This trip is brought to you by Youth Farm Bible Camp & Aha! Adventures
There is so much people learn in the wilderness, surrounded by God's creation, being mentored by Christian leaders, and having great talks around a campfire. To access this area of Saskatchewan, we fly by floatplane to the start of Paull River and canoe scenic, island-filled lakes, enjoy fun rapids and camp beside Tuck Falls! Enjoy incredible fishing, soaring eagles and great camping on the ancient pre-Cambrian Shield. You will finish the trip on the mighty Churchill where there are plenty of rapids and channels to play in and explore before the trip ends!
Joining you on this journey are the following leaders:
Join these three veteran camp leaders on the week-long journey in Canada wilderness. We expect rich conversations, the start of lifelong relationships, and learning by being with each other. Both Bruce and Mark are avid readers and are committed to leading organizations through servant and team leadership. Both are also alumni of the Arrow Leadership Program.
June 7: We will meet at the Youth Farm Bible Camp for the night before we head up north.
June 8: We will drive up to Missinipe, Sk where we will take a floatplane up the river to Paull lake and the start of our trip. It will be a 4-hour drive and we will fly out in the afternoon. We will do some canoe lessons and refresh our skills, load our boats and head off on our adventure.
June 9-13: Paddle the Paull and Churchill river system. Enjoy fishing, swimming and playing in rapids along the way! We paddle back to our vehicles at Missinipe on June 13th and drive back to the YFBC for night.
June 14: We will have breakfast together as a group at YFBC and then we will part ways until our next adventure.
If flying, arrange for flights into Saskatoon by 7;00pm on June 7 and flights out after 11:00am on June 14.