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St.Nora Lake Canoe Route


There are two main paddling routes on Lake St. Nora: the Sherborne Loop and the Wren Route. The former is a 22km excursion that often takes the better part of two days to complete. The latter is only half that distance and can be completed in a solid day’s effort. Portions of the route can be busy with fishermen and cottages, but it is unlikely that they'll have much of an impact on your enjoyment of the lake.



This begins at the Leslie Frost Centre, and crosses St. Nora Lake to the portage to Sherbrooke Lake. You must put in near the dam; use caution during periods of run-off. From Sherbrooke this route heads to Little Avery Lake, Bruin Lake, Raven Lake, and ends at the boat launch on Little Wren Lake on Highway 35. Note that this is more than 2-km from the Leslie Frost Centre, so you will have a short hike to retrieve your car. You will need to make eight portages on this route, the longest being 525m.



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