Blue Dog Kayaking in partnership with Jackpine Paddle offers you an amazing sea kayak adventure in the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT!
If the North has been on your bucket list for ages, the majestic East Arm offers a place like no others: unspoiled, remote, and iconic, please read on....
We start the adventure by float-plane from Yellowknife to the East Arm.
Once at camp on a majestic rocky island, we take in our new surroundings: pristine air and clear deep water. It doesn't take long to reel in our first lake trout. Fish fry for dinner?
To add an element of magic to this expedition, we've picked dates to take advantage of autumn Aurora season.
With craggy cliffs and rocky islands, the islands of the East Arm support bald eagles, terns and gulls. Breathtaking cliffs are built from rock as old as 2.7-billion years (the oldest in the world), making for some of the most epic campsites you'll ever experience. If fishing is your thing, you'll definitely want to bring a fishing rod to enjoy the seemingly bottomless depths surrounding these islands. They are swarming with trophy-sized lake trout. And because the lake is clean and cold, fish keep near the surface in summer, making for plenty fishing opportunities from a kayak and from camp.
Great Slave Lake, located in the southern half of the Northwest Territories, is the 11th largest in the world and, after Great Bear, the biggest entirely within Canada.
This 9 day trip provides all the equipment, gourmet food, experienced guides, everything & more.
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