Tuscarora Route - Glen Morris to Brant

6 hr Self-Guided Trip
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The Tuscarora run is the combination of the Oneida & Cayuga Runs, Glen Morris through Paris and to Brant Park, covering 25 km of river and running about 6 hours with a 150m portage midway in Paris.

The first portion runs from Glen Morris to Paris. A very scenic part of the Grand River, where you feel truly deep in the wilderness. a fascinating paddle along the river valley with a scenic lookout from the Murray Lookout at the 3 Sisters. 3 old railroad abutements dating back to the 1800's. A section with the best of both worlds: low-key rapids add fun & excitement, while calm sections allow you to relax & take in the beauty surrounding you.

The 2nd portion, Paris to Brant park run is mostly relaxing paddle, with dashes of small rapids to keep your interest piqued. This section is rife with wildlife: approach quietly and you'll get to see great Blue Herons, Ospreys, Painted Turtles, and perhaps even deer. It is also historically important as you paddle past Paris' riverside architecture.

The trip ends in Brant Park Conservation Area in Brantford, where you parked your vehicle, with some great memories to last until your next trip.

Due to the duration of the trip, this run is limited to the 9:30 am start and is not recommended for beginners. Stopping to explore along the way can be done as time permits. Boats must be back by 5pm. You can arrange overnight camping etc & book the boats for a 2nd day.

- your boat & all paddling gear
- shuttle service from parking, upriver to trip launch.
- our Paddle Canada certified staff will help launch you & provide instruction if needed

Book Trip

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This trip is offered on: Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon
Between: May 1, 2020 and Oct 15, 2020

Calculate Your Trip Total:


Canoe - $/ paddler
Kayak - $/paddler
Canoe - non paddling Adult or child in middle
Permit - Brant County flat fee for 5 or more people

Tax (13%) $0.00

Total $0.00

This is only a guideline. Your account will be charged in CAD$ and your credict card will convert to USD$ at roughly the above rate.