A new edition of the definitive guide to a Canadian Heritage River. It covers Belwood Lake just upriver of Fergus, past Kitchener-Waterloo and through Cambridge, Paris, and Brantford and down to Port Maitland at the mouth of the Grand at Lake Erie. That’s 180 miles of clean water, fine fishing, and fascinating human and natural history. Maps detail access points, special features and highlights of 10 different sections. There are text descriptions of trips ranging from 2 hours to 5 days, with details on local sights, fishing, accommodation, parking, outfitters, and suppliers. New aerial photos of portages and GPS co-ordinates refresh this classic for a new generation of paddlers.
|Author||Grand River Conservation Authority|