It was a really fun trip, despite the crowds and a paddle that decided to take early retirement on Grassy Bay. In mid-May, adventurer Jim Baird (pictured), his brother Ted and their friend Shawn James spent seven days paddling 120 kilometres in the backcountry of Algonquin Park, on the hunt for trophy brook trout. Big Trout Lake Loop is a multi-day route intended for experienced paddlers. I have done this canoe trip twice and absolutely love it! Algonquin Provincial Park is home to 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes and portages. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #12. It’s also fairly enclosed, meaning that it can feel a bit dim and once you’re on the site you kind of forget there’s this big, beautiful lake less than ten feet away. Red Pine Bay 129. Algonquin Adventures is an information resource and online community for Algonquin Park campers, canoeists, hikers and naturalists. New water or not, it’s a pretty spot. 99% Upvoted. share. The loop begins and ends at Canoe Lake Access Point. 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. 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. At first it was going to be Gordon and I who went for the paddle. We held another conference (two conferences in one day, who says you have to miss all the fun of being in the office when you’re out on a trip?) 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. save hide report. In fact, let’s just go out on a limb and say that working paddles are good on pretty much every kind of canoe trip. 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. So, instead of going out post long weekend we bit the bullet and planned our trip for Labour Day itself. It had both sunset and sunrise views, and plenty of flat ground for tents. 320. We were strong enough paddlers, right? Wiki Update Review. Big Red Lake 115. Wet Lake 121. Explore canoe trips, starting on Canoe Lake (Access point #5) and heading into the area north of the Portage Store. We basically started at Canoe Lake, moved up to McIntosh Lake for night 1. (Slide show with map, photos and text) (5.2) There and back: August 2 - 11, 1998 - to Otterslide Lake - Allan Drew's "Canoeing Ontario". Algonquin Park, Lake Opeongo access point. 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. It was small, with maybe enough room for a couple of tents. 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. The boat was picking up speed, we were slicing through the water and I’m pretty sure I could hear the dam whimpering in the face of our powerful approach. 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. Box three: well, are they super angry or just annoyed?”) we decided that it might be a good idea for a couple of us to hop back in the canoe and paddle to some of the nearby campsites to see if we could get something better. I visited Campsite #11 on Big Trout Lake in Algonquin Park in September 2020. Paddle Canoe Lake Loop in Algonquin. 4 thoughts on “ Big Trout Loop Parabola – Part 1 ” Pingback: Big Trout Loop Parabola ... White Trout 126. Or, more accurately, they sink like $400.00 pieces of very sophisticated communication equipment made out of heavier than water materials. You were on macintosh as an eight year old. It can take a leisurely 5 days, or as short as 2.5 days. 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. From here we would paddle the popular "Big Trout Lake Loop" counter clockwise. PaPaddler. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. 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. The only complaint I’d have is that the wind cuts through it and the fire pit is little more than a circle of rocks, meaning you’re not getting any reflected heat off of a high wall. What I like most about this site though, is the open spacious feeling throughout. There are longer or shorter trips that can start in the same area, so get creative and draft a … Don’t get me wrong, early September is a wonderful time to take a trip. Uh…two boats and no spare paddles? 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. Close. It can take a leisurely 5 days, or as short as 2.5 days. 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; Big Trout Loop. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Seems like fun--can't wait. save hide report. Every time I pass through there I tell myself that next time I’m going to stop and climb them. 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. Jeff’s Map 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. Shirley Lake 113. Hawkins Lake 124. Most of the trip reports/information I can find on this route are from 2018, and from what I've read the Little Nip between Big Bob and Grass Lake is pretty rough and choked out with Alders. 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. After the dumping we realized that the site wasn’t going to let us go and gave up on our quest for better digs. There aren’t too many twists and turns and the scenery along the way is quite pretty. 