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Celebrating the Oberholtzer-Magee 1912 Journey to Hudson Bay

Celebrating the Oberholtzer-Magee 1912 Journey to Hudson Bay

One hundred years ago, wilderness activist Ernest Oberholtzer and Billy Magee, his Ojibwe canoeing partner and friend, paddled and portaged over 2,000 miles from The Pas, ...

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Making Your Own Canoe Route Maps

Making Your Own Canoe Route Maps

Making your own maps is a great way to be more involved in route planning and it improves your understanding of maps. You can spend time during the cold weather months with online ...

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From Rails to Whales: An 1,800 Mile, 86 Day Journey by Canoe from the Rocky Mountains to Hudson Bay

From Rails to Whales: An 1,800 Mile, 86 Day Journey by Canoe from the Rocky Mountains to Hudson Bay

Having fun and running with an empty boat. Adam in stern, Ryan in bow. Birch Rapids, Saskatchewan. Photo by Jake. By Adam Maxwell View 8riversnorth's profile on EveryTrail ...

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Canoeing the Quetico: Living the Experience

Canoeing the Quetico: Living the Experience

French/ Pickerel/ Sturgeon/ Quetico/ Cirrus/ Beaverhouse Shuttle Route - Fall 2008 I was first introduced to the mysteries of the Quetico Park in 1969 at the age of 16 on a ...

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Old Meets New

Old Meets New

One paddler decides to take Spot technology on a solo canoe trip.

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2,700 Miles and Counting

2,700 Miles and Counting

By Charlie Mahler, Contributor Previously, Canoeing News noted Jason Bivin’s epic trip on which he attempted to hike the length of the Appalachian Trail and paddle all of the ...

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An Expedition Across the Arctic Divide: Four Rivers, One Month

An Expedition Across the Arctic Divide: Four Rivers, One Month

"So what was the best moment on your arctic expedition?" A friend posed this question to me shortly after I had returned from Nunavut. Full of adrenaline from driving 2500 miles ...

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Women in the Wilderness “We can do it. We can do it without a guide.”

Women in the Wilderness “We can do it. We can do it without a guide.”

It started with a dare in 1986. Seven female volunteers at a nature center thirty miles northwest of Milwaukee were contemplating signing up for a guided BWCAW trip. And then one ...

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Quetico Solitaire

Quetico Solitaire

I’m four days into my weeklong solo trip into the Quetico and 48-plus hours into a stretch where I haven’t seen another soul.  It’s mid-July.  I’m paddling through an expanse of ...

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Down a Dead Man’s River

Down a Dead Man’s River

Fifty years after Art Moffatt’s death on the Dubawnt River – a canoeing tragedy that still echoes in the minds of today’s barren land paddlers – Che-Mun tracked down the first men ...

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