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Surreal scenery in the Tahoe region

Traverse The Lake Tahoe Water Trail

Tahoe isn’t just for getting pampered after a windfall in Reno. The Lake Tahoe Water Trail is a 72-mile route around the shoreline of the…

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Getting ready to go canoeing, Temagami, Ontario.

Travel The Temagami Wilderness By Canoe

You’ll find some of the province’s highest ridgelines and oldest forests in this swath of quintessential canoe country. Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park is at the…

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Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

Paddling in Voyageurs National Park

Hundreds of years ago, lakes and rivers were the only highways and the area now known as Voyageurs National Park was at the heart of…

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Kenai River, Alaska

Exploring Alaska's Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Canoe System

Brazen trippers can get the full northern experience without risking whitewater in this 1.3-millon- acre park, located about 150 miles south of Anchorage. Fish for…

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Kayaking in the Everglades, Florida

Paddling Florida's Everglades

Tropical hardwood hammocks, exotic birdwatching, alligator spotting and meandering mangroves make the Everglades a bucket-listworthy paddling paradise. Move from freshwater streams to brackish bays...

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Bowren Lakes Canoe Circuit, British Colombia

Paddle Through Central BC's Cariboo Mountains

Named after a gold rush pioneer and located in the Cariboo Mountains of central B.C.’s Rockies, the Bowron is known around the world for its…

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St. Regis Canoe Area, New York

Weekend Getaway: St. Regis Canoe Area

The Adirondacks have a rich history of pack canoes—the small boats used to explore the endless lakes and rivers of northern New York. St. Regis…

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Dog friendly paddling routes

K-9 Canoeing Trips

  Don’t leave your best friend at home when you paddle—your pooch is ready to take the plunge. Whether it’s protection against marauding chipmunks, a snuggly tent mate…

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Travelling weather.

Paddling in Papineau-Labelle

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Papineau-Labelle is known to some as Quebec’s Adirondacks. Though it’s not as mountainous as the ‘Dacks, ...

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Fish beware.

Alberta's Best Backcountry Canoeing

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Lakeland is a wildland getaway on the edge of the boreal forest that’s home to Alberta’s best…

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Muskoka, minus the movie stars.

Gibson River Getaway

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Clean water, dark night skies, swimming under a 15-metre waterfall, ancient pine forests (we won’t mention ra...

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Rocky Mountain paddling.

Columbia Lake Canoeing

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Columbia Lake glows like a blue-green glacial jewel set in the Rocky Mountain Trench. The 14-kilometre-long eas...

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Boundary Waters bounty.

Minnesota Weekend Escape

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Yes, you can find weekend solitude in the Boundary Waters canoe area. Just portage into
a dead-end…

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