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Wild Class I and II whitewater paddling in Spring

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Wild Class I and II whitewater paddling in Spring

• Credit: Ontario Parks

Makobe-Grays River Provincial Park: Flows from the headwaters of Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park.

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Makobe-Grays River Provincial Park is a wild whitewater river that flows north through a series of narrow canyons. Summer paddling consists mainly of flatwater with some moving water, lining and numerous portages.

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