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Pages 1 to 3:  Introduction and History
Pages 4 to 6: Maps
Pages 7 to 11:  North West River and Grand Lake
Page 12:  Naskaupi River
Pages 13 to 14:   Red Wine River
Page 15:  Red Wine Valley
Pages 16 to 18:  Highlands
Page 19:   Hubbard Monument
Page 24:  Visitors to monument.
Pages 26 to 28:  Evacuation from monument
Pages 29 to 31:
Innu Portage
Pages 32 to 33:
Useful information for canoeists and hikers

© 2001 NAV Canada
Yellow dots above:  Route North West River to Little Lake to Grand Lake up Naskaupi River
Green dots above:  Route up Red Wine River
Red dots above:  Overland route to Hubbard Monument
Blue dots above:  Innu Portage

Starting from in front of the former Hudsonís Bay post in North West River, you cross Little Lake and then go through the passage to Grand Lake.  If the water is high, you will have to line your canoe along the edge of the left-hand side of the passage against the current flowing out of Grand Lake.  Next, you have to choose whether to travel down the left-hand side or right-hand side of Grand Lake.  Huge waves can come up on Grand Lake and it is easy to become wave-bound.  There is often a prevailing wind blowing from the southwest.  In these conditions, the left-hand side can be calm, while there will be large waves breaking on the right-hand side.  This can suddenly change, however, if a storm system comes in from the northeast, resulting in massive waves breaking on the left-hand side of the lake.  (Go to Page 9)


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