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Learn About: Killarney Flora

While much of the Killarney flora captures our imagination, we’ve kept this post to a small handful of our favorites. You’ll have to come canoeing or hiking with us to see the rest.

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Packing List: Rain Gear

Rain gear (jacket AND pants – don’t forget the pants) can serve a few purposes on a canoe trip: the obvious protection from a wet day, protection from a windy day, and sometimes protection from a buggy day. Although we have additional suggestions for bug management in a future post.

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Killarney’s Lakes: Bell Lake

We meet at the Bell Lake access point for all of our Killarney canoe trips. You may have figured out by now that I like to know why features are named as they are. So where does the name come from?

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Meet Your Guide: Kate Monahan

Kate Monahan is the owner and guide for The Quiet Guiding Company. She loves an early morning cup of coffee on the shores of a still lake. Hometown Ithaca, New York (Visit Ithaca) Dream Trip I love to travel, so I want to explore as many places as I possibly can in a sustainable manner. […]

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How did Killarney Provincial Park get its name?

Killarney Provincial Park sits ten kilometers down the road from the village of Killarney. So how did village and park come to be named? Great question.

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