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Basecamp: Support DadCamping

Basecamp: Support DadCamping

 By now you’ve surely heard of glamping—the upscale version of camping derived from the oxymoron, glamorous camping. What started as tabloid celebrities bringing the luxuries…

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Tumblehome: Small Miracles

Tumblehome: Small Miracles

 Ah, les voyageurs, short on height but legendarily long on suffering and strength. What of those happy-go-lucky little gnomes chansoning across the country, paddling 60…

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Celebrating Canoe Beer

Celebrating Canoe Beer

 Suds and strokes have long been linked through time, much like coffee and donuts. The first canoeing brew however was God-awful trail-made bière d’epinette—a spruce…

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Alice and Dan Clark completed a 100 day paddle to the Arctic...with toddlers

Have Kids, Will Paddle

While most paddling families dream about weekends or a blessed week of family adventure, Dan Clark and Alice Young Clark are busy mapping the put-ins…

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Publisher Scott MacGregor and his family got a chance to travel back in time recently

Base Camp: Time Traveler

A couple minutes from our home there’s a small lake with a muddy, weedy beach. The locals call it Leech Beach. There aren’t too many…

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Kevin Callan on why canoeists are already prepped for the zombie invasion

Apocalypse Maybe

It all started with one off-hand remark about how paddlers are more prepared for a zombie apocalypse than the general public. After that, every major…

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No more excuses, hit the trail this weekend for a quick overnighter

Editorial: The Three-Day Revival

I’m only a little embarrassed to admit it. I get out far less than I’d like, spend far more time on three-day trips than 30-day…

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Family camping.

Family Camping Gambling

 Earlier this summer I flew in and out of Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport to attend the fishing industry tradeshow I was covering for Kayak…

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Seven reasons to keep your little ones up late

Little Explorers: Seeing Stars

The dark skies of the wilderness are perfect for stargazing. Most campers stare up at the night sky in awe, but aren’t exactly sure what…

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Wifi shouldn't influence where you camp

Base Camp: Camping, Unplugged

Ivy wandered into our courtyard, plastic buckets and shovels in hand. “May I play?” We set her up east of our castle on an adjoining…

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The healing powers of paddling

Butt End: The Healing Powers Of Paddling

A couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with benign positional vertigo. Its effect is a sudden spinning sensation similar to walking off the Tilt-a-Whirl…

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Portage hello

Butt End: Backcountry Snobbery

The problem with ignoring others while traveling remote wilderness areas, besides being characterized as brash and unmannerly, is that you never know if you’ll need help later...

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The perks of backcountry adventure

Elemental: No Pain, No Gain

There was one moment in each of my favorite trips where I stopped and thought to myself, “What the hell am I doing here?” It’s happened on a…

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