Missinaibi River has very limited access, a factor which has contributed to preserving its unspoiled nature. Its designation as a waterway provincial park and its inclusion in the Canadian Heritage Rivers System are intended to ensure that visitors will be able to explore the Missinaibi ’s challenging wilderness for many years to come. It flows northeasterly for 596 kilometres from the Abitibi Uplands north of Chapleau to its confluence with the Moose River in the James Bay Lowlands. It drains over 86,000 hectares of land and offers one of the longest, unimpeded stretches of wilderness river environments found in Ontario's Wilderness Region. The Missinaibi River itself lacks facilities and services; these characteristics enhance the river’s wilderness appeal, but make it best suited to active travelers looking for a challenging, yet reasonably safe, wilderness canoe and camping trip which is fully guided by experienced outfitters.
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