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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 5th, 2017

Jami Philip, 42, an Assistant City Clerk in Scandia, Minnesota, loves her Souris River Quetico 17. It’s big enough for two paddlers and her 60-pound dog, but it’s still responsive and light enough for solo wilderness paddling. Philip often paddles the Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoe Area with her niece. One spring, a cold rain pelted The post Rides: Jami Philip’s Souris River Quetico 17 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 5th, 2017

Joel Kowalski looks at the first, but unrunnable, rapid on the Sept Chutes section outside of Quebec City, QC. David Jackson exploredavidjackson.com @davidjackson__ “I grew up a little different than most,” says Ontario freelance photographer David Jackson. “From the time I could move, I mused in the vast open, found refugee in the great alone The post Photo of the Day | David Jackson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 5th, 2017

By Paul McHugh 400 miles in 40 days! I did stick an exclamation point there, yet in truth, for a veteran sea kayaker, a voyage like that shouldn’t necessarily be considered a huge deal. One dose of extra challenge is added, however, if your route traverses California’s rugged North Coast. My route stretched from Oregon’s The post Lessons Learned: Harvest from a 400-mile sea kayak voyage appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 4th, 2017

By Bill Vonnegut Rocks in coastal environments are often very sharp and covered with barnacles, which is problematic when you have to launch a kayak from them. There are many ways to launch a kayak from a rock, but many of them result in damage to the boat or require a rock with a specific The post Intro to Rock Gardening: Low Abrasion Rock Launch appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 4th, 2017

Kristen Peterson on Lake Superior explores a rocky shoreline on Minnesota North Shore at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. Aaron Peterson aaronpeterson.net @aaronpetersonphoto Just as Aaron Peterson points out that Lake Superior “is the dominant feature of the Upper Midwest and defines our weather and culture,” the Big Lake’s rugged and desolate shores have also The post Photo of the Day | Aaron Peterson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 4th, 2017

During breakfast, in a hotel overlooking Norfork Lake in the Arkansas Ozarks, vets and volunteers sipped coffee and munched bagels while conversations filled the room. Near the door, a circle of folks laughed about the “carnage” at last year’s Paddlefest, when one day on the Buffalo River saw a dozen flips. “I’ve been swimming laps The post Paddling Arkansas’ Buffalo River with Wounded Veterans appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 3rd, 2017

Stu Robbins, Wigwam River, Fernie, BC Ryan Creary ryancreary.com @ryancreary After getting a taste for paddling during his university semesters in Ontario and summers spent guiding sea kayak trips back home in New Brunswick, Ryan Creary headed west to the Canadian Rockies, got a Dagger RPM, and never looked back, committing to photographing mountain sports The post Photo of the Day | Ryan Creary appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 3rd, 2017

Hurricane, T-Slalom, Tornado and Invader ring a bell? Paddlers who got their start paddling iconic Prijon kayaks from Germany owe it to Prijon founder Anton Prijon, who passed away on Dec. 30, 2016, leaving a long paddlesports legacy. According to a story posted by the European Canoe Association, Toni Prijon was born in 1929 in The post RIP Toni Prijon appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 2nd, 2017

Journal entries from a three-month, 2,000-mile canoe odyssey from the source on the Yukon to the Bering SeaStory by Ian FinchPhotos by Jay KolschDay 1 – IN SEARCH OF THE SOURCE“Some areas are poems of geology, so beautiful they defy words.” As my hands frantically scribbled these words with a half broken pencil, the floatplane violently jolted sideways from the uprush of turbulence. The mountains of British Columbia, set green and fractured below us, harboured the multiple sources of the Yukon The post Pull of The North appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 2nd, 2017

Liam “Agent Stryder” Fourier, 20, is an up-and-coming name in the world of whitewater paddling and filmmaking. An attendee of World Class Academy kayak school, Fourier interned with Rush Sturges a few years ago to learn the tricks of both trades. Our Week in Review video curator Kai Myers sat down with Fourier recently to The post Watch: Granite Babylon appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

Follow three friends out of the great white north on a pilgrimage south of the border to a land once thought lost to draught. CA...

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