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Solo Paddling in the Yellowstone Backcountry

Solo Paddling in the Yellowstone Backcountry

For a National Park that is crisscrossed with pristine rivers and some very large and deep lakes, there are only a few places where a paddler can venture out for a multi-night ...

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The Saga Continues

The Saga Continues

My wife loves the fall colors and she wanted to see a moose in the wild. Last years trip was 1 portage and 2 nights from East Bearskin to Alder Lake. This year I talked the wife ...

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Sawbill Canoe Outfitters: The family behind the legacy

Sawbill Canoe Outfitters: The family behind the legacy

Bill has been known to say, more than once, that Sawbill is a great place to grow up and a great place to raise kids—that he knows because he’s done both. He spent his first ...

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Ten Years After the Ham Lake Fire: A Forest Regenerates

Ten Years After the Ham Lake Fire: A Forest Regenerates

Ten years ago last May, an out of control campfire off the Gunflint Trail grew into a wildfire that burned 75,851 acres, a little less than half in Minnesota and the rest in ...

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Wabakimi Trek

Wabakimi Trek

Trip Log: "This was my first exposure to paddling north of Quetico Provincial Park and I was hooked. I have been fortunate to be able to come back to that area Northwest Ontario ...

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The Northwest Wilderness Quest

The Northwest Wilderness Quest

Camp in each of three parks and enter to win a Souris River Canoe or handcrafted canoe paddle! Need a reason to visit some of the most beautiful canoe country in the world? ...

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Meet the 2015 Canoeing.com Contest Winner

Meet the 2015 Canoeing.com Contest Winner

The Follow-up to Our 2015 Fully Outfitted Trip to the Boundary Waters Giveaway At the Midwest Mountaineering Outdoor Adventure Expo, Alan Wenker entered a contest to win ...

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Lila Traverse—Testing the Legal Waters in the Adirondacks

Lila Traverse—Testing the Legal Waters in the Adirondacks

by Phil Brown If you love paddling in the Adirondacks, you put up with the portages. You might even come to regard sore shoulders, scratched shins, and blistered feet as badges ...

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Janice Matichuk: Quetico Ranger and Ambassador to the Wilderness

Janice Matichuk: Quetico Ranger and Ambassador to the Wilderness

    When Janice Matichuk accepted the position of Interior Park Ranger for Quetico Provincial Park in 1985, her daughter was five months old. The Cache Bay ...

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Canoeing the Quetico: One Portage to Wilderness

Canoeing the Quetico: One Portage to Wilderness

The temperature was dropping quickly, wind was whipping in from the southwest, and the sky was looking ominous. The forecast had been right—we were in for a big storm. Time to ...

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