Travel through the pristine wetland areas on a three-, four-, or five-day trip into the Turtle-Flambeau Scenic Waters Area
. Most treks begin on the Bear River, just north of the Flowage. While paddling downstream, look for the wide variety of wildlife native to the area including nesting eagles, osprey, beavers, and sand hill cranes. You’ll camp in the primitive sites throughout the Flambeau Flowage. Created in 1926 by the damming of the Flambeau River, the Flowage is filled with islands and coves. The Flambeau is most famous for its walleye fishing, but Northern pike, muskellunge, bass, sturgeon, catfish, bluegill, and other game fish also abound. If you want an additional challenge, the last day of your trip can be filled with an exciting paddle down the North Fork of the Flambeau River. This stretch of the river has almost a dozen sets of Class I & II rapids. NOTE:
This can be a strenuous trip with at least 5 to 6 hours of paddling per day.
Group sizes: Groups up to 17 can be accommodated depending on campsite availability. Smaller groups have more options for campsites.
$425 Total Fee
– $125 Non-refundable Deposit. Registration must be completed & deposit paid by May 1, 2019 (11:59 PM)
= $300 Balance Due by June 10, 2019 (11:59 PM). Registration Closes.
NEW WAY TO REGISTER
- Complete and return the trek form to the council office with your $50 fee.
- Once confirmed by trek staff, you will be emailed the link to the event page and pass code.
- Choose Unit Trek on the main event page.
- Tell us how many Youth and Adults for the Flambeau trek, using the pass code.
- Registration Contact tab-Fill in missing information, including the date your unit will arrive in camp.
- Attendees tab-Provide names and gender of Youth and Adults.
- Checkout tab-Must complete all steps for this tab, even if you have time to mail in your payment.
Choose from one of these arrival dates: Sunday June 16th, June 23rd, June 30th, July 7th, July 14th, July 21st, July 28th, and August 4th.