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Tripping canoes provide the ultimate in paddling freedom. We tested four of the best multi-day boats to discover the ideal vehicle for your next dream adventure.


YOUR NEXT EXPEDITION RIDE


Merriam Webster defines an expedition as a journey by a group of people for a specific purpose, either to explore a distant place or to do research. Well, Merriam, you don’t know the half of it. Modern canoe expeditions are about much more than field research or geological surveying—at the heart of modern day tripping is the camaraderie amongst trip mates, personal discovery and challenge, or simply finding solace from a world gone mad. Whatever you’re reasons for embarking on a trip of a lifetime, you’ll need a boat that can meet the demands of a


lengthy trips through tough terrain. Whether you’re looking for a canoe to portage for miles, box up inside a bush plane, take on northern river rapids or carry the kids and family hound into the best family vacation ever, we’ve got a field tested recommendation for you. —Canoeroots Staff


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