Monthly Archives: October 2011


The Dumoine River – Grand Chute in the Esquif L’Edge

By: Johno Foster The Dumoine River is one of Eastern Canada’s most well known canoe tripping rivers. With beautiful scenery, classic campsites, a vibrant history, and lots of class 2-3 whitewater, it has certainly earned its reputation as one of the best. I have a particular fondness for the Dumoine as it was on this… Read More

The Taureau – A Quebec Classic

This fall paddlers Philip Kompass and Mike McKay did a mid week run of the classic whitewater section of the Jacques Cartier river, the Taureau.  For years the Taureau has been recognized as one of the premiere rivers in the east, possibly the best.  With stunning scenery, remote wilderness, and over 20 kilometres of class 4-5 whitewater,… Read More