Truly in the back country, the calm waters of Wren Lake make both long and short paddling excursions equally enjoyable. Most people undertake a 15km trip over 3-4 days, camping at night in the forested area that surrounds the lakes.
This route starts at Wren Lake, then follows the Black River to Raven Lake, Gun Lake, Ernest Lake, Herb Lake, Knife Lake, Jean Lake, Mooney Lake, and finally Hosiery Lake. Long portages will be required, including one of more than 1291m.
The water level can become extremely low during the dry months, but should not have much of an effect on your experience.
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