Baie Fine Photo Gallery

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Located on the western edge of the Killarney Provincial Park, Baie Fine is a scenic 7 mile east-west running freshwater fjord that is a very popular destination for countless hundreds of recreational boaters every summer. Its shores are lined with a continuous range of white quartzite hills of the South LaCloche Range that can rise to 800 feet above the shore.

The Second Narrows, at the north east foot of the bay, is a 2 mile long narrow passage that leads to The Pool. The Pool is possibly one of the most scenic anchorages in all of the Great Lakes, and has been visited by yachts from all over the world.

These photos will give you a glimpse of the spectacular and unspoiled majesty of this area, just one small corner of the beautiful North Channel. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger version and description of each image.They have been converted to low resolution JPEG format for fast loading.

Entrance to Baie Fine 

Great Lakes Cruising Club rendezvous  

 Marianna Bay

 Mustard Cut

 View from Casson Peak

Baie Fine from Casson Peak 

Baie Fine 

Killarney Provincial Park

Killarney Provincial Park 

Pool Anchorage foot of Baie Fine 

Chanticleer  

Baie Fine sunset

Down Baie Fine in winter 

 Baie Fine winter narrows

Winter Baie Fine looking west 

 

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