoe trip. .... with each passing year I try and spend more time in the backcountry, more time exploring Algonquin Park, and more time immersed in this beautiful park that we’re so privileged to have in Ontario’s backyard."