The Riviere Noire—or Black River—runs 238 kilometres through magnificent western Quebec wilderness, past sandy beaches and thick pine forest before running into the Ottawa River at Waltham, Quebec.
This two-day canoe trip explores the Noire and includes Class I and II rapids, with an optional Class III section to tackle.
Led by expert guides and instructors, the trip includes two nights’ camping accommodation, all meals, safety and paddling equipment, and local transportation to and from the river. There are regular departures from May to October, 2017, with a minimum of four people required.
Day 1: Arrive and settle into a riverside lodge in Davidson, Quebec.
Day 2: Canoe on the Riviere Noire after a quick meet-and-greet with your fellow paddlers and guides; break for lunch and continue for three hours of canoeing afterward.
Day 3: Break down the camp after a quick breakfast; continue canoeing along the pristine river; end by taking out the canoes at the Black River Inn.
Length / Departs: 2 days, May-October
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