The Setting North Outpost Camp is located on a remote lake in Northern Ontario surrounded by endless crown land. Flying in to a no access cabin in the woods is a great way to discover the Canadian Wilderness.
It was an uneventful journey up north, save for one fuel stop along the way. The plan for this trip was similar to my early May plans: fish for a couple days and then go bear hunting. For the fishing portion of the trip we decided to check out a fish camp on a very remote, fly-in only lake.
There's something special about fall camping that I can't quite explain. There's about a two week window where the Canadian wilderness just lights up, and the sheer beauty of it is breathtaking. I had been trying to get out for
Our planes were only slightly perched up onto the rock edge and tied up very close to each other. It was a nerve racking night thinking about the planes with the howling winds, thunder and lightning.
Once a destination has been found in Northern Quebec and camp set up, the adventure continues with fishing, cooking, archery, and hiking.
Setting out on a fly-in camping adventure without a destination in mind has it's challenges. Follow along into the remote areas of Northern Quebec.