Bowron Lakes Circuit
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|Launch Point||Bowron Lakes Registration Center and Camp Ground|
|Max Difficulty:||SKII (some paddling in fast moving water)|
|Tide/Current Station||Not Applicable|
Bowron Lake Park is a large wilderness area
situated on the western slopes of the Cariboo Mountain Range. The
world-renowned Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit encompasses a 72 miles (116
km) chain of lakes, waterways and connecting portages. This
wilderness canoe trip takes from 6 to 10 days to complete, depending
on your time frame and skill level. For those looking for a shorter
trip, the west side of the circuit can be paddled in 2 to 4 days. It
is recommended that those who attempt the circuit have some
wilderness kayaking/canoeing experience. There are
multiple portages needed to complete this trip you should be in good
physical condition. The portage trails are rugged in places
and do require climbing and descending hills.
There are multiple portages needed to complete this trip you should be in good physical condition. The portage trails are rugged in places and do require climbing and descending hills.
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