Chrismar Books

Our latest endeavour is the occasional design & publication of books about the great Canadian
outdoors by great Canadian authors and photographers.
Quetico: Into The Wild is our first.

To place a direct order download our Direct Book Order Form (PDF).
You can fax it to (905) 852-9474, or mail it (Box 1277, Uxbridge, Ontario Canada L9P 1N5).
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Bookstores and other retailers should contact us about wholesale orders.


Here is a little something about the adventure-related titles that you can purchase from Chrismar:

Quetico: Into the Wild*
Hardcover, 8.5" X 11", 144 pages, 129 colour photos
The year 2009 marked the Centennial anniversary of Quetico Provincial Park, a 4,760 sq.km. (1,800 sq.mi) area west of Lake Superior and north of Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area. This magnificent landscape of over 600 lakes in the heart of North America is linked by an intricate web of rivers and trails, and forms one of the greatest paddling paradises on Earth. Let this book be an inspiration to planning your own adventure into Quetico's benevolent spirit.
$29.95 plus ship, 5% GST extra (Canadian orders only), others no tax
Available from Chrismar Books

Great Lakes Journey, Exploring the Heritage Coast*
Hardcover, 8.5" X 11", 144 pages, 125 colour photos
In the summer of 2002, the McGuffins paddled a 21-foot cedarstrip canoe from the Pigeon River near Thunder Bay to Port Severn on Georgian Bay accompanied by their three-year-old daughter and their Alaskan malamute. The journey's purpose was to champion the Great Lakes Heritage Coast, a vision whose first priority was to protect the waters and land of the Great Lakes shoreline.
$34.95 plus ship, 5% GST extra (Canadian orders only), others no tax
Available from Chrismar Books

In the Footsteps of Grey Owl, Journey into the Ancient Forest*
Hardcover, 8.5" X 11", 144 pages, 125 colour photos
During a 3-month, 1200-mile canoe trip, the McGuffins connected the ancient forests from Algonquin Park to Temagami, Algoma and Lake Superior by way of historic waterways and portages. Their journey was part of an effort to protect Ontario's remaining ancient forests, and followed in the footsteps of Grey Owl, the famous early 20th century Canadian conservationist, author and orator.
$34.95 plus ship, 5% GST extra (Canadian orders only), others no tax
Available from Chrismar Books

Superior Journeys on an Inland Sea*
Hardcover, 11.5" X 10.25", 160 pages, 140 colour photos.
When Gary and Joanie McGuffin set off on their 2,000-mile circumnavigation of Lake Superior, their intent was to raise awareness for the future of freshwater on the planet today. A personal narrative of this summer-long voyage, and 140 superb colour photographs reveal the astonishing beauty and vulnerability of the largest freshwater lake in the world. Award-winning.
$49.95 plus ship, 5% GST extra (Canadian orders only), others no tax
Available from Chrismar Books


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