112. After the third stroke I was significantly less confident, partly because it’s only natural for some doubt to creep in about even the best laid plans but mostly because I was now holding half a paddle, as the blade had snapped off from the shaft mid stroke. Algonquin - Big Trout Loop (sort of) 09-17-2020, 09:08 PM. 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. Hell, you probably want a working paddle even if it’s a portage heavy trip. I eventually crawled into my tent to warm up and fell asleep wondering what fresh disasters adventures awaited us the next morning. This site is very exposed, but also very scenic. Indice UV. It’s too bad that I was so focused on the problem of the broken paddle at this point, because this is a lovely area to paddle. 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. Lots of wildlife. In between Big Trout and Otterslide is Otterslide Creek and five relatively easy portages. The worst of the storm eventually passed, leaving a patchwork of blue sky and dark cloud overhead. 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. Turns out that wonderful tail wind from McIntosh was also blowing in a pretty impressive storm system. We found a point site not far from Ink Creek on the east shore. 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. This trail consists of about 70km worth of paddling depending on where you camp, as well as about 7km of portage scattered through out the trip. 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. Merchant Lake is a large basin, remarkably different from any other lake in Algonquin. 1 Comment. Grassy Bay 125. 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. Burntroot Lake 130. View Linda's Recording. Fortunately, we had a roaring fire. 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. Ryan Lake 114. McIntosh marsh is an especially good place to see moose. On one of our portages from Big Trout Lake into Lake La Muir, a bull moose jumped out onto the path. The 1.8km portage to Big Trout Lake is located on the west shore at the top of the lake. We left the access point at around 10:30 on the Friday morning. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #12 This site is decently sized and offers everything you’d need. ( Log Out / It was a relief to get to the 350m portage into Longer Lake and out of the wind. ( Log Out / We pulled up to the site as sky opened up and did the only reasonable thing we could under the circumstances: we made lunch. 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. This thread is archived. 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. 6 Day solo paddle in Algonquin Park / Big Trout Loop Access point - Canoe Lake September 2014 It was a perfect tailwind given the direction we were going. It’s such a cool, big lake. Sunbeam and White Trout are nicer lakes with better campsites... but that's obviously a … 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. Longer Lake Rather than simply completing a loop trip back to Canoe Lake using Otterslide Creek, it is possible to head north from Big Trout Lake, following the Petawawa River deep into the interior of the park. save hide report. Canada Jay Lake 123. It offers a breathtaking view of the sunset, with a backdrop of scattered islands in front of the site. 13 octobre 2020. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #26. 1980 May 16. Dove Lake 117. 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. We took a break in the lee of one of the points on the north shore, then pushed on again. Five gorgeous days on the Big Trout Lake Loop. ( Log Out / Avis (155) Photos (184) Enregistrements (123) Terminé (286) Linda Lehmann. I’m not hating on Canoe Lake here. Like most sites on Big Trout, this campsite has a good fire pit with plenty of flat benches surrounding it. McKaskill Lake 118. View unanswered posts | View active topics View unread posts | View new posts | View your posts. At least, it’s a new lake for this century. Anyway my few cents from first spring fishing trip in Algonquin. The one great feature of the site was that because of its general unimpressiveness, it seems like it doesn’t get much traffic. Grassy Bay 125. We reached camp at 3:40. Algonquin Provincial Park: Big Trout Lake Loop from Kiosk: September 7th - September 19th, 2019 Portage signs in Algonquin Provincial Park are bright yellow. As I was drifting off I remember thinking about the next day’s route, a 20 KM (ish) paddling day over to Big Trout. The thought that I’d be able to fine-tune was wildly optimistic, as pretty much everything was already booked solid by the time I put the reservation in. Right!? Dove Lake 117. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #15 When getting to this site you can use the small rock outcrop as a canoe landing or the section just beside it, both of which are rather easily accessible. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #22. This time we began our trip from what may be the most popular launch in the whole park, Canoe Lake located right off the highway 60 corridor. I can see why it’s so popular! View Em's Recording. 