112. We didn’t realize that at first though. Algonquin Autumn Trip report – Big Trout Lake Loop September 22-26, 2014 Looking for a late September trip as I usually do, myself and Pete decided upon a loop kayak trip in Algonquin, starting from Canoe Lake to Big Trout Lake – a well known and traveled route by many. It was small, with maybe enough room for a couple of tents. Here you can purchase backcountry permits, maps, and equipment rentals, as well as gather local knowledge before your journey. I guess it’d be kind of like paddling into a horror movie if you’re a tree, but for a human it makes for a scenic paddle as you cross the water. Page 1 of 2 [ 19 posts ] Go to page 1, 2 Next Previous topic | Next topic : Author Message; Drox Post subject: Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. The crystal clear lakes and dense green forests are the most gorgeous scenery. Avis (155) Photos (184) Enregistrements (123) Terminé (286) Linda Lehmann. It was a really fun trip, despite the crowds and a paddle that decided to take early retirement on Grassy Bay. White Trout 126. Shirley Lake 113. Home. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. It was a good trip, we did the popular Big Trout Lake loop. The Big Trout Lake loop is a popular canoe route, starting from Canoe Lake on Highway #60. Météo. We did our best to get over quickly, then loaded up and set off for what felt like the true start of the trip. Algonquin Adventures is an information resource and online community for Algonquin Park campers, canoeists, hikers and naturalists. Big Trout Revisited After 40+ Years By Randy Born This a trip log is about our (Randy Born and Robert McRae) 7 day trip from August 23 to 29, 2017. That … uh … well that didn’t work out so well. I usually go in more secluded areas but I wanted to see what the attraction was all about. I have to say, I’m glad we stopped. Algonquin Park is home to one the best trout fisheries in Canada. It was a perfect tailwind given the direction we were going. View unanswered posts | View active topics View unread posts | View new posts | View your posts. Fortunately, we had a roaring fire. As far as sites go, this one was pretty basic. Next thing we knew we had paddled out of the narrows onto Tom Thomson and into the teeth of a pretty sucktacular headwind (well, more like a sideheadwind. There was an honest to God line up just to get out at the portage and, somehow, it was even busier on the Joe Lake side. Posted: September 6th, 2006, 7:53 pm . Here’s the video from our six day trip in Algonquin. The problem is, if you haven’t planned your trip months in advance, a lot of those routes might already be booked up. Copyright © trailpeak.com & trailpeak.ca 2020. On our last two trips in Algonquin we started from the north, our first from Kiosk, while the other was from Brent. Posted by 3 hours ago. There are a few tent spot options, and the site becomes more sheltered as it backs into the trees. Wet Lake 121. I had no desire to actually get out of the boat and drag over the dam (I didn’t want to give the beavers the satisfaction) so we decided to turn the dial up to ramming speed and try to get across based on momentum alone. This was the start of a long stretch of paddling interrupted every once in a while by cloud bursts that would leave us incrementally more drenched than we had been a few minutes earlier. Beaver Pond is a great kid-friendly trail in Algonquin Park. Just before you get to that marshy area there is a beaver dam that kind of marks the exit; a final speed bump to slow you down before 15 kilometres of relatively obstruction free paddling. We have heard a few conflicting accounts of the fishing here. I landed in about two feet of water and narrowly missed smacking my head on the side of the other canoe (which still gives me the shivers when I think about it. I couldn’t even touch bottom, which made the prospect of finding a small, mostly black piece of electronics very unlikely. There are no words for how excited I was. Seeing Algonquin Park. Close. Every time I pass through there I tell myself that next time I’m going to stop and climb them. 112. Depends on how much you’ve angered the Weather Gods that year). It can also be a fairly technical portage, depending on how determined you are to keep your shoes out of the muck. That said, if you head up during the spring or in my case late September, chances are you won't run into many out there. The Canoe Lake-Big Trout-Canoe Lake loop I will describe is one that I've completed over a dozen times. Lots of wildlife. Le sentier vous offrira la possibilité d'observer la faune et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Re: Big Trout Loop (sort of) Just read the full thing - such an unfortunate (and like you said, expensive) series of events that day! We woke up the next morning to a pretty strong wind blowing out of the west. About ten minutes after making that decision the rain started to fall and lightning flashed to the north. As a result, there was firewood everywhere. Total Portage Distance: 218.915KM One minute I was moving towards the bow of the boat, the next I was falling backwards out of the canoe with the grace and style of a drunk elephant. LAKE TROUT Caught Kept Total Number of BROOK