Friends of Wabakimi
Wabakimi Canoe Route Maps Volume One
Ogoki River & Northern Tributaries (Savant Lake to Mahamo Lake)
The coverage area extends from Savant Lake east to Mahamo Lake just north of the Ogoki River downstream from Ogoki Reservoir. The northern tributaries of Ogoki River contained in this booklet include the Palisade River, Webster Creek, Corky Creek, Slim River, Dawn Creek and Grayson River.
Printed on 8.5 x11.0” high-quality paper, each canoe map depicts the locations of land-based features such as campsites and portages. Accurately measured portage lengths are expressed in meters to make them compatible with NTS 1:50,000 topo maps. A descriptive page title indicates the extent of the map coverage and direction of flow of the main intervening waterway (e.g., Davis Lake to Ahleen Lake via Palisade River). Maps are uniform in scale and each overlaps adjoining maps for seamless coverage of a canoe route. Enlargement circles provide magnified details of portages and campsites as well as the locations of known hazards or obstacles such as swifts, rapids, waterfalls and beaver dams. Locations of remote tourism establishments are included where assistance may be obtained should an emergency arise.
Volume One — 19 Maps
• Savant Lake to Tew Lake via Ogoki River
• Tew Lake to Lower Wabakimi Lake via Ogoki River
• Wabakimi Lake to Whitewater Lake via Ogoki River
• Wabakimi Lake to Smoothrock Lake via Lower Wabakimi Lake
• Smoothrock Lake to Ogoki River via Berg River
• Smoothrock Lake to Whitewater Lake via McKinley River
• Whitewater Lake
• Whitewater Lake to Whiteclay Lake via Ogoki River
• Whiteclay Lake to Ogoki Reservoir via Ogoki River
• Ogoki Reservoir to Mojikit Channel
• Ogoki Reservoir to Mojikit Lake via Mojikit Channel
• Ogoki Reservoir to Mahamo Lake via Ogoki River
• Davies Lake to Ahleen Lake via Palisade River
• Rockcliff Lake to Palisade River via Webster Creek
• Webster Lake to Ahleen Lake via Corky Creek
• Ahleen Lake to Kenoji Lake via Palisade River
• Kenoji Lake to Whitewater Lake via Grayson River
• Dawn Lake to Arril Lake via Dawn Creek
• Dawn Lake to Slim Lake via Slim River
Paper / Non-waterproof (8.5 x11.0")
Ships directly from Friends of the Wabakimi. All maps sales support the Friends of Wabakimi canoe route and conservation efforts.
Canoeing.com note: The Historic Wabakimi Canoe Routes planning map is great for overview of potential routes in Wabakimi Provincial Park and connecting Crown Lands. And the information found in the five-volume set of maps is invaluable for final stage planning of a wilderness canoe route in the Wabakimi Area. The set of maps will save you both time and money in realizing your travel plans in this remote area of Canada and more importantly will help you best prepare for the challenges paddling the white-water rivers, and flat water lakes found throughout the Wabakimi. Actual navigation on your trip is best done with the detailed maps from the five-volume route maps series combined with 1:50,000 topographic maps.
All canoe routes were mapped, explored, and portage trails improved by Phil Cotton and The Wabakimi Project’s 244 volunteers between 2004-2018