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Best Airbnbs For Paddlers

Paddlers beat everyone else when it comes to having a lot of gear, and leaving it everywhere. Boats, skirts, booties, paddles, towels, dry suits and…

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Video: Seymour Canyon Descent

Watch Caleb Roberts take his canoe down Seymour Canyon in North Vancouver, British Columbia - a place that he says hasn't seen a canoe in…

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Standing Waves: Parched

If there was a single Canadian creek to save from the onslaught of hydro developers, this would be it—the Callaghan. It’s the crown jewel of…

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Babine-Skeena Rivers Trip

  Beginning in the Babine Mountains, this trip offers mountain scenery, canyons and wildlife encounters. Put in at Nikitkwa Lake and take out four to…

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Creeking Capital: Terrace, B.C.

In the heart of the Skeena Mountains, 15 hours north of Squamish and 145 kilometres east of Prince Rupert on the lonely Yellowhead Highway, Terrace…

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Drop Steeps on Tatlow Creek

The discovery of Tatlow Creek by Jonavan Moore a few years back rocked the world of creek boaters. Stories of clean waterfalls and soaring, polished…

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Top Summer Class III Creeks

Paddle late into the season with Rapid magazine's top picks for summer creek runs.    BZ CORNER
TO BUCK CREEK, White Salmon River, WA Pacific…

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Best Scenic Whitewater Canyons

These top scenic whitewater canyon picks from Rapid magazine will keep you wondering what's around the next bend.   LOWER CANYONS, Rio Grande, TX This run…

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Kickin' It Old School: 50 Years of the Strathcona Park Lodge

On Vancouver Island's Upper Campbell Lake, an emerald jewel just steps from the doors of Strathcona Park Lodge and Outdoor Education Centre, Brian Creer dipped…

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Six Whitewater Overnights

For your first few trips, plan to run rivers that your guidebook—or another reliable source—indicates have good campsites and portages. Even better, find someone who…

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A Final Descent of the Ashlu

I pile the last creeker atop an already swollen stack of boats, recklessly exceeding the recommended load for my rack. A posse of river runners…

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The North Stein: Steep and Cheap

British Columbia is a tough place to explore. Not because of access, grizzly bears, or deep canyons. No, it's the Germans. It seems as though every…

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Park and Play: Puntledge River B.C.

Sirens usually trigger a flight response in humans—running for shelter from disaster. Conversely when the siren sounds on the Puntledge River, kayakers grab their paddles…

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House Crashing and Steep Creeking in Northern BC

The outdoor play in northwestern B.C. is neverending. In 2001, filmmaker Dustin Knapp came with a crew to Terrace, B.C., chasing rumours of an untouched…

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Park and Play: Thompson River BC

The B.C. Interior is a desert, complete with rattlesnakes and tumbleweeds. Here, the Thompson River is an anomaly—a big-volume thrill ride through the sun-baked heart…

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