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w pobliżu Corbyville, Ontàrio (Canada)
Our arrival was from the north, so we dropped off the canoe where the Moira River crosses Highway #37 (marked on map as a way point). There is a short road just north of the river on the east side that gets you access to the water and there are some parking spots as well. A few other things were left in the tall grass under the canoe including life jackets, drinking water, paddles, etc.
The next stop (by car) was the Signal Brewery, a craft beer place on the Moira that has a nice patio overlooking the river (and also our start and stop point). We unloaded the bikes and were on our way to our canoe at the switch point. The bike ride was nice, a combination of trails, paved road, unassumed roads and ended with a 2-3 minute stretch on Highway #37. The bike portion was about 10 km in length and took us about an hour to complete peddling at a leisurely pace.
The river portion exceeded our expectations. While the Moira has some grassy/reedy spots, overall it was quite nice with some great scenery and lots of bird sightings. Our trip was in August of a very dry summer so at the overhead railway bridge we walked across very flat rock and picked our way about a hundred yards or so through shallow and warm water until we could get back into the canoe. Not much of a problem but shorts and proper footwear were nice.
No real difficulty navigating (some guessing on which side of an island to paddle on) followed the river to the Brew Pub and pulled out at the dam. The weather was beautiful and we had a great day. All together, I'd say around 4 hours of action (1 on the bike and 3 in the water) and well worth it.