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. The wind on Tom Thomson reacted to this news with an “Oh, you think so do you?” and a raised middle finger. The terrain is constantly rising and falling. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. 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. We did our best to get over quickly, then loaded up and set off for what felt like the true start of the trip. We ended up on an island site just south of the narrows. It takes 30 minutes at high speed to reach the north end. As soon as we realized our trip would involve both Labour Day and Canoe Lake I booked a three night placeholder loop with the intent of fine-tuning it later on. Sort by. Total Number of Portages: 322 For the past four years I’ve done a trip with my buddies Gordon and Dan the first weekend after Labour Day. 1/7. ( Log Out / 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. 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. You know when the portage has a nickname, in the case "Unicorn Hill", it's gonna be a doozey! Apparently he ran the same loop when he did Canoe Trip during high school. My kind and lovely wife had agreed to ferry us to the Joe Lake portage to get a jump on the day (and hopefully the crowds). Mark and I were in one boat and Dan and Gordon in the other. Or a headsideheadwind. Re: Big Trout Loop (sort of) Just read the full thing - such an unfortunate (and like you said, expensive) series of events that day! Big Trout 127. Algonquin Adventures is an information resource and online community for Algonquin Park campers, canoeists, hikers and naturalists. The trail meanders west through the bush. An unproblem? Météo. In the end, I actually really liked the site! 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. Total Number of Lakes Paddled: 355 Seeing Algonquin Park. The longest is just over 700 metres and none of them are particularly challenging. All times are UTC . It was a good trip, we did the popular Big Trout Lake loop. Well, one word. Not the scenery part, that was indeed great. With the thunder and lighting gone we decided to get back on the water and continue the trip to Big Trout. Posted: September 6th, 2006, 7:53 pm . Joined: September 6th, 2006, 7:48 pm Posts: 14 Location: Whitby, Ontario, Canada The plan: water taxi to the north end of Opeongo, then a loop through some of the big lakes. 9 comments. Sec Kaje 120. We left our campsite at 10:15 and headed out on to Big Trout. About ten minutes after making that decision the rain started to fall and lightning flashed to the north. 2,254. About ten seconds after they started paddling, the boat decided to try its luck as a submarine. Day 1 = Red (A); Day 2 = Yellow (B); Day 3 = Green (C); Day 4 = Blue (D) Algonquin Canoe Trip, Algonquin Park, Big Trout Lake. 6 Day solo paddle in Algonquin Park / Big Trout Loop Access point - Canoe Lake September 2014 White Trout 126. share. I was thinking of Joe - Otter slide - Big Trout (1-2 nights) - McIntosh. I took my fall as a sign and decided to let Dan take my place in the campsite search. And it was just sitting out there, waiting for me. Red Pine Bay 129. https://allofalgonquin.com. There are a few tent spot options, and the site becomes more sheltered as it backs into the trees. This year, however, going on a trip for the first weekend after Labour Day was not an option as my 10th wedding anniversary happens to fall right in the middle of that weekend, and I’d very much like there to be an 11th. The problem is, if you haven’t planned your trip months in advance, a lot of those routes might already be booked up. Well, the good news was that we got that jump on the day. steff w. 5 octobre 2020. We always end up doing something new and interesting and the company is excellent (except for the three hours each trip where I’m losing at some kind of board game, in which case the company is terrible). Then it became tremendously unfunny. 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. We had our eyes on the campsite on the island, at the very east end of Big Trout. Here are a few Algonquin Park sites and blogs that I’ve really enjoyed/found very useful. It offers a breathtaking view of the sunset, with a backdrop of scattered islands in front of the site. Portage 8 Otterslide Cr. 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 . This site is very exposed, but also very scenic. Big Trout Lake – Campsite #26. The beach in front of the permit office was already pretty busy with quite a few trips loading up and quite a few more milling about near the Portage Store. There’s nothing quite so disconcerting as staring at the place where your paddle blade is supposed to be and seeing a bunch of jagged splinters instead. We woke up the next morning to a pretty strong wind blowing out of the west. 14 Sep 2020 by algonquinbeyond. If you’re like me, you’ll start with every intention of hopping from rock to rock through each muddy patch, then give up about ten steps into the first one and reacquaint yourself with the delightful sensation of mud squishing between your toes with every step. With my large groups I do the route in 3.5 days, and 3 nights as described below. I don’t know if it was because we were all tired from the day, or because the spirit of the site didn’t want to let us go, but things did not go well in the checking out other sites department. Le sentier vous offrira la possibilité d'observer la faune et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Portage 7 Otterslide Cr. Terrain is quite level. Most people seem to head straight to Burnt Island but I don't want a long first day in case I get a late start and have a hard time finding a site on such a massive lake. The problem with Grassy Bay though is that you have to follow a predetermined route through the grass in places, meaning you can’t always stick close to shore. