The Churchill River system runs from Alberta, across Northern Saskatchewan and into Manitoba where it dumps into Hudson’s Bay. It is over 1600km long and we had the privilege of exploring 20km it. This trip has everything from lakes and rapids, to canyons and waterfalls. Don’t forget your camera as the sunsets in North Saskatchewan are incredibly beautiful. If you’re lucky, maybe one night the northern lights will put a show on for you. Check out the video of our Churchill River adventure here
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Churchill River – Adventure Statistics
Time Required: 3 days/3 nights
Location: 80km North of La Ronge, SK
Distance: 20km round trip
Difficulty: 7/10 – Route finding, portages, outdoor living.
Season: June to September
Additional Requirements: Camping equipment, canoe, PFD, paddles.