Statement of Gratitude

Statement of Gratitude

You have all heard by now how the global tourism industry has been devastated by the pandemic. During our darkest hour of disappointment at having our 2020 northern canoeing season fully cancelled, we were provided with significant financial support from the Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, to purchase critical canoeing and rafting gear and equipment and to support renovations at our Lodge to better position Canoe North Adventures for a dynamic recovery in a post-pandemic world. Specifically, the canoe and raft equipment will support our new operations in Nahanni National Park Reserve. We also received critical funding from the federal Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (Cannor) to support operating costs incurred at our Head Office from April 2020 to March 2021. We are grateful to have received these two streams of financial support and would like to thank our colleagues at GNWT-ITI and at Cannor who facilitated the funding programs. We would also like to thank our industry partners at Northwest Territories Tourism who kept us fully informed about funding opportunities, the changing covid-19 landscape and provided regular updates from Destination Canada, our National Tourism Council.


From the Canoe North Adventures Team

Upper Horton Webinar now Available On Demand!

Class II swifts and easy rapids, tundra wilderness, caribou, muskoxen & grizzly bears! World-class fly-fishing for arctic char, arctic grayling and lake trout. A birders paradise – eagles, falcons, sandhill cranes and tundra swans. Join Owner and Lead Guide Al Pace on this amazing adventure! Now available to watch at any time.

Upper Horton River Webinar on Demand

One Spot Left on Out of the Northwest Passage 2021!

We are looking for an adventurous woman to share a triple room with two other CNA travellers. This is the last spot open on this trip!

More Information including a link to an Adventure Canada webinar about this amazing adventure!

Contact Us if you are interested!!!

Recorded Webinars Now Available!

Don’t worry if you missed our live webinars – We recorded them so you can join in at a convenient time!

Our recorded webinars are available HERE

New Video-An Upper Keele River Adventure

An Uncharted Journey

In 2019, a group of CNA guides pioneered a new paddling route starting only a few km from the headwaters of the Upper Keele River, revealing an incredibly beautiful and thrilling experience.

This section offers a new take on a classic river adventure and, at 7-8 days in length and with Class 2-3 whitewater, it is a trip that we hope to offer sometime soon in the future!

Connor Furneaux is a Canoe North Adventures Guide and Expedition Photographer. This video features Go Pro, Drone and Video footage all shot by Connor in 2019.