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WIN A Dumoine River Canoe Trip!


Things are heating up here at Wanapitei Canoe! With the Spring thaw underway, our tours are booking up fast, and we don’t want you missing out on the action. That’s why we’re launching (enter drum roll here) “WIN A Dumoine River Canoe Trip!”. Entering is super easy – starting today April 19th simply visit the official contest page, enter your email, and you’ll automatically be entered to WIN! We will randomly select one lucky person on May 13th at 12pm EST who will win a FREE 4 day all inclusive white water experience, on Quebec’s Dumoine River from July 25th-29th.


About The Dumoine

The Dumoine is one of seven wild rivers that flow into the Ottawa River off the southern edge of the Laurentian Highlands. Falling 500 feet in 50 miles, the river descends from Lac Dumoine through an area dominated by a forest cover of black spruce, white and red pine, and pockets of white cedar and white and yellow birch. 


As the Ottawa is approached on the southern reaches of the river, maples and ash become a more significant part of the forest. The fauna of the Dumoine River Valley includes moose and black bear as well as a variety of smaller mammals such as beaver, muskrat and otter. Fish, particularly pike and pickerel, can be caught along the river. Bass, speckled trout and lake trout live in the deeper pools along the river or a few miles back in the tributaries.


Good luck & happy paddling!

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