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Troop 116 Camping & High Adventure
Super Scout Canoe Canada 2017

Thursday July 27 - Sunday August 6, 2017

Algonquin stretches across 7,725 square kilometers of wild and beautiful lakes and forests, bogs and rivers, cliffs and beaches - a canoeist's and camper's paradise as far as the eye can see. Established in 1893, Algonquin is Ontario's first and perhaps best known provincial park. The essence of Algonquin is its vast Interior of maple hills, rocky ridges, spruce bogs, and thousands of lakes, ponds and streams. Hear the call of a loon echoing from rocky lake shores and watch a beaver forging a rippling wedge across a glassy pond. A moose raises its massive head to stare at passing paddlers, and high above a windy cliff, a croaking raven surveys a landscape of lakes, forests, streams and bogs from horizon to horizon. Algonquin offers good opportunities for wildlife watching, and is unequaled in Ontario for seeing moose. White tailed deer and bear also forage these woods. The park is famous for its timber wolves which are heard but not often seen. The only way to explore the rugged beauty of Algonquin's Interior is by canoe or on foot. More than 1,500 kilometers of canoe routes in the Park Interior tempt canoeists, from beginners to experienced, to explore the variety of Algonquin's landscape.

Signup & Payment

Initial Deposit Signup Deadline is Mon Feb 13.
Initial Information Flyer (09/12/16) Acrobat PDF
Information & Signup (01/27/17) Acrobat PDF

Reference Material
Information Update & Questionnaire (03/08/17) Acrobat PDF
BSA Trip & Camping Credentials (03/10/17) Acrobat PDF
Algonquin Canoe Route for T-116 Acrobat PDF
Crew T-Shirt Acrobat PDF
Final Trip Information, Including
Personal Clothing & Equipment Notes & Checklist
Acrobat PDF
Canoe Partners & Crew Lists (07/22/17) Acrobat PDF
Participant Name & Contact Lists (07/24/17) Acrobat PDF
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Pay Scout Balance Part 1 - $260 due Mar 27
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Pay Scout Balance in Full - $510 by Mar 27
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Pay Adult Balance Part 1 - $210 due Mar 27
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Key Links
Algonquin Park Canoe Route Map

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