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GET INTO THE WILD!
Explore the Manitoba wilderness the way it is meant to be: by canoe and through the lens of your camera.
Join PrairieView instructor and experienced backcountry wilderness photographer Jonah O'Neil
and Northern Soul Wilderness Adventures on a two-night/three day canoe trip into one of the most beautiful landscapes around:
the Canadian Shield and boreal forest of Whiteshell Provincial Park.
The course includes:
Pre-trip and post-trip classroom sessions
Canoe, paddling equipment, organic meals, and the use of a tent
Tons of wilderness photography instruction before and during the trip
Registrations are handled through the Prairie View School of Photography
Q. What camera and camping gear do I need to bring?
A. For cameras, we'd recommend a telephoto lens for wildlife, a wide-angle for landscapes, and maybe a macro for close-ups. Be sure to have spare batteries, memory cards or film, and some sort of rain sleeve. A sturdy lightweight tripod is a great addition.
For camping, we'll supply the canoe, meals, tent, and a dry bag while you are responsible for any other items for camping (sleeping bag, camp matress, clothing, etc.). Rentals are available through Northern Soul.
Q. Do I need canoeing experience?
A. Although some experience in a canoe would be good, this trip is designed for paddlers of all skill levels.