Published on December 22nd, 2019 | by Matt Dumoulin
Untamed, wild and remote, Northern Ontario’s Nagagami River snakes its way through the vast boreal forest. One could paddle her waters for over a month, north to the Albany River and eventually the Arctic Ocean’s James Bay.
The crew set out to paddle over 110km of her waters, swollen, boiling and angry from the spring melt. It was a trying experience, but they sought a challenge and an unforgettable adventure. The Nagagami did not disappoint!