TROUT Caught Kept May May 2 4 5 3 3 3 7 3 4 4.5 2 0 11 10 6 4 “ Lavieille L. Crooked Big Crow 2 Lake fished No. 78 kms 1 day11hours moderate Canoeing Summer, Fall, Spring Algonquin Park, ON. We passed under the cliffs and I once again promised myself that next time I’d climb them. Page 1 of 2 [ 19 posts ] Go to page 1, 2 Next Previous topic | Next topic : Author Message; Drox Post subject: Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Norm's Lake 122. Algonquin Park, Lake Opeongo access point. Big Trout Loop Big Trout Loop near Algonquin Park, ON Print page Email to a friend + to Wishlist I've done this Group trip Other Users. https://allofalgonquin.com. The route meanders through the lily pads and there’s some great scenery as you go. It offers a breathtaking view of the sunset, with a backdrop of scattered islands in front of the site. Launched at Canoe Lake about 11:30. 6 Day solo paddle in Algonquin Park / Big Trout Loop Access point - Canoe Lake September 2014 2,254. (whindy section) Portage 9 Otterslide Cr. I think I may have paddled through it in 1999, but as with most of my memories from the days of the Willenium, that part’s a bit hazy. Algonquin - Big Trout Loop (sort of) 09-17-2020, 09:08 PM. It is one of the routes described in our sample canoe trip page, only done in reverse order. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. It was at this point that I realized that the life jacket I had brought for myself must have been made in the early 90s and probably would have fit me better back then as well. Ontario Fish ON-Line. Along the way I showed Mark various places where I had seen wildlife in previous trips, because as everyone knows the only thing better than seeing a moose for yourself is having someone tell you about the time they saw a moose. We were strong enough paddlers, right? Or, more accurately, they sink like $400.00 pieces of very sophisticated communication equipment made out of heavier than water materials. Hey everyone, I did a four day trip up to Big Trout over the long weekend. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée, la marche et la course à pied et sa meilleure utilisation est de avril à octobre. The Canoe Lake-Big Trout-Canoe Lake loop I will describe is one that I've completed over a dozen times. After the dumping we realized that the site wasn’t going to let us go and gave up on our quest for better digs. Like stones. It was a pretty quick trip and before long we were passing the Potter Creek/Joe Lake sign. We pushed off onto McIntosh and almost immediately went from pushing off to being pushed across the lake by the wind. Day 1: Canoe Lake Portage 1 Joe & Little Joe Lake Day 2: Portage 3 Baby Joe Lake Portage 4 Burnt Island Lake Portage 5 Otterslide Lake Day 3: Portage 6 Otterslide Cr. The creek empties into McIntosh (or maybe McIntosh empties into the creek, I’m not a lakeologist). In the end, I actually really liked the site! To be honest, I don’t remember much about this portage, or the 745 meter one that came shortly afterwards. 9 comments. I visited Campsite #11 on Big Trout Lake in Algonquin Park in September 2020. 6 Day solo paddle in Algonquin Park / Big Trout Loop Access point - Canoe Lake September 2014 New water or not, it’s a pretty spot. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. A good fire pit with plenty of seating, flat tent spots nearby, and a sitting rock within the site that faces west to watch the sunset. Menu Home; Trip Report Archive; Campsite Reports; FAQAA – Frequently Asked Questions About Algonquin; The Count; Trails and Hikes; About; Contact; In The Media; Instagram; Twitter; September 16, 2020 100lakesin100days 2 Comments on Big Trout Loop Parabola – Part 2. 13 octobre 2020. As we crossed the southern shoreline, we noticed it was unoccupied! Skip to content. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. We ended up on an island site just south of the narrows. Re: Big Trout Loop (sort of) Just read the full thing - such an unfortunate (and like you said, expensive) series of events that day! Joining Dan, Gordon and me for our trip this year was our buddy Mark who was getting an introduction to both back country tripping and to my somewhat overly ambitious style of route planning (it’s amazing how much closer together things look on a map than they are in real life). Big Trout Lake Algonquin Park. From there we paddled and portaged all the way out to Big Trout Lake for night 2. It was a really fun trip, despite the crowds and a paddle that decided to take early retirement on Grassy Bay. I had my trusty Swift Winisk and together we made pretty good time heading north through Tepee, Fawn and Little Doe. Five gorgeous days on the Big Trout Lake Loop. Total Number of Trips: 33. Algonquin Provincial Park: Big Trout Lake Loop from Kiosk: September 7th - September 19th, 2019 Portage signs in Algonquin Provincial Park are bright yellow. However, as I was stepping into the canoe, which is a thing I have done literally thousands of times without falling overboard, I somehow managed to do exactly that. We left the access point at around 10:30 on the Friday morning. There’s some nice scenery, but by this point I wanted to be out on open water and I didn’t have much patience for the twists and turns you find along a creek. Algonquin Provincial Park: Big Trout Lake Loop from Kiosk: September 7th - September 19th, 2019 Portage signs in Algonquin Provincial Park are bright yellow. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Five gorgeous days on the Big Trout Lake Loop. Let’s start with the positives first: uh … well … it ends? It’s such a cool, big lake. Naturally reproducing native lake trout and brook trout thrive in its clear, cold, deep water, low-nutrient lakes and streams that have been protected from development for over 100 years. Day 1 = Red (A); Day 2 = Yellow (B); Day 3 = Green (C); Day 4 = Blue (D) It turns out that this both ridiculous looking and not the most efficient way to move a canoe forward. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Total Number of Portages: 322 The text below is from Bob and Diana's trip notes with only minor copy editing, while the figure captions (and other italicized copy) are current commentary. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #12. Canada Jay Lake 123. Posted by 1 year ago. Posted by 3 hours ago. Ink’s a cool little lake. Algonquin Autumn Trip report – Big Trout Lake Loop September 22-26, 2014 Looking for a late September trip as I usually do, myself and Pete decided upon a loop kayak trip in Algonquin, starting from Canoe Lake to Big Trout Lake – a well known and traveled route by many. The loop begins and ends at Canoe Lake Access Point. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. It was slow going, but eventually we made it across the south part of the lake and into the more sheltered northern half. steff w. 5 octobre 2020. Big Trout 127. Turns out that wonderful tail wind from McIntosh was also blowing in a pretty impressive storm system. Joined: September 6th, 2006, 7:48 pm Posts: 14 Location: Whitby, Ontario, Canada Big Trout Lake – Campsite #12. Grassy Bay 125. 97% Upvoted. Here’s the thing about In Reach communicators that I already knew but only really processed in the seconds after I watched them go over: those bad boys don’t float. I don’t know what to say about this portage that is printable in a family friendly blog post (although I think I probably lost the “family friendly” designation about 25 reports ago). I’m just glad it wasn’t snowing. McIntosh was another new lake. 4 thoughts on “ Big Trout Loop Parabola – Part 1 ” Pingback: Big Trout Loop Parabola ... White Trout 126. Not the scenery part, that was indeed great. Dan and I were paddling together and it didn’t feel like long at all before we were pulling up to the first of our two portages of the day, a 510 metre carry onto McIntosh Creek. 99% Upvoted. I can see why it’s so popular! After stroke number two I was feeling great. It had both sunset and sunrise views, and plenty of flat ground for tents. ( Log Out / Dove Lake 117. At one point an eagle flew across the water in front of us then landed in a nearby tree. Algonquin Canoe Trip, Algonquin Park, Big Trout Lake. Opeongo-Big Crow-Hogan-Red Pine-Big Trout-Happy Isle Loop June 27 to July 4, 2015 - By Cobi Sharpe There was a persistent wind and, well, it’s September in Ontario. All of Algonquin. Archived. After a quick conference that was basically just me verbalizing the train of ohshits that had been running through my head, we decided we’d take turns soloing for now and try to figure out a longer term solution as we went. Friends of Algonquin Shrew Lake 116. Robin Lake 119. Sam. The last thing I wanted was to be stuck in the middle of the water with a storm coming in. The scenery was pretty nice along the paths, particularly the 730 metre carry that follows beside the creek for a while. Winners of season four of the TV survival show Alone, Jim and Ted are expert paddlers, experienced outdoorsmen and accomplished anglers. DSC04739.JPG by suits 6/29/2019. I’m pretty sure that between the broken paddle and the lost communicator, this ended up being the most expensive day of trip I’ve ever had. Catfish Lake I was looking forward to the trip, thinking that despite the distance, it would be a nice, easy paddle through some great scenery. As a spot for eight people and four tents, which was the size of the group we passed a little later who were heading for that site, it would be super cozy in the same sense that being stuffed into a locker with the rest of the D&D club would be cozy. This was, of course, wrong. PaPaddler. Seeing Algonquin Park. Some day I’ll be telling myself the truth. The storm never got anywhere near what we dealt with in July, but it certainly felt much better to be sitting under the wide branches of a large pine, watching the rain and enjoying a hot lunch than it would have been to be out on the water. Regardless, it had the most important quality I look for in a site in that it was free, so we took it and got ourselves set up for the night. The terrain is constantly rising and falling. On the bright side, the trail is pretty clear and easy to follow! Whichever direction it was, it sucked). Which makes the near head injury, multiple dumpings and lost equipment seem slightly unnecessary. Lake Information; Trip Reports; Campsites; Portages; Fish; Photos; You can click on the campsites, portages, and lakes on the map to go to their respective pages. