PakCanoe Adventures
Usumacinta River on the Mexico-Guatemala Border Print E-mail

Our trip was to determine how the Maya navigated the canyon-bound river in the Classic period 1000 years ago, and we did......Then there is the low point: being robbed by Mexican banditos in the middle of the night.

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Scandinavian paddling adventure by Rolf and Debra Kraiker Print E-mail

I found my dream trip on the other side of the Atlantic in a land steeped in the folklore of Vikings, ruled by trolls and bathed in the midnight sun.

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Paddling off Vancouver Island Print E-mail

We had fun running with tidal currents in places like "hole in the Wall" and "Surge Narrows"... similar to class II river rapids, but with boils, whirlpools and eddies instead of Haystacks and pillows.

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Dubawnt River, Canada by Folding Canoe Print E-mail

...we decided on the Dubawnt River. It is long and remote. It flows through forest and tundra, and it has both whitewater and big lakes. And there were rumors of fantastic fishing.

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Snake River, Yukon Print E-mail

 We literally trashed a Royalex Dagger Legend. The bow split open in several places. One Royalex Dagger Venture showed considerable abuse too - deep gouges and cuts....

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Thomsen River, Banks Island by PakCanoe Print E-mail

Located in the north east corner of Banks Island and predominately within Canada's Aulavik National Park, the Thomsen is one of the world's most northerly navigable rivers. 

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Yukon River by PakCanoe Print E-mail

But the boats proved themselves to be fast, stable, capable of handling big loads, dry in waves, and remarkably tough.  

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PakCanoe on the Soper River, Nunavut Print E-mail

 Pat and I and the two kids (4 and 6) spent 12 days paddling on the Soper River on Baffin Island from Mt Joy to Kimmirut.

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Ingraham Trail by PakCanoe Print E-mail

 On this year's summer jaunt to the NWT we took along the new portage yoke for our 170. Good thing. The various canoe routes of the Ingraham Trail out of Yellowknife nearly all involve portages.

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Backpacker Magazine on the PakCanoe Print E-mail

 This portable boat is great for folks drawn to blank spaces on the map.

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