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Surprisingly, the paddle was actually pretty fun. This loop was a phenomenal trip for a beginner/intermediate canoe group. Posted: September 6th, 2006, 7:53 pm . For night 3 we made our way down to Burnt Island Lake. 97% Upvoted. 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. I could still get it on, but only in the sense that you can get anything on if you swear at it enough (just to save anyone the effort of sending me emails about using an improper PFD, it was a serviceable life jacket, just wouldn’t have been my first choice under different circumstances). Hey everyone, I did a four day trip up to Big Trout over the long weekend. and decided to pull over on one of Grassy Bay’s camp sites if things got any sketchier. The loop begins and ends at Canoe Lake Access Point. Once you’ve finished admiring the views, you start up a short-ish creek that connects Ink to McIntosh. Algonquin Provincial Park: Big Trout Lake Loop from Kiosk: September 7th - September 19th, 2019 Portage signs in Algonquin Provincial Park are bright yellow. It’s oval shaped and surrounded by dead trees along the shore. Breaking/losing my paddle while solo is one of my biggest Algonquin … The sky to the north was black and there was a distant rumble of thunder that seemed to be stuck on repeat. The weather is still pretty nice (hopefully. Big Trout 127. 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. As a spot for lunch, it was great. The boat didn’t exactly leap forward, but it was definitely moving in the right direction. Booking a trip over any long weekend can be an exercise in frustration. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. We didn’t realize that at first though. 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. Perley Lake 131. As far as sites go, I’d say this one is solidly average. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. At one point an eagle flew across the water in front of us then landed in a nearby tree. I always enjoy sites that have lots of ‘breathing room’ and aren’t surrounded by dense forest. The last thing I wanted was to be stuck in the middle of the water with a storm coming in. 3 months ago. 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. We arrived on Big Trout as the last of the rain bursts subsided. Here’s the video from our six day trip in Algonquin. It turns out that this both ridiculous looking and not the most efficient way to move a canoe forward. Longer Lake 128. Opeongo-Big Crow-Hogan-Red Pine-Big Trout-Happy Isle Loop June 27 to July 4, 2015 - By Cobi Sharpe. Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. We could get the boat moving so fast that dam wouldn’t even know what hit it, right? The lake is by far, one of the most popular but has so many campsites available it rarely feels crowded. Canada Jay Lake 123. Change ), Number of New Lakes Paddled: 218 Box two: Is it overrun with angry bears? Located on Canoe Lake 14km east of Algonquin Park's West Gate on highway 60. View topic - Big Trout Lake loop at Algonquin. Launched at Canoe Lake about 11:30. You know when the portage has a nickname, in the case "Unicorn Hill", it's gonna be a doozey! DSC04735.JPG by suits 6/29/2019. So, uh, if you’ve got an In Reach, maybe don’t do this). For those keeping track at home, you generally want to have a working paddle for a paddling heavy trip. After the second carry, McIntosh Creek gradually widens into a marshy area that in turn becomes Grassy Bay. 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. 15 comments. Sec Kaje 120. 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. 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. 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. Slightly. That … uh … well that didn’t work out so well. Big Trout Lake in Algonquin. McKaskill Lake 118. Once the creek opened up into Big Trout, that headwind was back! The trip was to be a total of 4 days and 3 nights. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. This is has to be one of the most popular 4-5 day loops in Algonquin Park. 1/7. On our last two trips in Algonquin we started from the north, our first from Kiosk, while the other was from Brent. 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. Drew Big Trout Loop Parabola – Part 1 – All of Algonquin. Home. Sam. Longer Lake 128. Ontario Fish ON-Line. 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