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. Uh…two boats and no spare paddles? Trip report is up now. save hide report. We took a break in the lee of one of the points on the north shore, then pushed on again. We were making great time and I said as much as we passed through the dam. Robin Lake 119. I probably would have appreciated it more if the eagle had been carrying a new paddle for us, like some kind of canoe trip Harry Potter delivery owl, but still it was pretty awesome. Here’s the video from our six day trip in Algonquin. Red Pine Bay 129. This site is decently sized and offers everything you’d need. Em Reiter . Sunbeam and White Trout are nicer lakes with better campsites... but that's obviously a … The small gravel beach at the front of the site is good for both loading and involuntarily unloading, and it also makes for a nice swim/In Reach search and rescue entry. Algonquin - Big Trout Loop (sort of) 09-17-2020, 09:08 PM. It was a good trip, we did the popular Big Trout Lake loop. The trip was to be a total of 4 days and 3 nights. Burntroot Lake 130. The bad news was that we weren’t the only ones who did. One of many island sites on Big Trout Lake in Algonquin. One lake at a time. This is a great spot to filter water since the lake is at the highest point in the Algonquin watershed and doesn't receive any water flow from rivers or streams. State/Province: ON. Big Trout Lake Loop is a multi-day route intended for experienced paddlers. FAQ Search: Last visit was: less than a minute ago: It is currently November 13th, 2020, 3:32 pm: Board index » Canadian Route Forums & Resources » Ontario » Ontario Discussion & Resources. From there you could watch the sun go down behind the trees and, if you were wearing enough layers, watch the stars coming out as well. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #26. Hawkins Lake 124. Sunfish Lake 132. Just past the portage that leads down to Hawkins Lake we realized that the day had gotten somewhat darker than it should be given that it was noon and not dusk. Booking a trip over any long weekend can be an exercise in frustration. White Trout 126. Like most sites on Big Trout, this campsite has a good fire pit with plenty of flat benches surrounding it. Shrew Lake 116. A good fire pit with plenty of seating, flat tent spots nearby, and a sitting rock within the site that faces west to watch the … I put this as moderate difficulty due to the length, as well as there are a couple big lakes which can be a little intimidating to beginner canoeists in bad weather. But that’s where we were: looking at another 40 kilometres or so of travel with fewer paddles than people and wouldn’t you know it I’d left all my paddle whittling materials at home. Longer Lake 128. Seeing Algonquin Park. Well, until there was an incident. After the first stroke I was feeling pretty good. Perley Lake 131. 14 Sep 2020 by algonquinbeyond. It started at the Portage Store on Canoe Lake, went to Burnt Island Lake, up to Big Trout Lake, over to McIntosh Lake and then back to the Portage Store through Tom Thomson Lake. I fell ass backwards, there would have been a lot of momentum working against me if I’d hit my head). Big Trout Loop near Algonquin Park, ON. Dan had brought along a pocket chain saw which did an awesome job of cutting up some bigger logs we found back (way back) of the site. You know when the portage has a nickname, in the case "Unicorn Hill", it's gonna be a doozey! Right!? There are longer or shorter trips that can start in the same area, so get creative and draft a … It rained on us on Grassy Bay, it rained on us on White Trout and then it super rained on us as we were paddling through the narrows that connect White Trout to Big Trout. Ask a question. Randonnée. That said, if you head up during the spring or in my case late September, chances are you won't run into many out there. Once we were on the water the crowds melted away. Breaking/losing my paddle while solo is one of my biggest Algonquin … As I was drifting off I remember thinking about the next day’s route, a 20 KM (ish) paddling day over to Big Trout. Portage 8 Otterslide Cr. 14 octobre 2020. Please login and have credits (add 1 to get 3) or be a subscriber in order to download GPS. anacondatm. Somewhere about halfway up Big Trout I handed the unbroken paddle to Dan and started paddling with the blade of my broken paddle. By the time I crawled into my tent I was both toasty warm and freezing cold, depending on which side of me had been facing the fire. PaPaddler. It’s dotted with little islands that somehow turn the view from generic Algonquin into something special. There aren’t too many twists and turns and the scenery along the way is quite pretty. I could try and make this breach of campsite etiquette seem less egregious by saying that we left some cut wood for the next users of the site we were stealing it from, but then I’d be both a liar and a wood thief, so let’s just move on. Of the three trips, one is a short, easy trip, with the other two being longer more difficult trips. With my large groups I do the route in 3.5 days, and 3 nights as described below. Big Trout Lake Algonquin Park. This mid-length canoe trip will take you deeper into the backcountry of Algonquin Park, where you’ll spend several days canoeing to new campsites on different lakes each night. Indice UV. Before long we had reached the dam between Little Doe and Tom Thomson. This is a chance to take an extended weekend trip through beautiful lakes in the Algonquin Provincial Park! 3 months ago. Total Number of Lakes Paddled: 355 Algonquin Provincial Park is home to 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes and portages. Other than that, it’s a pretty great spot to sit back, dry off and beat the pants off of Gordon and Mark at Euchre. When the dust had settled I had permits for McIntosh, Big Trout and Otterslide. 