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The narrow channel leading into Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park
Canada

This panoramic image was taken in October of 2011 and shows the narrow channel between Little Bear Lake and Bear Lake in the beautiful waters of Killarney Provincial Park. It's a tricky channel to navigate, even at low speeds, with many experienced boaters leaving propeller marks behind on the rocks below, hence the local name "Damn Channel".

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
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Uppladdad: 21/10/2011
Uppdaterad: 17/09/2014
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Tags: killarney provincial park; ontario; canada; camping; fishing; hunting; photography
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