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White Bear Forest Canoe Loop


The White Bear Forest takes its name from the last chief of the Teme augama Anishnabai tribe before the arrival of Europeans to this area. since the 19th century, when Chief White Bear and his family used this forest as part of their hunting and trapping grounds, humans have done little to change this landscape.

Boaters should pay special attention when approaching the access point opposite Pecore's Bay as there are several cut stumps below the waterline that may upset your motor. This is a pleasant half-day trip by canoe, that start in the town of Temagami and circles around the White Bear Forest Reserve. Paddlers have the option of exploring some of the hiking trails that pass through the reserves' old growth pine stands.

Information provided by the White Bear Forest website and the book to 'Discovering Wild Temiskaming' by Murray and Vicky Muir.



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