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Editorial: Land Before Time

The world’s very first trails are found in a cave on Mistaken Point in Newfoundland. In keeping with the sentiments of those who named the…

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Why You Need To Paddle In The Morning

Every morning, along your local shoreline, some brave soul is pioneering the day. Cooking up miles for breakfast is a powerful way to start the…

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Boat Review: Old Town Canoes Discovery 169

Nestled amongst the carbon fiber hulls, sleek silhouettes and gorgeous cherry wood trims in the Canoeroots garage, the Discovery 169 stands alone. It’s a little thicker…

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Boat Review: Trailhead Canoe Regen 17

Trailhead has a long history of providing the ideal canoe for northern river expeditions. Since 1976, the Ottawa-based retail shop has produced their own canoes,…

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All The Gear You Need in a 44 Pound Kit

Your canoe is undoubtedly your heaviest piece of gear and offers the biggest opportunity for weight savings. Carbon and aramid models now boast weights in…

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The Iconic Red Canoe

Which came first: Bill Mason or the popularity of red canoes? Hard to say for sure, but the iconic red canoe has since been co-opted…

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Gear of the Dog

NITEDAWG BY NITEIZE Keep track of your gear hound at night with the NiteDawg LED collar by NiteIze. The bright LED illuminates along its entire…

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15 Camping Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

Family camping trips are all about making s’mores and singing Neil Diamond’s ultra-classic “Sweet Caroline” around the campfire, right? We certainly hope so. Not everything…

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Gear: Canoe Storage Secrets

When you bring home a new boat, where do you put it? Leaving it on the soggy lawn to collect mold and earwigs isn’t any…

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Betcha Didn't Know About Wolves

Wolves don’t make good pets. Unlike your sit-for-a-treat schnauzer whose ancestors came to the fire about 25,000 years ago, wolves have survived thanks only to…

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Boat Review: Clipper Canoes Jensen 18

It started out a bit like an online date. I was looking for a speedy, stable and competitive canoe. About 18 feet long, not too…

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The Gear You Want

Each year, Americans spends $120 billion on outdoor recreation products and services, according to the Outdoor Industry Association. That’s a whole lot of awesome new…

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What To Do When An Elephant Charges Your Canoe

What would you do if a 6,000-pound angry bull elephant charged your canoe? If you’re National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Beverly Joubert, you hunker down and keep…

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Editorial: How To Make Your Paddling Dreams Come True

Next time you’re out on a clear, moonless night, look up. In the darkest skies of wilderness areas across North America, Yale University astronomers estimate…

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Ben Stookesberry's Reflections On A Failed Myanmar Expedition

A first descent, source to sea on a river considered one of the cradles of civilization. Paddling the raging headwaters of Myanmar’s Irawaddy River down…

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