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The Arctic Man

The Arctic Man

The dream began in late February 2007, when I picked up a book at an Inuit art shop. Already having a passion for canoeing and…

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Profile: Canoe Builder Will Meadows

Profile: Canoe Builder Will Meadows

Twelve months, a dozen countries and a nearly lost art learned in each. It was a dream come true for Cincinnati-native WILL MEADOWS. Last year,…

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World's Biggest Paddle

World's Biggest Paddle

Living on a quiet British Columbia highway, 25 kilometers south of Golden, Columbia Wetlands Adventures owner Mark Teasedale wanted to do something unique to help…

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Bannock recipe

Recipe: Best Bush Bannock

Most of us make compromises on our food when tripping in the wilderness. It doesn’t mean we don’t eat well, but we often give up the…

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Nick Offerman makes wood canoes

Why We Love Nick Offerman

Amidst the beautified bombshells and out-of-touch actors of Hollywood Boulevard stands a man who goes against the grain—the wood grain. When Nick Offerman is not…

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hands, maps and wabakimi

Editorial: Mapping Memories

Without a paper map to guide me, my interpretation of a wilderness area looks more like a map from the 16th century. Without satellite precision…

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Tom Thomson

Tom Thomson Mystery

 This article, written by Roy MacGregor about Tom Thomson's mysterious death and the woman who loved him, first appeared in the Summer/Fall issue of Canoeroots. …

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Constellation Lake

Tumblehome: Into the Deep

 This article written by James Raffan about the everlasting attraction of adventure first appeared in the Summer/Fall issue of Canoeroots.    My first real rain…

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There's no app for this.

Call of the Wireless

 This article by Kevin Callan about camping and wilderness WiFi was first published in the Summer/Fall 2014 issue of Canoeroots magazine.    Should campers be…

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The Paddler's 50

The Paddler's 50

1. Petrichor (noun): The smell of earth after rain. No one knows it better than wilderness canoeists. 2. Twelve months, a dozen countries and a nearly…

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Solo Interrupted

Solo Interrupted

This article was first published in the Spring 2008 issue of Canoeroots magazine—get it at the links below.      "… The wilderness was like…

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canoeing on still lake

Vanishing Act

“Are you Tweeting?” It can be a crushing blow to any backcountry experience. Enveloped in sublime solitude, a friend’s phone lets out the cheery chirp,…

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Ghosts of the Fur Trade

Ghosts of the Fur Trade

  Headwaters is a new column about the old ways that appears in Canoeroots magazine.    By 1690, Europeans no longer relied on aboriginal traders…

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