The Boreal and Taiga forests that grace the shores of the Great Bear River offer paddlers an inspiring and historic journey through the Mackenzie lowlands. The current on this river often reaches speeds of 10 – 12kms per hour with pristine, crystal-clear water. An active layer of Permafrost underlays the entire region. The rugged campsites are situated at the confluence of small side creeks. Class II swifts and rapids offer added excitement from the steady swift current ideal for novice or intermediate paddlers.

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