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Impressive trip overall

Me and my bf have never canoed together and the last time either of us had been in a paddling boat... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2014
girlonwhyte
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Edmonton, Canada
Wonderful Paddling Experience

It's actually Murtle Lake within Wells Gray Provincial Park in B.C., accessed from Blue River, B.C... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2014
John K
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Kalama, Washington
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5 Oct 2014
“Impressive trip overall”
8 Sep 2014
“Wonderful Paddling Experience”
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Murtle Lake | Wells Gray Provincal Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 6 October 2014

Me and my bf have never canoed together and the last time either of us had been in a paddling boat was as children. We rented canoes through the Blue Lake campground and found the staff there to be pretty helpful and friendly, giving us...More

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Reviewed 9 September 2014

It's actually Murtle Lake within Wells Gray Provincial Park in B.C., accessed from Blue River, B.C. If you are a kayker or canoe aficionado, you'll love this place. Beautiful mountains, lots of fish, great campsites, and a challenging 1.5 mile portage. I loved every bit...More

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Reviewed 6 September 2013

Me and my dad decided to go for an adventurous weekend and we chose to come to Murtle Lake. I am extremelly happy that we made this decision because it is one of the most beautiful places I have been to. It is semi remote,...More

Thank Kyle M
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Unless things have changed since we were there, you dont reserve the camp spots. Its first come, etc. but there are about 11 camping areas to choose from. if one is full move on to the next. BUT take lots of bug spray and... More
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