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Muskoka River X

Muskoka River X

Hap Wilson enters the longest and toughest single day expedition paddling race in the world.

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Skill: Paddle Your Canoe Silently

Skill: Paddle Your Canoe Silently

Top tips for a quiet stroke from Joanie McGuffin.

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The Canoe Collector

The Canoe Collector

Inside the wicked romance of America's largest pleasure craft collection.

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Souris River Quetico 17 Review

Souris River Quetico 17 Review

Ultralight and speedy are just two of the reason why we love the Quetico 17. Find out more here.

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      Happy Earth Day from everyone at Canoeroots and Family Camping Magazine.    This photo is from Michael Regan. Want to see your photo here? Send it…
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      Scott Macgregor finds out what Frost River canoe packs are all about, who is buying them and why you'll want one too.
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  • This 98-page issue of Paddling Magazine brings you all the paddling content you crave—including trips, tips, techniques and…
  • From a thousand sentimental valentines, to beautifully-varnished courting canoes, to clever songs that explore just how many things…
  • This boat review of the Wenonah Advantage canoe first appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of Canoeroots and…
  •   This field-tested boat review of the Souris River Quetico 17 was published in the Spring 2014 issue…

In The Pack

  • A perfect day pack for paddlers, this attractive waterproof backpack would be equally at home on the trail or your commute. We liked the top-loading…

Weekend Plans

  •   The Floodwood Pond Loop is an excellent backcountry trip for folks just breaking into the sport of canoe tripping or for seasoned paddlers looking…

Paddling Gourmet

  •   This time-tested recipe for how to smoke fish in the backcountry was first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.  It’s hard to argue…

Level Up Your Skills

  •   This campcraft article about a great way to secure your canoe on a car or truck's roof rack was first published in Canoeroots and…
    • The real reason your canoe is the best kind of therapy
    This article by James Raffan about the mental benefits of paddling first appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.  Anyone who has ever undertaken a restoration project knows that one of the curious features of canoes is that when you bisect the craft, amidships and from stem to stern, the quarters you’re left with are not identical replicas of one…
    • Exploring the uncharted waters of each and every what-if
    This editorial on risk perception in the wilderness was first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    The first time I paddled into the backcountry on an unguided trip, I was prepared. Our over-loaded canoe held enough supplies to start a new life on campsite 33. Oh, sure, we’d brought far too much food—any rookie can make that mistake—but…
    • Inside the wicked romance of America's largest pleasure craft collection
      This feature story on canoe collector, Ken Kelly, written by Howard Meyerson was first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    There’s more than just a little wickedness in the history of the canoe, and the largest collection of it resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the possession of Ken Kelly. His collection of old-style courting canoes, vehicles…
    • The hardest single day paddling expedition race in the world
    Hap Wilson enters the hardest single day paddling race in the world in this feature story first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    At the start line, nobody spoke. It was too cold and the anxiousness of the race permeated the pall of early morning. Misted breath hovered around each paddler as I looked around. We were an eclectic…

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  • IN THIS ISSUE:  Canoe Casanova: Ken Kelly’s wicked romance with wood and canvas courting canoes.
    •     Muskoka River X: Hap Wilson enters the longest, hardest single-day canoe race in the world (BONUS VIDEO).
    •     Best Family Adventures: Plan the trip of a lifetime to one of 10 out-of-this-world destinations. 

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  • IN THIS ISSUE: Dirty Jobs: What pro kayakers will do for money; Dream Trips: The best remote, multi-day mountain lake kayak fishing adventure; 2014 Recreational Kayak Buyer’s Guide: How to buy your next rec kayak and the hottest models on the market.

Popular Canoeing Articles

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  • Opinion: There Be Dragons
  • Skill: Night Photography

Latest Canoeing Articles

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  • Paddling and Romance
  • Wenonah Advantage Canoe Review

Canoeing Boats

  • Wenonah Advantage Canoe Review
  • Souris River Quetico 17 Review
  • Buying The Right Canoe
  • Elements of Canoe Design
  • Mad River Expedition Canoe Review

Canoeing Gear

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Canoeing Skills

  • Skill: Tie Down Canoe Essentials
  • Skill: Night Photography
  • Skill: Paddle Your Canoe Silently
  • Install Your Own Wooden Gunwales
  • Skill: Go Ultra-Light

Canoeing Trips

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  • Trips: Grand River, Ontario
  • Trips: Gunnison River, Colorado
  • Trips: Susquehanna River, PA
  • Canoe Routes of the Deep South

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Published in the heart of canoe country, Canoeroots celebrates the rich tradition and heritage of canoeing with the gear, adventure and soul of today’s canoeists. Every issue is loaded with canoes, news, techniques, gear and tips from the very best outdoor writers and photographers. In 2008, we merged Family Camping magazine with articles, stories and product reviews for North America’s largest outdoor audience—camping families. Canoeroots & Family Camping is the best combination to come along since the S’more.

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