Situated north-west of Sudbury, the Biscotasing area reveals a terrain similar to that of the Temagami and Kipawa areas. Waterfalls, rivers, the height of land and its long lakes, make Biscotasing a diverse and incredibly beautiful area in which to travel.
Highlights of previous trips have included some exploratory work, pictographs, meeting local trappers, climbing Ontario’s two highest points, and not to mention its incredible fishing.
The town of Biscotasing occupies an important niche in Canadian history. For many years it was the home of Grey Owl, one of the earliest leaders of the conservation movement. A trip through the Biscotasing area has something to offer for everyone. We hope that our campers will continue to take advantage of what so many (since 1979), have qualified as “the trip of a lifetime”.
For a map of the Bisco area, click here
2013 Full Session Enrolment
June 29 – Campers report to Canoe Lake
July 3 – Departure for Bisco
August 12 – Campers Arrive to Temagami Outpost
August 13 – Campers Return to Canoe Lake
August 22 – Campers return home from Camp
Fees: Full Session Fee ($7950 + HST) plus Special Trip Fee ($1375 + HST)