The 6-day Dumoine “Getaway” is a family-friendly wilderness whitewater canoe trip in western Quebec. The river is unique in having reliable water levels for canoeing throughout the entire season – from May to September. This 60-km Dumoine trip travels the lower two-thirds of the river – from Lac Benoit to the Ottawa River.

Over 6 days we’ll scout, paddle, line and portage over 30 sets of Class I to III rapids including Big Steel, Canoe Eater, the Snake, Thread the Needle, and Red Pine. This is an excellent river expedition for families with some previous whitewater experience and for those considering joining one of our northern canoe trips.

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Dates, Rates & Availability

Prices listed are per person. All dates listed are tentative until confirmed by the Black Feather Office. Click here for our booking, payment and cancellation policies.

Dates Trip Fee Availability
Sun. Aug 14 - Fri. Aug 19, 2022 $2,150 CAD (per adult) until Oct 31, 2021* Book Now
Sun. Aug 14 - Fri. Aug 19, 2022 $1,720 CAD (per child 14 and under) until Oct 31, 2021* Book Now
Above Date $2,250 CAD per adult* From Nov 1
Above Date $1,800 CAD per child 14 and under* From Nov 1

What's included

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Guides

  • 5:1 ratio
Meals

Meals

  • all meals & snacks from Day 1 lunch to Day 6 lunch
Equipment

Canoeing Equipment

  • 17’ Prospector expedition canoes
  • paddles, PFDs, throw bags, paddling helmets
Camping

Camping Equipment

  • tents – free standing expedition dome tents – 2 per tent
  • ‘kitchen’ – tarp, fire box, cooking stoves, utensils, dishes, etc
  • containers for food and group equipment
Safety

Safety Equipment

  • first aid, safety, river rescue, and repair kits
  • communications equipment (satellite phone)
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Local Transportation

  • transportation of guides, group gear, canoes, etc. to and from trip
  • road transport from Pine Valley (the rendezvous) to Lac Benoit (on the river)
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Park Fees

  • ZEC (zone d’exploitation contrôlée or “controlled harvesting zone”) usage fees