Collage of four photos: moose, sunset, a man portaging a canoe and a man sitting at a campsite

Today’s post comes from Carter Morash, who has worked as a backcountry warden in Quetico Provincial Park since 2015.

The north end of Quetico is a beautiful place.

There are quiet lakes, great fishing spots, wildlife viewing opportunities, and a variety of routes to try out.

Did you know that the north end is also paddled less than the southern end of the park? That makes it a great area of the park to explore in the fall!

Many of Quetico paddlers from the U.S. use the Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) Remote Area Border Crossing Program to start their canoe trips at our Prairie Portage and Cache Bay Entry Stations along the Minnesota-Ontario border.

If you want to try something new, here’s a guide to Quetico’s north end.

Read full article via Ontario Parks Blog