Temagami Ontario, Canada is one of the world’s premiere wilderness canoe tripping destinations. During this trip I was able to photograph a few aerial scenes of a summer wilderness canoe trip in Temagami.
From there, we paddled the 75+km back to Temagami through Lady Evelyn Lake, Diamond Lake, Sharp Rock Inlet, Kokoko Lake and the Northeast Arm of Lake Temagami. (Check it out on Jeff’s Temagami Map).
What makes Temagami such an amazing wilderness canoe trip destination (besides remote quintessential Canadian Shield scenery of course) is that for that entire 75km of canoeing, there was less than 1km of portaging! This is much different than other more well known Ontario Canada backcountry wilderness canoe trip destinations like Algonquin Provincial Park – where sometimes it feels like you’re portaging as much as paddling.
All images from this session are available for royalty free licensing at Stocksy United.