1/7. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. I immediately flashed back to July’s Kiosk debacle. The waves were decently high and rolling towards us from the other end of the lake. Slightly. Portage 10 Big Trout Lake Day 4: Trout Lake McIntosh Marsh (whindy section) Portage 11 McIntosh Creek Portage 12 McIntosh Lake Day 5: Ink Lake Portage 13 Tom Thomson Lake Littledoe Lake Little Oxtongue River Tepee Lake Joe Lake Portage 14 Canoe Lake. This wasn’t a problem. This is a nice paddle as well. You were on macintosh as an eight year old. Remember earlier when I said we had gotten the lift so we could get a jump on the day and the crowds? At first it was going to be Gordon and I who went for the paddle. The worst of the storm eventually passed, leaving a patchwork of blue sky and dark cloud overhead. And, once you’re sufficiently inspired by what you’ve read at all these sites, here’s where you go to book your next trip: Coming through the beaver dam into Tom Thomson, FAQAA – Frequently Asked Questions About Algonquin, Big Trout Loop Parabola – Part 2 – All of Algonquin. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. Seems like a learning opportunity! I tried diving for it but the bottom drops off pretty quickly where the boat had dumped and I’m a terrible duck diver. We pulled up to the site as sky opened up and did the only reasonable thing we could under the circumstances: we made lunch. I dunno. 22. The plan: water taxi to the north end of Opeongo, then a loop through some of the big lakes. To see the portage on a fully interactive map, click on the "View on Interactive Map" link found below. One lake at a time. I know it's the classic loop to go through Burnt Island and the Otterslides, but personally I would do something like: Canoe > Sunbeam > White Trout > Big Trout x2 > McIntosh > Canoe. Apart from the wind the weather wasn’t bad, and we were close to shore, so it didn’t feel like we were in any particular danger even if we did dump. Page 2 of 2 [ 19 posts ] Go to page Previous 1, 2 Previous topic | Next topic : Author Message; Drox Post subject: Posted: September 8th, 2006, 5:39 pm . It was a relief to get to the 350m portage into Longer Lake and out of the wind. The lake is by far, one of the most popular but has so many campsites available it rarely feels crowded. This was a new lake for me, and I was pretty happy to be checking another one off the list as it has been a bit of a light summer in that respect. There are a few tent spot options, and the site becomes more sheltered as it backs into the trees. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. As far as sites go, I’d say this one is solidly average. The wind on Tom Thomson reacted to this news with an “Oh, you think so do you?” and a raised middle finger. Longer Lake 128. Unfortunately for us, the other end of the lake is where we had to be, so we gritted our teeth, stuck close to shore, and started paddling. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #12 This site is decently sized and offers everything you’d need. We piled our gear into the boat, balanced a couple of canoes precariously across the gunnels and set off for the north end of Canoe Lake. Post Mar 25, 2013 #7 2013-03-25T11:50. Wet Lake 121. Introduction: My first backcountry trip in Algonquin for years and add to that a 3750m portage and you have one heck of a story! Wiki Update Review. All of Algonquin. In fact, the Portage Store’s website shows it as a virtual canoe trip route, and it is in Kevin Callan’s books as well. The text below is from Bob and Diana's trip notes with only minor copy editing, while the figure captions (and other italicized copy) are current commentary. A description with photos of a four night canoe trip out of Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park, passing through Tom Thomson Lake, Misty Lake, Big Trout Lake and Burnt Island Lake. And it was just sitting out there, waiting for me. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. We backed up so that we’d have a good running start, waited until Gordon and Mark were clear on the other side of the dam, then started paddling. You know when the portage has a nickname, in the case "Unicorn Hill", it's gonna be a doozey! and the cliffs on the eastern shore are incredible. Algonquin Big Trout Lake Loop (Video) Video September 7, 2020 Hank Meyer Leave a comment. View topic - Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Hey all, I'm starting to plan a trip for May 2021 and had a few questions about the Big Bob - Rosebary loop through the Tim Lake access point. 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