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6/01/2017 9:58 am  #1


Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

Where's this?

http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/a510/tourdupark/Where_zpssao7phzo.jpg

 

6/01/2017 10:22 am  #2


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

Joe Lake (or thereabouts).

 

6/01/2017 11:00 am  #3


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

The Dead Marsh on the way to Mount Doom and Mordor...

 

6/01/2017 11:33 am  #4


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

MOFFAT POND
 


Tripping in Algonquin Park is not about seeking shelter from a storm, tripping in Algonquin Park is about dancing in the rain!
 

6/01/2017 12:13 pm  #5


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

Sorry guys, not Joe (or area) or Moffat Pond.

RPDUKE it kind of does have that appeal to it...

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6/01/2017 12:16 pm  #6


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

actually, I just realized something. 

This waterbody isnt named - so its unfair to allow you to name waterbodies when this in fact can never be guessed. I suppose it was poor photo selection on my part.

So, some solid hints then:
It's along a portage - there is a small side trail to this lookout, maybe 50m from the actual trail.
It's also at the highest point of said portage.

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6/01/2017 1:09 pm  #7


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

It looks like it could be the portage from O'Neil to Robitaille?

 

6/01/2017 6:24 pm  #8


Re: Where in Algonquin? No. Happy 150th Canada!

yup, you got er!

This isn't the pond you have to walk around, this pond can be seen from the crest of the insane hill, following the 'obstruction' pond.

Great spot, and a 8-10 ft beaver dam is holding this all back - biggest I've ever seen in Algonquin.

You're up, lonepaddler

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