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Little Bear Channel Campsite
Canada
One of the many camp sites on the northern part of the Killarney Provincial Park. This site is interesting as it also is on the Little Bear lake channel which is a popular route for boat traffic going in and out of Little Bear, Bear and Walker lakes.
Copyright: Richard D. Stack
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上传: 11/08/2013
更新: 17/09/2014
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Tags: wilderness camping; canoeing; kayaking; hunting; fishing; nature; outdoors
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