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Last Paddle on the Dehcho

Last Paddle on the Dehcho

As we inch our canoe past the safety of an upstream sandbar and into an onslaught of waves, I panic. “I can’t do this! Let’s…

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Soggy feet portage

Tumblehome: Walk the Line

When you’re thigh-deep in muck on some godforsaken height of land, most paddlers would agree that portaging is right up there with toxic sea food…

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Paddle Like it's 1905

Paddle Like it's 1905

Using only turn-of-the-century equipment, Peter Marshall and Andrew Morris set out to retrace a 600-kilometer route through the rugged Canadian province of Labrador last summer.…

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Prospector

How the Prospector Became Canoeing's Most Enduring Design

The bones of countless battered Prospector canoes have rotted to dust on empty shorelines over the last century, but many more have died quietly in…

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Essay: Paddling Puts You In The Right Place

Essay: Paddling Puts You In The Right Place

The muscular river that begins in the Catskill mountains and consigns itself to the Atlantic Ocean has a storied history of paddling. Before it reaches…

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Butt End: The Yuk Yuk Man

Butt End: The Yuk Yuk Man

It wasn’t the shoddy khaki safari suit he was wearing. It wasn’t the matching knock-off Tilley hat. It might have been the rude sexual remarks…

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Recipe for Photographing a Tundra Wolf

Recipe for Photographing a Tundra Wolf

Step 1: Prepare to lose job—set aside Ring hands nervously for 3 weeks Once raw, ask boss for 2.5 months off work Once complete, combine:…

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Kevin Callan tried Glamping.

Butt End: Carry On Glamping

  Imagine waking up to the smell of a cinnamon-spiced double latte, rolling over in your silk-lined sleeping bag and browsing through the latest issue of The…

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Portage from Hell

Butt End: The Masochist's Guide to Portaging

A truly laborious portage isn’t characterized by steepness of grade or total length. It’s what blocks your way that defines how punishing it will be.…

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Morning paddle

Bow Lines: Unforgettable First Love

My first canoe was a junker. A generation older than me, this hand-me-down was just 14 feet long and weighed in at a hefty 80…

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Ontario Tourism / Goh Iromoto

21 Canoe Buying Tips

Looking for that perfect canoe? To meet your match, we break down the elements of canoe design and share tips from the experts so you…

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Solider and Paddler

Tumblehome: War Machine

Locked in Canada’s intellectual property vaults are something in the order of 150 patents having to do with canoes and kayaks, the earliest of which…

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Dumping the bride

Canvas: How To Dump a Bride on Her Wedding Night

This isn’t a scene from a trash-the-dress, post-wedding shoot. “It was a legitimate accident,” says Liam Hennessey, owner of Applehead Studio, and official photographer on…

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