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ADVANCED CANOEING FEATURE STORIES:
Meet Accomplished Paddler Mel Baughman
After Mel Baughman went on two canoe trips in Canada's Far North, he wanted to get rid of all his belongings. He had learned what it was like to live out of a pack and a canoe, and didn?t see the point in extra baggage. .... More >
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Summer at 69° North Latitude
At 69° North Latitude in the Canadian Arctic, the summer of 2014 seemed to have taken a vacation. Elsewhere on the globe, this year shaped up to be the warmest in 134 years of recorded weather history.... More >
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Paddling on Route 66
Boundary Waters Canoe Trip #66 at age 66--Larry Christianson muses on a lifelong paddling passion and a milestone trip... More >
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Bloodvein River Trip Report
We paddled across northern Woodland Caribou Provincial Park from Knox Lake through Murdock Lake, Larus Lake, Lawrence Lake, Barclay Lake, Mary’s Lake and finally into Artery Lake... More >
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Making Your Own Canoe Route Maps
Making Your Own Maps Innovation and Traditional: Navigating, Mapping, and Online Route Planning Tools.... More >
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Updated! 8 Rivers North Expedition 2014
In mid-June, the team of Adam Maxwell, Ryan Ritter, Jake Bendel, Tessa Olson, Alex Compton and Kari Smerud will paddle over 900 miles on eight river systems north to the Hudson Bay and the barren lands of Nunavut.... More >
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Interview: A Trip of Several Lifetimes on Alaska's Noatak River
Separated by 50 years in age, six paddlers were brought together this August by three weeks canoeing Alaska’s remote Noatak River.... More >
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Trip Report: Ontario's Winisk River
This route follows the Winisk Wild River Provincial Park from Webeque to Peawanuck, Ontario. The Winisk River flows north from Winisk Lake to Hudson Bay... More >
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SubArctic River Adventure 2012: Q & A
In the summer of 2012, Canoeing.com contributor Brian Johnston headed to the far north with a crew of eight paddlers to explore a little-traveled region near the Ferguson River. ... More >
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From Rails to Whales
An 1,800 Mile, 86 Day Journey by Canoe from the Rocky Mountains to Hudson Bay... More >
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Sub Arctic River Adventure 2012 UPDATED
Paddling over 800 miles, a crew of eight paddlers travel parts of the Thelon, Dubawnt, Kazan, Ferguson and Wilson Rivers, ending at Whale Cove on Hudson Bay... More >
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Oberholtzer-Magee 1912 Journey UPDATED
100 years ago, wilderness activist Ernest Oberholtzer and Billy Magee paddled over 2,000 miles to Hudson Bay... More >
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Far North Paddling Guide
Paddling the Nunavut and the Northwest Territories in Canada—is one of the ultimate goals for a paddler... More >
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A Whitewater Experience for all Levels
Located in the heart of downtown Wausau, Wisconsin, the Wausau Whitewater Park offers canoeing and kayaking for everyone to enjoy. Read More >
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Women in the Wilderness
FWe can do it. We can do it without a guide.” Seven friends paddle the BWCA for a quarter century of wilderness adventure.... Read More >
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Arctic Expedition 2010 Update
Two paddlers, four arctic rivers, in one month! Adventurer Rob Kesselring relates his recent trip traversing the arctic by canoe... Read More >
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Arctic Expedition 2010
Follow adventure paddlers as they embark on a 910-mile canoe trip in the Northwest Territories... Read More >
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Meet Bob O'Hara
Some canoeists travel to the far north and return with tales of grueling portages and gnarly whitewater. O'Hara revels in a different kind of wilderness travel... Read More >
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Canoeing the Quetico: Living the Experience
"This fall trip would be my fortieth (nearly consecutive) year canoeing. It would be solo, a meditative retreat over nine days making entry via shuttle to the French Lake"... Read More >
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2,700 Miles and Counting
An interview with Jason Bivin about his epic trip on which he attempted to hike the length of the Appalachian Trail and paddle all of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail in a single year... Read More >
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Down a Dead Man's River
Fifty years after Art Moffatt’s death on the Dubawnt River – a canoeing tragedy that still echoes in the minds of today’s barren land paddlers – Che-Mun tracked down the first men to paddle the length of the Dubawnt after Moffat’s group. Read More >
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Quetico Solitaire
One paddler recounts a weeklong solo trip through Quetico Provincial Park, including trials, tribulations, and the benefits of going it alone... Read More >
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