Trip Router Form Area or Park No Preference which area I paddle I want to paddle the BWCAW The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is located in the Superior National Park, which resides in Minnesota. It restricts the number of parties going in each day. All parties must camp at a designated camp sites which have a fire ring and a wilderness latrine. The BWCAW tends to be the least expensive and easiest to set up because it requires fewer permits than the others. I want to paddle the Quetico Provincial Park The Quetico borders the BWCAW to the north and resides in Ontario, Canada. It also restricts the number of people going in each day. It allows fewer people in than the BWCAW and allows parties to camp wherever they want. This trip is slightly more expensive then the BWCAW because overnight camping fees are required. Also to enter into Canada in this remote area a Remote Boarder Crossing Permit is needed which take about 4 weeks to secure. I want to paddle the crownland area of Ontario, Canada The crownland area is located East of the Quetico Park. This area is less restrictive and does not require reserving entry permits in advance. This area does require overnight camping fees for all adults 18 and over. This area does not have the same laws and regulations as the BWCAW and Quetico therefor you may see others using motors in this remote wilderness. This area tends to have fewer people using it. Also to enter into Canada in this remote area a Remote Boarder Crossing Permit is needed which take about 4 weeks to secure. Length of Trip How many days are you planning on camping in the wilderness? 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days 7 days 8 days 9 or more days How Much Traveling How many total hours of traveling do you plan to do? This will include portaging and paddling. This is figured in total hours based on average travelers. If you are planning a 4-day trip with 1 lay over day and you want to travel 4 to 6 hours a day your total hours would be between 12 and 18 hours. Less than 5 hours of total travel (base camp) 6 to 11 hours of total travel 12 to 17 hours of total travel 18 to 23 hours of total travel More than 24 hours of total travel Size of Lakes A variety of sizes is fine Small lakes only Choosing small lakes only limits the other choices much. It also makes most trips have more portages. Level of Experience Beginner Has never been on a Wilderness canoe trip. Has reservations about the their abilities in wilderness skills. Have not done much overnight camping and/or paddling. Intermediate May have been on a previous wilderness trip(s) or feels comfortable with overnight camping and paddling skills. Experienced Has been on previous canoe camping trips and is looking for a challenge. Fishing I am interested in catching the following fish: Walleye Small Mouth Bass Northern Pike Lake Trout Difficulty and Number of Portages Easy Fewer than 10 portages and/or none longer than 120 rods Moderate Fewer than 20 portages and / or none longer than 240 rods Challenging More than 20 portages and/ or one or more longer than 240 rods Other interests (Choose these only if important to your trip as they will limit the route choices.) Waterfalls Rapids or moving water High vista views Access to hiking trails (BWCAW only) Indian Pictographs (only in Canada) Kayak expedition Please also select the following options for kayaking: for Size of Lakes: choose "A variety of sizes is fine" for Difficulty and Number of Portages: choose "Easy"