The North Channel is the stretch of water stretching from the St. Mary’s River, near Sault Ste. Marie in the West to approximately to top of Georgian Bay in the East. The dramatic landscape is accented by the La Cloche Mountain Range on the North Shore, the South is bounded by Manitoulin, and Cockburn Islands, to the South. The Channel is nearly 250km long, with vast stretches of the landscape untouched, pristine wilderness. This day trip is going to focus on the La Cloche and Sagamok reserve coastline.