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Safety, camping & good food

This Magpie trip is designed to be accessible to a wide range of participants—from total beginners to seasoned river trippers.

We’ve had participants as new to the world as 10 years old and as experienced as their late 70’s.

You don’t need previous whitewater experience and you can choose from a range of physical output levels, depending on if you opt to do some of the longer side hikes and inflatable kayaking and stand up paddle boarding—or if you prefer to spend more time in the guided rafts and relaxing at camp.

We want you to come off your Magpie trip invigorated and rejuvenated.

Our “thrive not just survive in the wild” motto comes from decades of experience in the remote wilderness. Your trip guides are incredibly experienced in backcountry camping and they will share their knowledge and systems with you. We encourage you to get hands-on in camp and learn from some of the best in the industry.

Here’s what to expect about activities and our wilderness travel style on the Magpie River in Quebec.












 

 

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Trip Details at a Glance

$6,995 CAD tax included

9 days exploring with a Boreal Forest ecologist, an Innu interpreter, and incredible river guides

Departs from

Sept-Îles, Quebec, Canada

Group size

6 to 14 guests

Dates

  • Aug 6-14, 2021
  • Aug 14-22, 2021

Activities

Whitewater rafting, kayaking, SUP'ing, hiking, fishing

Activity level

Remoteness:
Very remote, fly-in-only
Physical activity:
Easygoing to active
Whitewater:
Class III - IV
You don't need any river experience. You can get more physical challenge, if you choose, through the optional side hikes, SUP'ing, and inflatable kayaking.Learn more about this trip's activity level.